WURW Sunday 11.07.2021

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WURW Sunday 11.07.2021

Post by Thunder1 » November 7th 2021, 7:24am

Starting the day off w/ a chrono..
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And a Steiny Ocean 1 'Comex' for later this afternoon/evening..
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Re: WURW Sunday 11.07.2021

Post by koimaster » November 7th 2021, 1:16pm

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Re: WURW Sunday 11.07.2021

Post by Nuvolari » November 7th 2021, 9:38pm

Went with something a little funkier for afternoon and evening:

I don’t drink much these days… however, when I do - I completely understand how enthusiasts of Rombauer wine are always yammering on about how an ‘open bottle’ is an ‘empty bottle’….

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The lighting is sufficiently crappy that the image does not reveal how the completely atrocious Hardened Whipping Mule “leather” band Orient originally provided has now been replaced with a suede band to match the hippy vibe of the rotary time display. IMHO, YMMV, YOLO, RSVP.

You can kind of see the more plush and comfortable look of the suede band JonnyT of JStraps made to my pestering spec.

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If you wear this only a couple of times a year, it is likely it may take you up to 5 to 7 seconds to figure out what the hell is going on with the time display.
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