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    Re: Starking Automatic

    double post
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    Re: Starking Automatic

    You should not wait the ten seconds to post again, but hit the back button and refresh the page, trust me, your postings will not be lost..

    18 hours isn't much, the AM0184 watches I have reach well over 30 hours... You probably didn't wind it far enough then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ale De Alis View Post
    Sooner rather than later, I'll have to accomplish this feat, too. With these you should be alright:

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    As I mentioned, I have the Bergeron tool, but I admit, I didn't take the bracelet off to put it in a vice. Maybe I should just leave it...I won't be wearing it long enough to have to adjust time
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    It's time...

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    Re: Starking Automatic

    I pulled the trigger on the blue version of the one listed as tm0271 transparent. High-beat and thought it looked interesting. Only hardlex though.
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    Update of my Gold Starking. It stopped, as I did not use it on Saturday. I did shake it a bit on Friday and Saturday. It is a pain to adjust as the date adjustment is difficult to click from the crown. Sometimes the date mechanism is engaged instead of the wind in the complete pushed down position, and sometimes, it is not. Anyway, I finally reset everything and will see how accurate it is next week. I think I not use the Starking this week.

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    Re: Starking Automatic

    OH, yes, starking watch , one of my friend had one and its totally shinny. i want to buy too,, but considering AM0184 Im thinking about the new arrived one , they told its am0269 which is similar to NOMOS... someone have more suggetion ?Attachment 13563549Name:  AM0269SS17_01.jpg
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    Re: Starking Automatic

    they told me its not AM0184. your design should be am0194

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    Re: Starking Automatic

    Quote Originally Posted by Dejekt View Post
    I pulled the trigger on the blue version of the one listed as tm0271 transparent. High-beat and thought it looked interesting. Only hardlex though.
    I’ve just done the same on a TM0915 with dark blue face, date at 6 o’clock, high beat movement, black leather strap. Hoping it comes through with sapphire as although the listing says hardlex, it also says “Movement: Quartz”. Also the pics of the movement show a case back that clearly has the word “sapphire” engraved on it.

    I’ll post some pics etc when it arrives.

    What is it with these listings - could do a better job myself - I have a lot of respect for these manufacturers but when you see some of the spelling and listing errors it’s quite sad.
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    Re: Starking Automatic

    Quote Originally Posted by Dejekt View Post
    I pulled the trigger on the blue version of the one listed as tm0271 transparent. High-beat and thought it looked interesting. Only hardlex though.
    I’ve just done the same on a TM0915 with dark blue face, date at 6 o’clock, high beat movement, black leather strap. Hoping it comes through with sapphire as although the listing says hardlex, it also says “Movement: Quartz”. Also the pics of the movement show a case back that clearly has the word “sapphire” engraved on it.

    I’ll post some pics etc when it arrives.

    What is it with these listings - could do a better job myself - I have a lot of respect for these manufacturers but when you see some of the spelling and listing errors it’s quite sad.

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