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    Miles McKinney Funky Friday November the 3rd 2023.

    Happy Friday Radoistes, here's the watches that kept my time this week.









    Diastar XL today, have a great weekend everyone.


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    Scheidegg wins the week for me.

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    Just this simple little thing for me today.

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    Just this simple little thing for me today.

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    Hmmm....quite complicated for a simple little thing me thinks.

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    My funky Friday watch is bronze...nice to see your lovely blue example, Tim!
    I've put mine back on the OEM strap:

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottjc View Post
    Just this simple little thing for me today...

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    LOL...the least simple of all Rado watches (with the possible exception of the DS54 Alarm)!

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    Quote Originally Posted by watch carefully View Post
    LOL...the least simple of all Rado watches (with the possible exception of the DS54 Alarm)!
    I could dig one of those out next week, if you would prefer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim. View Post







    Pretty stellar week again Tim. I could easily pick at least three of your chocies, but I am going for the lugless cushion case and the green dial.
    Solve all your doubts through question mode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottjc View Post
    Just this simple little thing for me today.

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    Neither simple nor particularly little, but awfully nice nonetheless.
    Solve all your doubts through question mode.

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    My week.

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    Solve all your doubts through question mode.

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