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WristScan: That is a mighty selection Subexplorer. If this is a competition, we have already lost!

I stopped buying chronographs a while ago because I really do not have much use for them now. Plus my repairer advised that they cost three times the cost of a time-only watch to service! Below one of my Ebels posing on a page from Michael Balfour's 1986 book "The Classic Watch". Below here a pictur
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By: chippyfly
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Horological Meandering: Watch storage

There are no safe deposit boxes where I live and in any case none of my watches are not valuable enough to justify the inconvenience, especially as I like to wear them all on a whim. I have been researching a home safe, although a determined thief would likely manage to defeat it and in a weaponised
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By: chippyfly
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TimeOut: What is so sad is . . .

. . . we all suffer unnecessarily like little school children because of selfish, undisciplined, ignorant, thoughtless "adults" who do not care.
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By: chippyfly
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Photography: This ugly fella - look away if you are allergic to spiders!

Coincidentally last Sunday as I was at the back of my house when this brute descended beside me. "Luckily" I had my iPhone with me so I am happy to share. Clive
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By: chippyfly
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Horological Meandering: D [nt]

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By: chippyfly
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Horological Meandering: Hotel safe

1. On holiday last year I travelled to various towns in Spain with a couple of "spare" watches, in addition to one on the wrist. The spare watches were placed in the room safe as normal. Unknown to me one evening, my partner placed her iPad in the safe on top of a vintage watch. Next morning that wa
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By: chippyfly
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