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Offline missalaire

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Re: Post your watch!
« Reply #900 on: Sun, 07 February 2021, 21:33:19 »
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Offline funkmon

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« Reply #901 on: Fri, 12 February 2021, 22:45:32 »
Another Dufrane Bergstrom, this one in bronze and white.


Offline Tactile

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« Reply #902 on: Sat, 13 February 2021, 14:23:46 »
My newest. A British military watch still made by the same company as when these were issued in the 1980's.
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Offline atarione

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« Reply #903 on: Thu, 18 February 2021, 17:38:01 »
I just got this Seiko SPB105 I'm liking it quite a lot..
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Offline funkmon

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Re: Post your watch!
« Reply #904 on: Mon, 22 February 2021, 11:01:06 »


I bought this watch of some internet guy and it's dead nuts on accurate, but even when I wear it all day it seems to die overnight. If I wind it it lasts the normal length of time unworn. What's up with that you guys?

Offline nmur

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Re: Post your watch!
« Reply #905 on: Mon, 22 February 2021, 17:15:41 »
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I bought this watch of some internet guy and it's dead nuts on accurate, but even when I wear it all day it seems to die overnight. If I wind it it lasts the normal length of time unworn. What's up with that you guys?

Could be due for a service? Do you know when (or if) it was serviced last?

Offline funkmon

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Re: Post your watch!
« Reply #906 on: Tue, 23 February 2021, 08:43:28 »
The claim is very recently, and it makes sense, because, again, it's really good and really consistent. It did go overnight last night though, so I don't know. ****'s weird man.

Offline hvontres

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Re: Post your watch!
« Reply #907 on: Fri, 26 February 2021, 22:53:10 »
Stumbled on this thread and decided to dip my toes into watches. I figured I'd start off easy and picked up three "Indian Refurb" Citizen watches off ebay.
At under $20 a piece, they should be a fun way to get into modding and playing with mechanical movements.

As a shouthpaw, I am really enjoying the 4 o'clock crown on this one:


I'm probably going to swap the green dial into the round housing with the nato strap. The gold dial is a little annoying in that someone decided to put three hash marks between the numbers, not four.... But I already have some parts coming in to turn that movement into a 42mm pilot watch... This is almost as much fun as keyboards.
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Offline missalaire

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Re: Post your watch!
« Reply #908 on: Mon, 01 March 2021, 21:05:45 »
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I bought this watch of some internet guy and it's dead nuts on accurate, but even when I wear it all day it seems to die overnight. If I wind it it lasts the normal length of time unworn. What's up with that you guys?

Have you taken the watch to a jeweler to get it authenticated? Since it appears to be a Rolex Milgauss.

I'd also second looking into getting it serviced.
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