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  1. No picture is displayed and I can't open the box............... A picture won't be of help unless it includes info on where I might get a bracelet. Oyster or Jubilee either would do.
  2. Happy to help. Here goes; I have gotten another rubber strap from Everest which I did not mention in my previous post. Although I have this set of rubbers from Everest, I have yet to mount it on my SubC. This rubber strap (pictures attached) is the type where you need to use your own clasp buckle from your watch' bracelet unless you buy an additional one. IMO - Our wrists (yours and mine) are similar in girth. Therefore, either the straps from both suppliers will fit you. And, may I add, my wife's wrist is only 5.3" or 135 MM. She wears the Blue SubC on the last hole. Well, it's a bit loose but still looks great.
  3. The DJII, like the 39mm Explorer, doesn't seem quite fully realized. It was like Rolex saw the big watch trend and tried to jump on it without making sure the design worked as well. Aside from that, I think it would wear awkwardly on a woman's wrist (yes, even compared to something like a 14060 or 16710 which would look great in a sporty kind of way), being neither here nor there.
  4. 16710 GMT II or 14060M Submariner for your daughter. Women are wearing larger watches these days. My wife wears a 14060M Sub daily.
  5. After visiting the AD and a few phone calls/arguments with Tudor it was eventually exchanged today. Now another problem...... The bezel doesn't "stick" when twisted and it hits 12 so can be reset blind. I don't know whether to just live with it or send it on its way back to Tudor!?
  6. Explorer I 39mm Verstuurd vanaf mijn HUAWEI MT7-L09 met Tapatalk
  7. Coming from someone who owned a few Panerai and Rolex I'd say no way.
  8. Congratulations! You will not regret it! Mine says "Hi".
  9. Hmmmm. Wonder if eBay asked some troubling questions, and if our culprit decided to sell his genuine Aquatimer with a brand new battery somewhere else. I just hope that nobody bought the damn thing.
  10. Hello guys, Just recently my father inherited this amazing IWC watch, so I am reaching out to the experts here for some information about this watch: I know the image quality is not the best, I will upload some better images shortly. Thank you in advance, Daniel
  11. Thank you ... it could not be a fake. This is from our grandparents. They told us they bought it in Davos / Switzerland at CHRIST Uhren & Schmuck. Why you think it is fake exactly? P.S. There is a fish engraving on the side wheel
  12. I think it is very, very unlikely that your power tools magnetized the watch. Battery-operated tools may produce a net magnetic field, but it's not likely to be strong enough to significantly affect a watch. Mains-operated tools may also produce a field, but it'll alternate at 50Hz (or 60Hz, depending on your country) and is also unlikely to have any effect on a watch.
  13. Stick around here for a while and you can learn a lot from the other members. Ask questions. The people on this forum have helped me immensely. You might buy some inexpensive (even non-working) Komandirskies with 2414a movements to practice with. They're very simple and plentiful. And still in production, so you can even find new parts if you like.
  14. I love the different varieties of crown position. Here is my 2 o'clock and also my 4 o'clock
  15. Hi guys, A big hello to everyone here in the Russian Forum, as it's my first post here. And today, I just ordered my very first russian watch !!! and I'm pretty excited I was looking for a mechanical alarm watch, which wasn't an easy task for my budget (<200) but I finally discovered this fine piece : (seller's pic) I can't wait to have it I'll keep you guys posted when I receive it. -------------------------------- And I have my eyes on russian watches for a while, especially Vostok Europe models and many more
  16. It has either an incorrect crystal or is missing it's crystal tension ring. You shouldn't be able to see the stem at 3 o'clock if it was correct for the watch. The case appears to be brass but has an Amphibia case back. Amphibia are all stainless steel cased. I wonder if Vostok shipped watches like that in the transitional early 90's? I have two examples of the 020685, one is correct. The other one is franken with a komandirske crystal that is obviously missing the amphibia tension ring. (and has parts coming). Correct Incorrect Hastily spouted for your befuddlement
  17. Not to steal the thread, but at lunch I successfully relumed the hands http://forums.watchuseek.com/f10/fir...l#post19992954
  18. Orologio Rolex Datejust Ref 16014 Ghiera Oro Bianco Bracciale Jubilee Age 1981 | eBay Orologio Rolex " Oyster Perpetual Date" Ref 1500 in Acciaio Automatico Del 1973 | eBay Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date Carica Automatico Unisex Steel N° 707 | eBay Watch Rolex Precision Ref 6694 Oysterdate Carica Manuale Elegante N° 711 | eBay Rolex Datejust Donna Ref 69174 Quadrante Bleu Anno 1990 mm 26 | eBay
  19. Maybe the picture with the Ruhla movement is a mistake, the case is different. I believe inside the watch ia real 3133. Regards, Miro.
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