WURW Saturday 06.29.2024

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Thunder1
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WURW Saturday 06.29.2024

Post by Thunder1 » June 29th 2024, 2:58am

A 1911 BTR Perpetual Calendar for most of the day today...
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For timing the grilling of some 'chops & 'burgers later this afternoon...
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Ebels are a lot like women that lack a low cut dress that zips up the side...neither get the love that they deserve...
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Re: WURW Saturday 06.29.2024

Post by AlbertaTime » June 29th 2024, 6:37pm

WISenheimer wrote:
June 29th 2024, 6:32pm
IMG_3422.jpeg
That's a great looking watch.
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Re: WURW Saturday 06.29.2024

Post by WISenheimer » June 29th 2024, 8:27pm

AlbertaTime wrote:
June 29th 2024, 6:37pm
WISenheimer wrote:
June 29th 2024, 6:32pm
IMG_3422.jpeg
That's a great looking watch.
Yeah, Seiko did a great job on this one imo. Just a super low drama daily wearer tool watch. Has become my one watch collection in recent months. Comfy on the wrist as well and consistently running at +2.6 SPD.
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Re: WURW Saturday 06.29.2024

Post by smellody » June 29th 2024, 9:36pm

WISenheimer wrote:
June 29th 2024, 8:27pm
AlbertaTime wrote:
June 29th 2024, 6:37pm
WISenheimer wrote:
June 29th 2024, 6:32pm
IMG_3422.jpeg
That's a great looking watch.
Yeah, Seiko did a great job on this one imo. Just a super low drama daily wearer tool watch. Has become my one watch collection in recent months. Comfy on the wrist as well and consistently running at +2.6 SPD.
Nice!
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