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or we will not like you very much at all

Too late!
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Got my dad´s old Casiotron (1976?) to work

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That things cool! At what age does wearing a "real" watch (not a G-shock/etc.) stop looking affected. I  love how a nice seamaster or something half-tucked under a bomber cuff looks but at my age I feel like it would look a bit tryhard. 

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I don't know. I guess this is the other way around. I'm almost 42. I will wear this one with pride and a smile on my face.
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Originally Posted by glundr View Post

That things cool! At what age does wearing a "real" watch (not a G-shock/etc.) stop looking affected. I  love how a nice seamaster or something half-tucked under a bomber cuff looks but at my age I feel like it would look a bit tryhard. 

 

Funny you should say that bounce2.gif

 

 

Here is my Seamaster @ 21 years of age.

I look more lavish than try-hard

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Here is my Seamaster @ 21 years of age.

I look more lavish than try-hard

This guy.... Clearly the gift that keeps on giving.

 

Wording reminded me of this http://instagram.com/itslavishbitch 

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Got my dad´s old Casiotron (1976?) to work


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Nice work on the restoration. You might be able to accurately date it here: http://www.digitalwatchlibrary.com/DWL/categorylisting/all/Casiotron/releasedate/

I started getting interested in watches a few years back but slowly drifted into just wearing a couple of Seiko 5's - cheap and reliable enough for me, but if I had a hand me down digital I'd definitely wear it with a smile.
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I think Stanley's fit is great. Then again I dress like that and don't understand a lot of you young people on SWD nor the stuffy old men on CM. patch[1].gif

The shoes are the only bit that doesn't work - pair of suede playboys FTW.

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Grey and misty.



Christy's
Zegna
AA
Levi's
Loake

Jacket is an old Zegna Soft - unstructured cashgora - unbelievably warm and soft
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Every time i see DP92's posts they always go exactly the way I'm hoping they don't end up going.
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This is perhaps the greatest sin of all. Gotta coordinate accessories with belt/shoes.

No.
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Nice work on the restoration. You might be able to accurately date it here: http://www.digitalwatchlibrary.com/DWL/categorylisting/all/Casiotron/releasedate/

I started getting interested in watches a few years back but slowly drifted into just wearing a couple of Seiko 5's - cheap and reliable enough for me, but if I had a hand me down digital I'd definitely wear it with a smile.

Thanks very much, MoK. I can't seem to find the exact watch (Casiotron R-16). Maybe I'll have to dig deeper. Would be nice to get the exact date and details.

Unfortunately, my father didn't get to hand it down to me. My brothers and I found it in a box with some of the few belongings of him that we have left when sorting out my mother's apartment. Hence the "wearing with pride" comment smile.gif.
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MoK, you keep posting new jackets I haven't seen before!  I like this one best of what you've worn so far, I think it's great.

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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post

Thanks very much, MoK. I can't seem to find the exact watch (Casiotron R-16). Maybe I'll have to dig deeper. Would be nice to get the exact date and details.

Unfortunately, my father didn't get to hand it down to me. My brothers and I found it in a box with some of the few belongings of him that we have left when sorting out my mother's apartment. Hence the "wearing with pride" comment smile.gif.

It looks like the R15 and R16 were pretty identical: http://www.digitalwatchlibrary.com/DWL/1work/casio-r-152/

Manual: http://www.digitalwatchlibrary.com/images/casio_manuals/0015.pdf
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MoK, you keep posting new jackets I haven't seen before!  I like this one best of what you've worn so far, I think it's great.

I've had this one for a few years - it's little oversized and quite long, but is just like wearing a favourite cardigan. The fabric is wonderful.
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