What Watch Are You Wearing Today?

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You sir, must be an absolute first class husband for that is truly gorgeous! It is just as well prescriptions are free in Scotland or I would be sending you bill for whatever I'm going to need to soothe the sores that excess salivation has caused. Meanwhile, I have punished myself with 1000 lines, "Thou shalt not covet another man's wif...I mean watch!"
i am in fact a future first class husband :) mrs isaiah and i arent married but she proposed to me yesterday and as i dont wear rings and like watches this was in fact an engagement watch :) ill pass on your coveteness to her :D
 
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As if more proof were needed that I'm the forum's worst photographer, here goes:



Timefactors Smiths PRS-29A on brown Darlena Pittards glove leather strap. A handwinder just like the original Smiths W10 it pays homage to. Oh and this took me around half an hour to work out/remember how to upload to Flickr (Fuckr) then rotate it and finally pop it into this post on dear old TSR. Man, am I ever the luddite!

P.S. it looks fabulous on its grey NATO strap but I do like a bit of leather (ooer, missus).

P.P.S. I want your watch @isaiah53 !

P.P.P.S. but you can keep your EDIT: fiance, my very dear sir, lovely though I am sure she is...
 
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As if more proof were needed that I'm the forum's worst photographer, here goes:



Timefactors Smiths PRS-29A on brown Darlena Pittards glove leather strap. A handwinder just like the original Smiths W10 it pays homage to. Oh and this took me around half an hour to work out/remember how to upload to Flickr (Fuckr) then rotate it and finally pop it into this post on dear old TSR. Man, am I ever the luddite!

P.S. it looks fabulous on its grey NATO strap but I do like a bit of leather (ooer, missus).

P.P.S. I want your watch @isaiah53 !

P.P.P.S. but you can keep your EDIT: fiance, my very dear sir, lovely though I am sure she is...
Just had a senior moment there, had to check that my own 1953 RAF Omega was on my wrist. Very nice looking watch G.

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Johnny, that's fabulous indeed. And it sports a big arrow too!
Indeed, Juan Manuel, one of a limited edition of 5,900 I believe, for issue to Officers and Aircrew. The entire stock were recalled to replace the luminous marking with non radiation emitting luminosity and it's magnetic resistant.
However, at the end of the day it still justs tells the time, my friend.

JohnnyO. o/.
 
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Indeed, Juan Manuel, one of a limited edition of 5,900 I believe, for issue to Officers and Aircrew. The entire stock were recalled to replace the luminous marking with non radiation emitting luminosity and it's magnetic resistant.
However, at the end of the day it still justs tells the time, my friend.

JohnnyO. o/.
Yup. This one does it too...BUT it's NOT the same!!!:cool:

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(y) Again, a very nice one!
 
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