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TimeOut: 😂👍

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5h
By: kjell_watchmaker
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TimeOut: I have easy access to the fridge.

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5h
By: kjell_watchmaker
0

TimeOut: It makes its round every day for an hour.

The clippings are so small they will act as fertilizer.
5h
By: kjell_watchmaker
1

TimeOut: Observing the lawn mower doing its thing.

With a cold beverage in my hand. I salute you, my faithful garden servant.
8h
By: kjell_watchmaker
8

Automotive: I know what you mean, Jocke.

My car mechanic friend always say: “whatever rotates, breaks”.
8h
By: kjell_watchmaker
0

Automotive: To some people the belt change (and the multi-belt or whatever that one is called and the water pump and the rollers) cost so much money

that they wait - and wait even a little longer - and then it is too late. I got a Ford Mondeo for my wife from a friend with a replacement engine - for close to nothing. The previous owner had neglected the change interval - his loss, my gain.
8h
By: kjell_watchmaker
1

TAG Heuer: Yes, I noticed that - however, as no company back then made their own dials, I would not be too worried about that, however

with the date window and hands assessed together, this leads me to believe this could be a small production batch that differs from the norm. In that case, it increases the value. As the red on the counter is so faded, I do not believe this is a service dial.
13h
By: kjell_watchmaker
1

TAG Heuer: What I can see - and for it’s worth.

1. Case - looks good 2. Calculator slide ruler - looks good (hard to fake) 3. Dial - looks good 4. Pushers and crown - look good. Hands - strange, never seen those before, either a rare variant from a small production batch, or replacement (service) hands. Should I add a disclaimer that I take no re
13h
By: kjell_watchmaker
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