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Thanks. If it's a watch you're certain to keep - and especially if it's a tool watch - I think the battlescars just add to it's charm and personality. That's also one of the reasons I'm not having it polished when serviced (the other being not losing the defined edges from over-polishing, as Dino and maybe others have mentioned before). I've even banged the Sub around so much that the crystal have had to be replaced twice.
Thank you Belli & Keith, that's very kind :-)
Thanks guys, your nice replies made me look for similar pics, and while I haven't any as good as that one, I'm gonna post anyway ;-)Some of the pics will be more like holiday snaps than quality watch photos, so everything's spoilered for those just wanting to scroll through: [[SPOILER]] and thanks for looking.
First thing that comes to mind is a no-date sub 14060. You may have to stretch the budget a little, but aren't they available around this price point second hand? I would be surprised if mine should fetch more than double of what I paid for it new, after having worn it hard for 20+ years (not that I would ever sell it, mind). Preparing a post right now about some of the stuff I've put mine through...
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NATO is great for hiking, here on the highest point of the British Isles, Ben Nevis in Scotland (which isn't all that high).
Rewatched the director's cuts of these two: Both are good examples of the rare case where a flawed cinema release is greatly enhanced by a DC with significantly added run time (30 & 45 minutes, respectively).
Agreed. I did catch Logan's Run not too long ago, but I haven't seen Rollerball for decades. Even though it's been on my list for some time, I have yet to come across Omega Man. These last two were conveniently available on HBO Nordic; and 2001, that started this run, came even more conveniently from my cupboard :-)
I really did find it highly entertaining, and I remember thinking at the time that it was some pretty impressive physical comedy on Leo's behalf. Different strokes and all that.
I agree that it did run a bit long, but the crawling to the car on ludes was one of the best scenes. ***
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