WURW Friday April 26, 2019

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Mark
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WURW Friday April 26, 2019

Post by Mark » Fri Apr 26, 2019 12:26 am

In case you missed it the theme for today is watch complications.
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Post your daily wear and tell us about it.

Mine is a Revue Thommen Pointerdate. I have had this watch since 2008, it's my only watch with this pointerdate complication. Instead of a day date wheel, this 2836-2 employs an additional hand to indicate the date. You're on your own for the day of week.
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Re: WURW Friday April 26, 2019

Post by Artman » Fri Apr 26, 2019 12:35 am

Accidentally posted this on the other thread.
Oris Classic XXL 7504 Automatic
25 Jewels, Sapphire Crystal
633 Calibre Movement that is a modified ETA Cal. 2824-2 25
I think from the early 90's and it still runs well.
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Re: WURW Friday April 26, 2019

Post by thunder1 » Fri Apr 26, 2019 3:33 am

An Ebel chrono to end the work week..Ebel's cal. 137 was their in-house chrono movement..because of rough times for the brand, they sold both the machinery and the licensing rights to it to UN...
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An Evant Tropic Diver for this afternoon/evening..
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Winston & Walter woof 'TGIF, TGIF'..
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Re: WURW Friday April 26, 2019

Post by svaglic » Fri Apr 26, 2019 6:37 am

I guess this old alarm clock. I don’t have many watches with complications, a couple of Tx’s, but I haven’t sent them in for a battery change yet. A couple of chronographs, but I wanted to wear something nice today.
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Re: WURW Friday April 26, 2019

Post by NorthCountry » Fri Apr 26, 2019 2:45 pm

svaglic wrote:I guess this old alarm clock. I don’t have many watches with complications, a couple of Tx’s, but I haven’t sent them in for a battery change yet. A couple of chronographs, but I wanted to wear something nice today.
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Actually, every watch you have has complications. That Vulcain spurs more than discussion over here. How loud is the alarm? Would you trust it to wake you up?
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Re: WURW Friday April 26, 2019

Post by temerityb » Fri Apr 26, 2019 2:50 pm

Yeah, it's a Seaprod quartz - with 1/100th of a second chronograph (with split time function), tachymeter, day, date, month, year, and perpetual calendar.
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