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    WRUW Saturday 3rd. February

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    Waiting to meet mother to go see some degas. Unfortunately the trains in this country are utterly, utterly shit so she might be a while. God damn I hate England. Name:  20240203_142150.jpg
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    Forest hike with Suunto.

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    End-of-the-week night out with the wife last night.

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    I donít wear this watch solely to annoy @Raza. Not solely.

    BTW, Raza, on the micro-rotor movement point, this watch has one, and Iíve never had an issue with it running out of gas. However, it does need about 30% more turns per day on the winder than other watches. Although it does, after all, have a number of complications that require more power than a watch without them.




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    Quote Originally Posted by mlcor View Post
    I donít wear this watch solely to annoy @Raza. Not solely.

    BTW, Raza, on the micro-rotor movement point, this watch has one, and Iíve never had an issue with it running out of gas. However, it does need about 30% more turns per day on the winder than other watches. Although it does, after all, have a number of complications that require more power than a watch without them.




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    This is like The Grail. Would I wear an APRO more? Yes, but this is top drawer. Raza is the most contrarian person I've ever met, ignore him (I'm sure you already do).
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    Quote Originally Posted by geoffbot View Post
    This is like The Grail. Would I wear an APRO more? Yes, but this is top drawer. Raza is the most contrarian person I've ever met, ignore him (I'm sure you already do).
    Iíd never ignore him, that would spoil all the fun. Plus heís a good egg.


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    Signum Sollus last night for dinner with friends.

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    Venezianico Ultrablack on a custom ultra matte gator strap, today.

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    Moray GMT today

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    Air-King 5500 from 1978

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    Too many watches, not enough wrists.

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