How Bad Can It Be? Part 5--Orient!

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Re: How Bad Can It Be? Part 5--Orient!

Post by conjurer » September 10th 2012, 6:26am

eddiea wrote:Nice review , solid and most likely, maintenance free for the next 30 years, good catch.....!


Thanks, Eddie! You bring up a good point; I can sell off the rest of my collection except for this one, put a Spiedel Twist-o-flex on it, and I'll be good to go at the retirement home's buffet. And, when I have my massive coronary event, the EMS guys won't steal the thing from my wrist as they take me to the morgue!
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Re: How Bad Can It Be? Part 5--Orient!

Post by NorthCountry » September 16th 2012, 11:56am

conjurer wrote:
fatman wrote:Nice review John. It is a nice classic looking watch. Too bad It only has one time knob. That's the deal killer for me. I would pay a bit more for more time knobs.


You are, as usual, Matt, totally correct. A watch with only one time knob is barely cause for comment. The time knob on this one, however, is very beautiful--almost as beautiful as Susan Boyle's hirsute groin-hole.

Thanks for the kind words.




almost as beautiful as Susan Boyle's hirsute groin-hole.




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