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  • #31
    Originally posted by Watch Carefully View Post

    Mike, that BMWCCA chrono is cool looking...I'd love to know more about it. Is it automatic (7750?)?
    Brad
    Thanks, Brad. It's a quartz chrono and only cost a bit over $250. Got it direct from the BMW CCA website. I don't wear it much, but it's a nice looking watch.

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    • #32
      Thanks for sharing that BMW, Mike. It's subtle, which isn't something I usually expect of car-club chronographs.
      Many are a bit too "look at what a fancy car I drive" for my tastes.

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      • #33
        Wow, you guys had some great stuff up there. What a variety. I don't normally go for square watches but that Canada 3 cent Moose stamp model had me giggling. I think it is very cool. I will take some new pictures and put them up in a little while.
        I am living the dream in Hawaii.

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        • #34
          [QUOTE=RussMurray;n591039]Ok, here goes...my SOTC 2020 as present;

          That's a great way to display the terrific collection.

          Bob

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          • #35
            OK, I have too many watches and couldn't even find one. It is a Rolex Bubbleback that my father got at the end of WW2. Here's the rest including some that I am sure you guys have not seen, because I included some inheirited pieces. Here they are in no particular order.

            The Beater work watches.


            The closest thing I have to a dress watch. Citizen Eco-Drive


            Citizen 4X4 Super Tough, similar to the Mission Antarctica.


            Citizen Altichron


            Citizen Professional Diver - a monstrous beast of a watch.



            Garmin Descent MK1 Diving computer and tracker of almost any activity that you can think of.


            Rolex GMT Pepsi, I am wearing this one today.


            Sinn EZM13 Diving Chronograph


            Sinn EZM6 - U1000S Diving Chronograph


            PRS Dreadnought Voyager GMT - the best bang for the buck watch that I have ever owned.


            Baume & Mercier Capland XXL - The Yellow Kevlar dial is very cool


            Rolex Seadweller 50 - Still my Favorite


            Seiko Darth Tuna It goes on lots of dives with me.


            Grand Seiko Titanium Spring Drive diver


            Waltham Ladies pocket watch was my Gandmothers.


            Hamilton Rectangle was my Grandfather's I think


            Bulova Rectangle was also my Grandfather's AFAIK.


            Elgin Men's Poket Watch - My Grandfather's


            And Finally a Seiko MM300 another favorite on dive trips.


            Well guys I think that is it.
            I am living the dream in Hawaii.

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            • #36
              Wonderful diverse collection. Nice to see a 4x4 as I have a MA.

              Bob

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              • #37
                Hey Brad I wonder what similarities there are between your old Bulova and mine. Any idea on date or movement? I am thinking mine is from the 1930's?? It looks like the movement layout is similar; could be the same internals.



                I am living the dream in Hawaii.

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                • #38
                  Nice collection, Vince!

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                  • #39
                    Lots of absolute diver gems there Vince!

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by vjb.knife View Post
                        Hey Brad I wonder what similarities there are between your old Bulova and mine. Any idea on date or movement? I am thinking mine is from the 1930's?? It looks like the movement layout is similar; could be the same internals.
                        Hi Vince!
                        I do have details on mine...it has caliber 10AE and I confirmed the 937 date by a triangle marking on the movement...



                        If you want more info on yours, I highly recommend visiting www.mybulova.com
                        -- there is a great database of watches, with lots of images, adverts, and experts who can help pin down info. My guess is that yours is a little newer than mine. I'll also see if I can find it in my American Wristwatches book, which has loads of cool Bulovae inside.
                        Let me know what you find out!
                        Brad

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                        • #42
                          Great lineup!
                          "So Many Watches / So Little Time"

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                          • #43
                            Here is where I am at the moment.

                            Regards,

                            Ren









                            Not in the box

                            Out getting a full service



                            Currently torn apart, was replacing the movement and the dial feet came off, waiting on a dial foot replacement tool to come in so I can get it back together



                            this is a salesman sample, got a new movement in and waiting on a crown/stem to complete it.

                            Last edited by 2500M_Sub; 08-05-2020, 10:37 AM.

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                            • #44
                              Hi Brad,
                              On Watch Recon today...

                              https://www.reddit.com/r/Watchexchan...lued_hands_75/
                              "So Many Watches / So Little Time"

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by 2500M_Sub View Post
                                Here is where I am at the moment.

                                Regards,

                                Ren









                                Not in the box

                                Out getting a full service



                                Currently torn apart, was replacing the movement and the dial feet came off, waiting on a dial foot replacement tool to come in so I can get it back together



                                this is a salesman sample, got a new movement in and waiting on a crown/stem to complete it.

                                Wow, that's some collection. Terrific!

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