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    New acquisition to round out the collection

    Last week I hinted at a new addition to the collection and it has finally arrived! I choose this watch to satisfy my dress/utilitarian needs and also because I build Nuclear Submarines and our most impressive Sub is also called the Seawolf. Neat little connection there. Anyway, hope you guys like it! Still on the look out for a Moon Phase, Field Watch, Diver, and my first Omega.
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    Re: New acquisition to round out the collection

    Sorry everyone. Just figured out how to directly post the pictures haha.

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    Re: New acquisition to round out the collection

    Nice!
    Bit rare to see a new Zodiac in the forum.
    I feel they're an underrated brand, what with all the heritage and the in-house movements.

    Sent from my ONEPLUS A3003 using Tapatalk

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    Re: New acquisition to round out the collection

    Nice watch. But as for your collection being rounded out - think again as there’s always another watch to want.

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    Re: New acquisition to round out the collection

    Quote Originally Posted by sticky View Post
    Nice watch. But as for your collection being rounded out - think again as there’s always another watch to want.
    no kidding. there are still open spaces in the watch box.

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    Re: New acquisition to round out the collection

    Quote Originally Posted by chosenhandle View Post
    no kidding. there are still open spaces in the watch box.
    Quote Originally Posted by sticky View Post
    Nice watch. But as for your collection being rounded out - think again as there’s always another watch to want.
    I guess you guys missed the part where I said I was on the lookout for several more watches.

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    Re: New acquisition to round out the collection

    Quote Originally Posted by D.Brown View Post
    I guess you guys missed the part where I said I was on the lookout for several more watches.
    Guilty as charged.

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    Re: New acquisition to round out the collection

    'like it ! Enjoy the hunt for your next acquisition.

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    Re: New acquisition to round out the collection

    Remember, one can always have too many watches. Like a whole bunch of guys here..
    The current rotation: Orologi Calamai G50 MkIII, Omega Speedmaster automatic 3510-50, Omega Dynamic series III, Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 2504.80, Omega Seamaster 212.30.41, Omega Geneve F300 198.030 Hummer, Omega Seamaster F300 198.001 Hummer, Heuer Autavia chronograph, Eterna - Matic 1948 Chronometre, Tudor BB36 79500, Marathon TSAR medium, Pro Trek PRW3000-2, Seiko Alpinist SBQJ017 perpetual calendar GMT 8F56, JeanRichard Highlands 24004.

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    Re: New acquisition to round out the collection

    I want pics of the submarines you're building! Send them care of Kim Jong-Eun.
    Tick-tock in RoK GMT+9, no DST
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    Not Seiko: Parmigiania Tonda 1950, Zenith El Primero Chronomaster, Piaget Upstream, Muhle Glashutte Seebataillon GMT, Eterna Madison Spherodrive, Vulcain Cricket 1951 Classic, Bell & Ross Space 3 GMT, Bulova Accutron Astronaut (c. 1966), Omega Speedmaster triple date, Sinn 556 Anniversary LE, IWC Cal. 89 (c. 1957), Glycine Airman SST-12, Pulsar Date II (c. 1971), Scurfa Diver One, G-Shock Rangeman 9400, Vostok Classica
    Seiko: Grand Seiko SBGT035, Credor Node GCAT996, Grand Seiko 5641-7000 (1972), "Ashtray Tuna" 7C46-6009 (1987), 6139-7069 "Blue Eye" chrono (1974), Bell-Matic 4006-7012 (1971), King Quartz 9223-5000 (1981), Seikomatic J13044 (1963), 6119-6400 UFO (1974), King Quartz 5855-5000 (1977), Silverwave 8221-5020 (1980), Majesta 9063-5020 (1984), SKX399K "Philippines"

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