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  1. #4821
    Quote Originally Posted by Bounce View Post
    Very nice Larry, I can see the green now, lets hope it keeps the sun out.
    Sorry I had my S300 on yesterday and it failed

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    Enjoying the sunshine today. Have a good weekend everyone.


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    Not much chance of sun today so no blue or green dials on show.
    Today my Lancaster is QR-U, PD266, of 61 Squadron which completed over 60 ops during the war.
    My dad did one of his ops in it.Click image for larger version. 

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  4. #4824
    A well lit up Alt1-p2 Lancaster

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    Last edited by Lancaster; 06-10-2022 at 07:18 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lancaster View Post
    Not much chance of sun today so no blue or green dials on show.
    Today my Lancaster is QR-U, PD266, of 61 Squadron which completed over 60 ops during the war.
    My dad did one of his ops in it.Click image for larger version. 

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    Boy, I really do like that watch, it's gorgeous. One of their best ever, I think. I'm glad you enjoy it, and that it means so much to you, Larry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lancaster View Post
    Not much chance of sun today so no blue or green dials on show.
    Today my Lancaster is QR-U, PD266, of 61 Squadron which completed over 60 ops during the war.
    My dad did one of his ops in it.Click image for larger version. 

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    Lovely watch, thanks for sharing.

  7. #4827
    Thanks both.
    Certainly a big presence on the wrist, it sits like the Lancaster mid-upper turret and out of my all my watches, it's the one I have to be most careful of 'touching' things

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lancaster View Post
    Thanks both.
    Certainly a big presence on the wrist, it sits like the Lancaster mid-upper turret and out of my all my watches, it's the one I have to be most careful of 'touching' things
    Absolutely, the C does stand higher on the wrist than a lot of watches, and it would be a shame to accidentally ding the bezel. This is something I struggle with myself, to be honest!

  9. #4829
    Quote Originally Posted by RedsBluesGreens View Post
    Absolutely, the C does stand higher on the wrist than a lot of watches, and it would be a shame to accidentally ding the bezel. This is something I struggle with myself, to be honest!
    It's easily spotted in the dark, as you can see.
    Massive amount of lume even though it doesn't matter to me much.Plus it keeps excellent time and the display caseback is a cracker
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    Hello,

    Anyone tried to fit the deployant clasp with the Temple Island rubber strap? I just wanted to try it on but I am struggling!

    Otherwise it is a lovely thick strap and fits perfectly with a buckle.

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