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    WRUW this Thursday the 14th of December.

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    Once in awhile you get shown the light in the strangest of places if you look at it right.

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    Raymond Weil World Timer in all black today

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    Thanks for the clean up, mods

    IWC today. Along with yesterday's Polaris, one of my favorites and it shows on both watches.



    No work today, finishing Christmas decorations and meeting with a builder to start planning a large shed for storage at the new house.

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    A friend stopped yesterday and we were messing with some watches. (Duros, GShocks, etc. )

    Left his spring bar tool. lol


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    I like the watches you post that are different and not a mashup of several other brand elements. This case is very cool and the dial make up yields a readable watch. Debating if polished SS numbers or rodium would be more readable and aesthetically pleasing over the gold?
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    Michael

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