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Zenith: Too large for my wrist, which is a shame

Interesting "boiler plate" dial. Clive
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By: chippyfly
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Horological Meandering: A mother is always very special . . .

. . and that that Cartier would also be special on any lady's wrist. A lovely gift your mother will surely cherish.
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By: chippyfly
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Horological Meandering: Either version is a great watch . . .

But manual movements would be preferred with 28,800 b/hr balance speeds. However, I detest seamless straps, but that is always easily remedied. Clive
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By: chippyfly
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Horological Meandering: Just amazing dedication for our benefits

When does Nico sleep?! Congratulations!
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By: chippyfly
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Horological Meandering: Two come to mind from long ago.

First was 1969. No watch involved but my old-fashioned wooden surf board plus very little cash for a large frame tent plus a load of camping gear. He needed the space and I needed a holiday. Second was 1973 between two mature and impoverished students. A 9 years old, originally his 21st birthday gif
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By: chippyfly
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Rolex: Accuracy

Definitely COSC. I always prefer a watch to gain rather than lose any time. It's a fetish! Have you experimented with your watch's positions for resting it at night? Not always but often resting a watch dial up or dial down will allow a watch to gain slightly and resting it vertically crown up or cr
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By: chippyfly
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