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    Happy Friday EoT's. Congratulations to all those who managed to buy one of those marvellous collectable watches from RGM at a bargain price, would love to have picked up one of those divers, however as with watches, timing is all and it wasn't right for me. Let's see what's been on your wrist this week folks. Here's my lot.

    Last weekend it was charge the Accustar time. Caught this shot as the sun was setting on Sunday.

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    On Monday I wore my Diastar XL 300M Diver, fresh back from a service.

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    Tuesday my Electrosonic was back on the wrist, can't get enough of it atm.

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    Wednesday's translucent black Manhattan.

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    Thursday, the Blue Neymar diver. (or as Brad would have it, my Brazilian soccer watch.)

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    Friday, the big Diastar XL. Hope you all have a great weekend.

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  • #2
    Some great photos Tim and, as usual, a difficult choice but I've got to go for the big Diastar.

    Originally posted by Tim. View Post
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Tim. View Post


      Friday, the big Diastar XL. Hope you all have a great weekend.

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      My pick too. This is such a great watch.

      Solve all your doubts through question mode.

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      • #4
        This really has been most of my week. The KonTiki has been doing duty as the dress watch and the QuartzTiki has been in the water a couple of times, but the bulk of the week has been this, The D-Star 200. Note that it is on my right wrist. The BCDs, the vests that inflate and hold your cylinder etc, are quite different to what I am used to and I noticed during the "Take all your kit off at the bottom of the sea and then put it back on" skill test that my watch was catching on the left side of the BCD. Since one puts the BCD back on right side first it's easy to get the watch in and then the left side is much easier. Anyway, this is 55 ft down in front of the wreck of an old Canadian Navy minesweeper.


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        Solve all your doubts through question mode.

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        • #5
          A Space Age classic for me today:

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          Pimpclinic.v.s.o.p.

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          • #7
            Great choices this week, chaps. Love that Space Flight, Marcus! It has Rado's best seconds hand yet.
            I've been a one-watch guy this week:



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            • #8
              Manhattan MK1 with blue crystals this week :-)

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              • #9
                A stunning array of watches on show here today.
                This is how my week looked.
                As Monday was a Bank Holiday I carried the Accustar over from the weekend.

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                Back to work on Tuesday with the 40 Years of Diastar to keep me company.

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                The unique Balboa 'Conquistador' on Wednesday.

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                Thursday brought out a Diastar 1.

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                And the Marstron-Z gets a rare outing today.

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                Have a great weekend guys.
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                • #10
                  Hi!

                  Serbia this week, but it needs a service.
                  The weather is dark and grey here at the moment, so the dial looks blue.
                  With sun, it looks more turquoise/green.

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                  Best regards, Mike
                  vintage-rado.de

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                  • #11
                    Originally posted by scottjc View Post
                    Some great photos Tim and, as usual, a difficult choice but I've got to go for the big Diastar.


                    Thanks mate, you've had an eclectic week and I see we both favoured the Accustar last weekend. This week I'm picking your Marstron Z as it's fairly rare and as you said you rarely ware it, this with an honourable mention for both that lovely DS1 and the Conquistador.

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                    • #12
                      Originally posted by Henry Krinkle View Post

                      My pick too. This is such a great watch.
                      Thanks Henry, um.... this week I feel there's no alternative, I'll be choosing your D-Star 200, it's a great looking watch and it's obviously up to the task for which it was designed.

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                      • #13
                        Wow Kevin, you've certainly been around this week, that's quite a comprehensive display.

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                        • #14
                          Originally posted by pimpclinic.v.s.o.p. View Post
                          A Space Age classic for me today:

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                          It's in great condition Marcus and that second hand definitely comes first.

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                          • #15
                            Originally posted by Watch Carefully View Post
                            Great choices this week, chaps. Love that Space Flight, Marcus! It has Rado's best seconds hand yet.
                            I've been a one-watch guy this week:


                            There's a lot to be said for wearing just 1 watch all week, as with Henry, you've made the choice easy, I'll pick your RGM TZ LE.

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