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  1. #571
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    I like Tissot watches, especially the vintage ones pre Swatch ownership, still this is one of my favourites a 516, and an older Seastar picked up on eBay for 80. The gold Seastar was a bit more though







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  2. #572
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    I like the Seastars.
    Barry

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    Should have had a diver on today with the awful weather but went with this, getting more wear now the straps broken in.


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    I HAVE A PANERAI 104, OMEGA RAILMASTER, OMEGA DEVILLE AND A BERMONT U2.
    MORE WATCHES THAN ARMS

    Bernie

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    Quote Originally Posted by hard1175 View Post
    I HAVE A PANERAI 104, OMEGA RAILMASTER, OMEGA DEVILLE AND A BERMONT U2.
    MORE WATCHES THAN ARMS

    Bernie
    Any pics?, the Panerai's of particular interest. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    This one?



    Very nice - simple and elegant, with just the essentials. I like the blue face.
    Yes, that's the one. I will most likely just go to the Timpson's man for a battery replacement, I won't be doing any deep sea diving in it, only wearing when I go out.

  7. #577
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    Quote Originally Posted by NRG View Post
    I like Tissot watches, especially the vintage ones pre Swatch ownership, still this is one of my favourites a 516, and an older Seastar picked up on eBay for 80. The gold Seastar was a bit more though







    Them's nice looking watches.

  8. #578
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    My new 'daily banger' will be ready to collect tomorrow, so I don't wear the dress watch all the time:



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    Quote Originally Posted by antonio View Post
    Them's nice looking watches.
    i like tissot too.. the bottom one is my fav.
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    Old bit of bling...for sale on Gumtree in my home town....couldn't resist it at 15.00.. guy says he wore it twice....looks that way too....

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