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After Forever.... And 5 Months, Due To Covid Lockdowns And Business Closures, Finally Back From A Simple Regulation
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1980s Tag 1000. Not in a great state and been bashed around a bit. I still like it and think it’s great value for money if you can’t (yet!) afford a vintage submariner. Same ‘kind of look’ 😃 🤔
My new watch arrived today which I’ve been searching after for a while! Seiko 7A28-7020 (SPR007) date circa 1983. It needs a full service and Crystal replaced but I’m really happy adding it to my collection. Can’t wait to wear it 😀
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My midweek mod project. The date version of the NTH Nacken Renegade was my most worn watch of 2019. Long story short, it was always my favorite NTH Sub and I've come back to it in No Date form. The only thing I would have liked better was if the bezel wasn't a high contrast black. Always felt it would have looked a little better with something more toned down like grey or even blue. Going through the NTH catalog of available replacement bezel inserts, I honed in on the stainless steel one from the Dolphin as my choice. Although it is basically a plain stainless steel insert, to my eyes, it has a slight grey tone to it. It seems to darken the brushed stainless steel finish and also aids in adding a bit of contrast to make the white superluminova BGW9 filled numbers and index stand out. I approve of the lack of graduated markings between 0 and 15 on the bezel insert. Coupled with the no date dial, it creates a cohesively clean and symmetrical look in both day and night for the Nacken Renegade. I had Photoshopped a mockup using NTH's available product images before committing to purchasing the watch and bezel insert part. See last pic. And, I am satisfied the mod turned out pretty close to what I envisioned. I have to reattach the bracelet back to the case and size the bracelet. But, I will get some new photos of this out in its completed glory very soon. If curious how I approached the removal and replacement of the bezel insert, ask me for a link to my YouTube channel where I uploaded the mod. It was super easy and I think will provide great confidence for those who are simply thinking of swapping their bezel insert only without removing the bezel nor using any sharp tools and barely any force to do so.
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Happy Holidays Everyone :D Check out the review of my Steeldive Captain Willard https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUgZIygSs6U
Happy Easter. Hanging at home with the kids after an indoor egg hunt. Admiring what I would call a true "Baby Tuna", 43mm auto, ref SRPF81K1 (or SBDY073), on a StrapCode Endmill bracelet.. essentially a President style bracelet, all brushed finish.. I think helps beef back up a bit the diminutive sized Tuna just enough. Yes, I'm using bacon and toast in the background to compose my shots.
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Those who know my posts will know I am a fan of the Tuna design. So, this had to happen. Reference SRPF81K1 (or SBDY073). I know this is a smaller 43mm Tuna. But, nothing prepares me to just how much smaller it looks and feels when finally in hands. I was worried I accidentally ordered the 38mm version. But, it is 43mm and wears quite perfectly for my 6.875" wrist. I could pull off wearing the full 47mm (it's actuallity a little over 47mm). It already wears amazingly smaller and the lug to lug is quite wearable. At 43mm, it's even more suited. Mind you this is not a substitute for the full-size Tuna. It's just a different and smaller Tuna... and for less than half the price of the full-size Tuna. Depending on what you find most important about the original Tuna, I'd say the 43mm Tuna could be about 80-90% the full-size Tuna. Question: Would you call this a "Baby Tuna" or "Mini Tuna"? I think "Baby Tuna" is slightly more appropriate. I think the 38mm solar version should be called the "Mini Tuna". Call it what you may, I can definitely call it cool.
Octo Finissimo, one of the most interesting watch , which I have seen this year ! 6.4 mm thick and one of a kind design!
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