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Rumor has it that the rainy weather in Dallas caused some unusual creatures to come out of hiding...

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That Seamaster... I want one


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:shock: :wtf: :clap: :clap: :clap:

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Three truly amazing watches. Are they part of your collection?

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Tue Nov 08, 2016 2:51 pm
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:thumbup: :clap:


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VERY nice!!

I should have a look at my Omegas as well. All are sitting in the drawer and it really doesen't do them justice, when I look at this picture.

btw Seamaster: Is WatchCo done with their ones, or can they still be had?


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Awesome!!!!

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what dat be? far right with the tan strap?

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@BennyKwa I think that's one of @Tanukjaju watches.


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Someone mentioned that we were easy smash and grab victims....made me think....then I almost ran off with Civic's Cali....then I realized he had my address.

Got to see TTT's beautiful CWC? Chrono that used to belong to Benny.


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Was a really fun GTG with you guys!


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Post Re: Omega - It's what's for dessert...
Tanukjaju wrote:
Someone mentioned that we were easy smash and grab victims....made me think....then I almost ran off with Civic's Cali....then I realized he had my address.

Got to see TTT's beautiful CWC? Chrono that used to belong to Benny.

Hamilton. Cha' mon.....

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I just pulled the trigger on a Omega triple date with blue dials. Great watch, coming in at 38mm case but there are eight :o hands on the dial!

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civic4982 wrote:
Was a really fun GTG with you guys!


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It was definitely great catching up with you guys again... not a bad pile
of watches for 3 guys on a weeknight on the wrong side of town... :wtf:

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Tanukjaju wrote:
Someone mentioned that we were easy smash and grab victims....made me think....then I almost ran off with Civic's Cali....then I realized he had my address.

Got to see TTT's beautiful CWC? Chrono that used to belong to Benny.

Hmm... Worth giving it a try anyway. :D

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Few more pics...
ImageDallas_GTG_2016-11-07-e by clair_davis, on Flickr

ImageDallas_GTG_2016-11-07-d by clair_davis, on Flickr

ImageDallas_GTG_2016-11-07-b by clair_davis, on Flickr

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ImageDallas_GTG_2016-11-07-g by clair_davis, on Flickr

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great stuff guys, loved to have been there :thumbup:


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tictoctach wrote:
Few more pics...
ImageDallas_GTG_2016-11-07-e by clair_davis, on Flickr


Ummm. What are these? How can I find them? Lol. Friggin awesome!


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