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Horological Meandering: The proof is in the picture....

Top left, Breitling Navitimer 8 B35 Automatic Unitime. No punishment for not recognizing that one. At 43mm it is larger than you might think from the lume. PS I used a flash light to light up the scene...
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By: wover
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Horological Meandering: Hi Iceheller, that PO lume is pretty special given that it's 13 years old, but not Tritium

I'm thinking your contibution is later model Seamaster 300 (hands, 2-colored lume)
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By: wover
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Horological Meandering: Myles, Omega have yet to improve on that beauty!

The black of the dial is sooo very special
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By: wover
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Horological Meandering: Blau, Spot on on the Polaris it's the no date automatic

The bottom left is the Seamaster Planet Ocean 2500, as Myles so correctly pointed out
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Photography: Great photograph, evoking the sound of squeeking brakes,

the smell of oil and ozon and long gone memories of travel. So sad that many railway stations around the world are 'upgraded for efficiency'
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By: wover
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Horological Meandering: Spangles, lower right is indeed a UN diver, the

Blue Surf. Top left is not an Aquanaut...
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By: wover
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Horological Meandering: No need to think about rotation,

I have a full rotation schedule, on paper, that I stick to. It means a different watch every day until I'm through the lot. Then start over - who says life is boring ?
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By: wover
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Horological Meandering: Claire de la Lume

Who knows what's what?
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By: wover
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