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  • ianp's Avatar
    Today, 12:59
    ianp replied to a thread Possible scam in Main Forum
    From the top of that page If this all happened on Facebook, then let it be dealt with over there. If there were transactions that started on...
    31 replies | 1207 view(s)
  • rpaddy's Avatar
    Today, 12:06
    rpaddy replied to a thread Breitling 817 in Main Forum
    Hello Laurel, Not problem, the Breitling 817 has the bezel free, not fractions. Impossible to find any replacement, but the bezel has inside a...
    4 replies | 167 view(s)
  • solexx's Avatar
    Today, 12:02
    solexx replied to a thread Seiko gen 2 non lume in Main Forum
    Found the thread I was thinking about: http://www.mwrforum.net/forums/showthread.php?65914-Seiko-Gen-2&highlight=Non-lume
    6 replies | 234 view(s)
  • Laurel's Avatar
    Today, 11:52
    Laurel replied to a thread Breitling 817 in Main Forum
    Thanks Roberto you sound like the man in the know, help appreciated when you get a moment
    4 replies | 167 view(s)
  • WhopperSenior's Avatar
    Today, 11:18
    If it is a civilian watch it performed quite well. When it looked like it might be cheap I considered buying it to keep for spares in case I ever...
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  • solexx's Avatar
    Today, 10:30
    solexx replied to a thread Seiko gen 2 non lume in Main Forum
    I recall reading about the excess stock of non-lume Gen2 being sold off by civilian dealers here on MWR, but I couldn't find the thread again when I...
    6 replies | 234 view(s)
  • DaveH's Avatar
    Today, 09:06
    DaveH replied to a thread Slipping mainsprings! in Vintage Smiths
    If I recall the first slipping bridle mainspring was by Rolex. Some watches are designed to have a stop winding feature like the LeCoultre...
    5 replies | 68 view(s)
  • James K's Avatar
    Today, 08:59
    Normal working day? exercise? or war? Omega Seamaster, Rolex Submariner, common to see other dive watches on a normal working day. One of the...
    6 replies | 280 view(s)
  • river rat's Avatar
    Today, 08:38
    river rat replied to a thread Possible scam in Main Forum
    Maybe the feed back area for bad and good sellers http://www.mwrforum.net/forums/forumdisplay.php?30-Feedback-Area
    31 replies | 1207 view(s)
  • Revo's Avatar
    Today, 08:12
    Revo replied to a thread Possible scam in Main Forum
    I think it's one of the mods on the Facebook group who is also a member (but not a mod) here. (If it's who I think it is then has the same surname...
    31 replies | 1207 view(s)
  • petahwong's Avatar
    Today, 07:42
    petahwong replied to a thread Possible scam in Main Forum
    Not you at all dave! You have been an extremely fair mod. The person with whom Im refering knows.
    31 replies | 1207 view(s)
  • rodabod's Avatar
    Today, 07:31
    Is there something special about how yacht timers are used? Long duration? Likely to be re-wound during an outing?
    5 replies | 68 view(s)
  • Brenellic2000's Avatar
    Today, 07:18
    David, yes, you can feel it 'tighten up' before it goes 'slack' but it doesn't inspire confidence in being fully wound, especially as it slips after...
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  • rodabod's Avatar
    Today, 06:50
    rodabod replied to a thread Possible scam in Main Forum
    I think the “k” in Skinner may be optional. All the same person.
    31 replies | 1207 view(s)
  • rodabod's Avatar
    Today, 06:48
    I wouldn’t bother with a dial as that would hide it’s “beauty”! Can get a replacement 4th wheel if the extended pivot is missing for the seconds...
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  • rodabod's Avatar
    Today, 06:45
    I would have guessed that they’d use a slipping bridle like most conventional automatic springs. Would have to see inside to confirm. On autos...
    5 replies | 68 view(s)
  • dave's Avatar
    Today, 05:27
    dave replied to a thread Slipping mainsprings! in Vintage Smiths
    so how do you know when they are fully wound; erm, I guess that you don't..
    5 replies | 68 view(s)
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