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Have any of you guys done the Timezone watch school course?

I have. Completed 1 and started 2 but never finished. I'm a dilettante when it comes to this kind of stuff...


Singular - that 30T2 is pretty
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That Lange is sick. I love the aesthetics of the movement.

+1
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Just got a Rolex Submariner No Date. I love it. Will get pics ASAP.
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Just got a Rolex Submariner No Date. I love it. Will get pics ASAP.

Nice choice - wore my ref 5513 today on a leather NATO;



/M
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My watch and I at the Periyar Tiger Reserve in Southern India.
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And I love this recent acquisition - I'd been wanting a Navi for a while...
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Walking on the beach today...



/M
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Walking on the beach today...



/M

You found that on the beach?

I kid, I have one too. It was my first "serious" watch.
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Here're some pictures of my recently purchased 1961 King Seiko. It's on a different strap now as the shiny black reptile skin really sucked. The watch looks better in real life than the pics.



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Small PSA if you like to tinker with your watches: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000T9VK56
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Walking on the beach today...



/M

Tha's my favourite watch, even though it's the most basic of the Seamaster's, I still love it. That was the watch worn in the best of the Pierce Brosnan Bond films, Goldeneye.
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Small PSA if you like to tinker with your watches:
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000T9VK56

Can anyone with experience in this area let us know if these tool are any good?
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Walking on the beach today...



/M

I have the Chrono version of this watch with the Valjoux 7750 movement in it. Thing is about a foot thick and weighs like 25 or 30 pounds. I wear it all the time and love it, but in retrospect I'd have probably preferred an auto version of this one.
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Can anyone with experience in this area let us know if these tool are any good?
FWIW, watchmakers who post on Watchuseek forum strongly advise against cheap tools. I recently bought a cheap bracelet resizing tool (12 bucks or so). It works, but the actual "tool pin" that pushes the "bracelet pin" out of its hole bends very easily. I had to straighten it and be extra-careful on the next try. YMMV.
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My first PAM. The 164...loving it. I'm already addicted to buying new straps!
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