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    Quote Originally Posted by DJW GB View Post
    Tritium tubes?

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    yeah 2009 model so not the greatest lume now but still enough to see

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJW GB View Post
    Looks great easy to read with my tired eyes.

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    the head was not to bad just a good clean polish new battery the bracelet was in like four /five pieces but the end result is fair for a work watch type watch
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    venus, passion's rockets ,sets afire gentle hearts that music doth inspire,
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    leading them to love the sweetest way.

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    had a few fix and flip lots ,

    had a good one with a dw9052 , thought a good one with a mwc w10, and modaine in put they ant sold.. the stop watch and double cheapo watches in it have but yeah the two thought was good buys are yet to be offer on had the luminox but that was always going to be a fix and keep ,

    got a auto batman timex coming in needs work on the crystal .

    then a really tat lot of digital but looks like it has a timex T5421 in it plus possible a TW5M01300 and maybe at a push a tk520 but think got that one wrong looking at a closer saved pic so think to good one IF straps are good on them if not be a total bust

    venus, passion's rockets ,sets afire gentle hearts that music doth inspire,
    through the joys of dance and last play
    leading them to love the sweetest way.

    https://emgwatches.com/
    http://www.instagram.com/iyonk_strap/
    Blanchy Talks Watches

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    Afternoon my two grandkids birthday's coming up Gabriella 18 and Corey 15 will have stick something good in with their cards Their mother is still working down in Sheffield so won't see her on Wednesday, anyway had a quiet time recently wearing my Seamaster GMT today and listening to Pink Floyd on my reel to reel Name:  IMG20221003162839.jpg
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    hey

    yeah quiet one here too

    venus, passion's rockets ,sets afire gentle hearts that music doth inspire,
    through the joys of dance and last play
    leading them to love the sweetest way.

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    http://www.instagram.com/iyonk_strap/
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    Only want to keep one, can't decide! Wearing the right one today
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    Quote Originally Posted by sharkyfisher View Post
    Only want to keep one, can't decide! Wearing the right one today
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    right as larger

    venus, passion's rockets ,sets afire gentle hearts that music doth inspire,
    through the joys of dance and last play
    leading them to love the sweetest way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by is that my watch View Post
    right as larger
    left 42mm, right is 44mm, but it is my fave I think



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    well get rid of the the one on the right then

    venus, passion's rockets ,sets afire gentle hearts that music doth inspire,
    through the joys of dance and last play
    leading them to love the sweetest way.

    https://emgwatches.com/
    http://www.instagram.com/iyonk_strap/
    Blanchy Talks Watches

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    well this one polished up fair

    and some of the others been wearing of late
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    venus, passion's rockets ,sets afire gentle hearts that music doth inspire,
    through the joys of dance and last play
    leading them to love the sweetest way.

    https://emgwatches.com/
    http://www.instagram.com/iyonk_strap/
    Blanchy Talks Watches

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