Funky time (especially for Tsienni)

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  1. Moscovite

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    This is what the watch looks like under normal light, kinda ugly...

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    I'd buy it if i was to be in pitch black all day
     
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    :p You sound like a Seiko guy, doesn't make you a bad person
     
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    Do you know that I'm also a LUMIX user? :)

    Thanks for this show. It looks very 60s to me. Hey, any collection of pre-1900 ones? I like mechanic watches.
     
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    No pre 1900 watches, the oldest one I have is a 1959 Girard Perregaux mechanical Sea-Hawk. Just had it restored and it is my pride and joy! All watches I have are non-quartz, though. All are mechanical (manual and automatic). I do have some neat ones in my collection!
     
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    Good for you. ;) I quit actually using a watch in my daily life now, my mobile phone does the job for me. I wish I know how to restore my old Swatch.

    Thanks agin, Moscovite!
     
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    Tsienni, shame on you :) What's next, 'I retired my Lumix, my cameraphone does the job for me..."

    Also, I can have your watch restored, I have a great guy for that here in Cincy. He works on Breitlings and Patek Phillippe's, and can fix anything!
     

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