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    I had it in my mind that the Sub date was quite a bit more expensive than the Explorer 11, seems there is only 300 difference.
    That of course when you can get hold of them without paying a premium.


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    Quote Originally Posted by icehockeyboy View Post
    I had it in my mind that the Sub date was quite a bit more expensive than the Explorer 11, seems there is only 300 difference.
    That of course when you can get hold of them without paying a premium.


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    I'd actually negotiated a trade in with Watchfinder for a 6 year old no date with box & papers, they had the sub up for 7950 & offered me 2000 for one of my Panerais. Now I have to wait a year but get to keep the Panerai.

    Nice Bulova, is it an auto?

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    Been using this watch mainly for the last year or soIMG_0163.JPG


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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy S View Post
    I'd actually negotiated a trade in with Watchfinder for a 6 year old no date with box & papers, they had the sub up for 7950 & offered me 2000 for one of my Panerais. Now I have to wait a year but get to keep the Panerai.

    Nice Bulova, is it an auto?
    Hi Roy
    Its quartz driven, but the timing hand sweeps like a non quartz, and thanks to Bulova s 262khz movement, the seconds hand makes 2 movements per second


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    Another wristwatch I found. Not seen for a good while. Not running so probably needs a battery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    Another wristwatch I found. Not seen for a good while. Not running so probably needs a battery.]
    Interesting looking piece Grant.

    This arrived from China today


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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy S View Post
    Interesting looking piece Grant.

    This arrived from China today

    Very nice...big pointers and markers...nice and easy to read for failing lamp oil....and a nice subtle blue too...similar-ish to my Pulsar Solar

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    And what do you want for less than a fiver? One of these maybe?


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    the straps worth a fiver....
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    good value roy. strap would likely cost more
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