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To end the work week, an Ebel 1911 3 hander..
For later this afternoon/evening when having to walk the dogs in drizzling rain..
Winston & Walter woof 'TGIF, TGIF'..
Ebels are a lot like women that lack a low cut dress that zips up the side...neither get the love that they deserve...
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Damasko DA36. In my mind, this watch represents great value. The simple design is easy to read and pleasing to my eye. Reasonably priced with an ETA movement that winds smoother than any of my other Swiss autos. It's ice hardened case looks brand new and I've worn it regularly for nearly ten years. There's no reason to believe that even when this watch is a vintage piece it will look like anything other than that rare NOS piece you run across once in a while. Why don't more companies use the case hardening techniques?
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I don't know about the rest of you, but I find a lot of value in this one. Instantly recognizable and interesting to view.
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Picked this up from Foghorn in February 2016 for 130 bucks. It has been worn with reckless abandon. I LOVE this watch. Me and this watch are ONE.
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