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To compliment the JSAR posted above:

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needed something to go with orange, so this was the logical choice ;)

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Goin' with the GOER.

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MartinB wrote:
needed something to go with orange, so this was the logical choice ;)

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Yep!

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Sorry for the bad quality (mobilecamera)
And you can also see the not that nice effects of an even less nicer accident 1,5 year ago !
So I need to wear a nice looking watch trying to catch the attention on other details then my missing finger. :lol:


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Patek style for me today:

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Outdoor day...

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In the mood for a nice, cool Pepsi.


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houndoggie wrote:
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Since seeing your posted picture i have been looking at these Lum Tecs,
What is the button at the 2 oclock position for? Thanks.
Ps Any more pics?


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jbw007 wrote:

Since seeing your posted picture i have been looking at these Lum Tecs,
What is the button at the 2 oclock position for? Thanks.
Ps Any more pics?


Lum-Tec has some really interesting limited edition models, which are difficult to find once sold out. Their facility is just up the road from me in Ohio.

I assume the 2 o'clock crown is for a date quickset.

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Redhawk wrote:
jbw007 wrote:

Since seeing your posted picture i have been looking at these Lum Tecs,
What is the button at the 2 oclock position for? Thanks.
Ps Any more pics?


Lum-Tec has some really interesting limited edition models, which are difficult to find once sold out. Their facility is just up the road from me in Ohio.

I assume the 2 o'clock crown is for a date quickset.


Thanks for that.

Looking at the M18 in pvd with the Orange markers..Would have to sell a few watches first though!


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Crappy pic, but am so happy:
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My new Prometheus CR1! When I told them about my problems, they send me a replacement watch free of charge. That's service!

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Here's my newest acquisition, an "economy model" VDB 6152-1 on a peaece13 stitchless strap + brass buckle.

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[quote="Hixxy"]Here's my newest acquisition, an "economy model" VDB 6152-1 on a peaece13 stitchless strap + brass buckle.

Nice to see a bit of wabi...The aged dial looks superb. :thumbup:


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Nice to see a bit of wabi...The aged dial looks superb. :thumbup:


Thanks. I've got to get a couple of close-up shots of the dial and post them up...you really have to see it in order to appreciate the little details.

I'm in the process of building a couple on my own (a 6152-1 and a 6152/6154). I'm still in the parts-sourcing/ordering phase, but I've already got a couple of vintage Molnija 3601 movements and brass movement rings ready to go into them.

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Hixxy wrote:
Here's my newest acquisition, an "economy model" VDB 6152-1 on a peaece13 stitchless strap + brass buckle.

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Wow, that is a nice one! Ever since I saw your picture of the vintage PAM 615x I became quite interested at the look.
Did you age that dial yourself?


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Prometheus CR 1 - an unintentional homage to the Kobold Phantom

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