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What’s under my sleeve?

I appreciate the thinness if this watch. It does look larger on the bracelet compared to leather the strap. I like the clasp with the classic C logo.
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By: jomni1
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T Time!

This old friend had not seen the light of day for a long time. I must admit it's strong character is still most impressive.
20m
By: Michel001
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I have a few in my collection that I consider better and have quite a strict 39-41mm rule but

there is something special that brings a smile to my face when I strap this on my wrist and stare at it of a morning
22m
By: Onemorewatch
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L.U.C 1963 Chrono in the Wild

Dear forumners, During my sojourn "offline" in the wild, I intermittently get connected. I trekked and tracked a wee, timorous black beastie yesterday amongst the foliage….. L.U.C 1963 Chrono Purists Edition In the dappled sunlight and peeking coyly amongst the tropical ferns was a veritable masterp
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By: MTF
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My fathers SEIKO

A 70’s wristwatch that continues running strong after this years service! I will put the original bracelet for a little but I want a new bracelet (maybe a mesh!!??) to protect the original one!
4h
By: Charilaos
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renerod
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Full Tank :)

28B series transitional, meaning B series with A series features. No one knows the exact number for sure, but about 15 - 20 of these popped up in the B series, all in 7xx/1000 range. All other B series 28's have the Luminova dial and leaf indicator.
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By: bonovox303
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Moser Concept Tourbillion

Hi again, I’m considering a WG, Blue Fume dial Moser Concept Tourbillion, 1 of 20. Does anyone have one and it is worth the $68,000 MSRP? Thanks for your help...Jim
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By: GreatPilot@me.com
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Old strap/new strap Moser Concept Green Fume

Hello everyone, I just put on the brown woven strap in the last two pictures replacing the gray strap (first picture). I love it and would love to get your opinions...Jim
5h
By: GreatPilot@me.com
1
Watchonthewrist
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An old photo of a watch which generated passionated discussions: Jaeger Lecoultre Tribute to Geophysic Steel.

4 years, already, and a lot was written on that watch, which is a very cool one, despite the objections of the Geophysic fans about its automatic movement. But at least its movement was accurately adjusted, and it doesn't lack charm! Here is one of the pictures I took at the manufacture, for the cov
5h
By: amanico
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