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    Miles McKinney Funky Friday, October the 7th 2022.

    Happy Friday everyone, here's my lot. P.S. It turns out I had an all Rado week.

    Saturday. Scott's first green machine



    Sunday, A bit of interest in these over the last day or so.



    Monday , the Aubergine Balboa.



    Esonic Tuesday



    Favourite Diastar on Wednesday



    Yesterday, this watch is about as far away from Manhattan as you can get.



    and a bit more funk for Friday, have a great weekend all.

    Last edited by Tim.; Oct 7, 2022 at 06:30 AM.

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    Fantastic week mate.
    An honourable mention for the DS40 and NCC303 but I can't pass this wonderful pic.

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    Unfortunately, with family issues, changing watches has been far from my mind so I've worn the same one all week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottjc View Post
    Fantastic week mate.
    An honourable mention for the DS40 and NCC303 but I can't pass this wonderful pic.





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    Cheers mate, here's hoping you all come through whatever it is okay and, if you're only going to wear one watch, it's a mighty fine watch to wear.


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    I wore a mixed bag this week and pictures of filthy bracelets convinced me to run the utrasonic cleaner.

    I wore the Accustar a lot (its grown on me wonderfully)
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    A funky Baaz - a homegrown 70s NZ watch assembled from Swiss parts
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    A 1916 Trench Watch. I know a lot about the owner and oh what a story…
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    A red blooded Berg
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    A beaten up Rothorn
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    Quote Originally Posted by sladew View Post
    I wore a mixed bag this week and pictures of filthy bracelets convinced me to run the utrasonic cleaner.

    I wore the Accustar a lot (its grown on me wonderfully)
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    A 1916 Trench Watch. I know a lot about the owner and oh what a story…
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    Wow, that's quite some variety this week Slade. I'm going with the Accustar and I'd be very interested to hear the story of that trench watch some time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim. View Post
    Happy Friday everyone, here's my lot. P.S. It turns out I had an all Rado week.

    Yesterday, this watch is about as far away from Manhattan as you can get.


    Nice to see a Manhattan out and about.
    Solve all your doubts through question mode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottjc View Post
    Unfortunately, with family issues, changing watches has been far from my mind so I've worn the same one all week.

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    Pretty good choice fot just one watch. Hoping for some positive news for you and yours.
    Solve all your doubts through question mode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sladew View Post
    I wore a mixed bag this week and pictures of filthy bracelets convinced me to run the utrasonic cleaner.



    A beaten up Rothorn
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    Always happy to see another Rothorn, beaten up or not.
    Solve all your doubts through question mode.

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    My wrist is more or less back to normal size. Awaiting an Ultrasound to find out why the hand is still swollen. Wristy size hasallowed me to include things on straps with pin buckles and some of my two piece bracelets.

    First gen Starliner hand wind.

    P5032557 by Hank Blanc, on Flickr

    Armand Nocolet L-10

    PB250206 by Hank Blanc, on Flickr

    The blue QuartzTiki on rubber.

    PC050179 by Hank Blanc, on Flickr

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    PA220155a by Hank Blanc, on Flickr

    CC MK II

    P1073320 copy copy2 by Hank Blanc, on Flickr
    Solve all your doubts through question mode.

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