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Feb 13, 2018 00:13 |  #766

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For whatever reason, my last few acquisitions have been quartz:

I liked the mechanicals too until growing tired of the wind and rest orientation to keep them within some accuracy. The Casios are great, no worries about winding and with enough sun they remain charged. Each night they sync up and are reliable. That Mudman is :-) The Rangeman and Mudman are my usual picks.




  
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Feb 13, 2018 00:19 |  #767

Her broken watch. That's one aspect I don't have to deal with regarding quartz watches. Every 3-6 years send it in for a rebuild at $250-$350. Hamilton simply swapped the whole movement for $200 some years back when that watch was sent in for servicing.

I'd posted a prior shot but wanted to try some post that I'd seen with a G-O watch on one of the watch forums. I couldn't be as heavy handed though this is much more contrast than my usual.


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Feb 13, 2018 04:26 |  #768

Spacemunkie wrote in post #18561686 (external link)
That Sinn is a beauty :love:

Yup, I like it too, the Sinn U-series watches are some of my favorites.

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I liked the mechanicals too until growing tired of the wind and rest orientation to keep them within some accuracy. The Casios are great, no worries about winding and with enough sun they remain charged. Each night they sync up and are reliable. That Mudman is :-) The Rangeman and Mudman are my usual picks.

I have a Rangeman as well, though atomic time sync doesn't work here. :-( At this time, I'm still OK with messing with mechanicals, keeping them wound and on time. I rotate a couple of Breitlings during the week and another on the weekend so the quartz watches rarely get worn.


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Feb 13, 2018 20:59 as a reply to  @ post 18561933 |  #769

Couldn't resist it - cheap as chips so I bought one. Will join my BFK as a tidy beater :)


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Feb 20, 2018 19:21 |  #770

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Feb 24, 2018 10:23 |  #771

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Mar 18, 2018 19:20 |  #772

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Wasn't until I saw the picture that I realized how dusty my watch was but, I still like the way it came out.



  
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May 15, 2018 20:00 |  #774

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May 20, 2018 12:39 as a reply to  @ corythosaurus's post |  #775

Dude your work always nail's it!:-)


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May 20, 2018 18:06 |  #776

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Dude your work always nail's it!:-)

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May 21, 2018 13:59 |  #778

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Jun 03, 2018 17:40 |  #779

In the process of cleaning up the drive of excess images, had fun processing an older shot.


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Jun 03, 2018 17:57 |  #780

Another one with B&W and color:


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