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Horological Meandering: really like the dial and the pushers

I wonder how thick it will be though? Some of the earlier Longines have been 14mm thick, which is too thick for me
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Horological Meandering: Oooooh nice!

I have but a few vintage watch boxes, 3-4 at most but these look nice
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Horological Meandering: Time to switch to vintage!

Usually no boxes, but if there are boxes, they’re much smaller
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WristScan: Thank you Jurry!

And big big congrats to all winners, and I would 101% agree that the playful Joker is the standout watch winner for this week!
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Seiko: I totally agree as the owner of a SKX007 and 009

Rock solid, works on rubber, NATO, or bracelet, and often runs more accurately than the specs say... mine run /- 10-12 sec, which is fine with me. And easy to modify as well - got mine modded to kanji wheel, AR crystal, and some patina for a vintage vibe.
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Seiko: I’ve been sitting on the fence about this as I’ve just gotten a SRPD76

But viewing your pictures has stoked the flames again! That dial is really something indeed, and your superb pictures capture its essence well. Wonder how it’ll look on bracelet or rubber strap, as I’m not a big NATO strap fan?
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TimeOut: I totally agree about marketing and hype

I have not tried Toak, but I can think of many other bean-to-bar chocolate makers from all over the world (USA, UK, Iceland, Thailand, Peru, Vietnam, France , Belgium, New Zealand, Taiwan, Canada and many more) who make very very good chocolate at much lower prices than To’ak, and which do not need
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