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Q: 2023/24 Hopes & aspirations for this season
a. As Champions of Europe there's no reason we shouldn't be pushing for a top 7 spot & a run in the Cups
b. Last season was a trophy winning one and there's only one way to go after that, I expect a dull mid table bore fest of a season
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
d. Moyes out
e. New season you say, woohoo time to get the new kit and wear it it to the pub for all the big games, the wags down there call me Mr West Ham

LeroysBoots 2:41 Thu Mar 21
Want to buy a Breitling Superocean Heritage, anyone suggest a decent dealer ?, doesn't need to be new


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aldgate 12:55 Sat Mar 23
Re: Watches
any old iron - i'm just mulling over getting one of those
seen this one which looks lovely https://www.allvintagewatches.com/vintage-watches/rolex-oyster-perpetual-datejust-1971-2/

Any Old Iron 11:14 Fri Mar 22
Re: Watches

That's nice of you to say that. You're right, he really does appreciate it, both for it's intrinsic quality, and its heritage. He's in the fashion game but I know that this is one thing he'll never discard.

Irish Hammer 10:49 Fri Mar 22
Re: Watches
Any Old Iron 10:39 Fri Mar 22
Re: Watches

That’s a lovely thing to have though mate. It’s worth the cost imo.

Real thru the generations stuff. Fair play. Your lad sounds a good kid to wear it with pride.

simon.s 10:46 Fri Mar 22
Re: Watches
Servicing maybe every ten years. Some will run beyond that. Still a pretty small outlay I guess, considering what the watch cost in the first place.

Any Old Iron 10:39 Fri Mar 22
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Although I'm not into watches, about 20 years ago my old man gave me his 20 year old Oyster perpetual datejust and then 8 years ago I passed it on to my son on his 21st. I knew he'd appreciate it more than I did and he's worn it every day ever since.
The trouble with Rolex is that they need servicing and the prices start at just under £300. You could buy a bloody good watch for that.
I've been a Tissot man since the 70's.

simon.s 9:31 Fri Mar 22
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I think if you want a 100% accurate watch, buy a digital. The beauty of mechanical watches to me is that they are not. A COSC Rolex will lose/gain a minimal amount of time over a given period.

Tomshardware 9:23 Fri Mar 22
Re: Watches
My g shock gets radio signal every few hours so it always keeps the right time, also can wear it doing anything, pretty much bullet proof.

MaryMillingtonsGhost 9:06 Fri Mar 22
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Alwaysaniron 8:56

Lovely watch the Navitimer. Mate in work has 3 or 4, all from the 60’s.
He’s a bit of a Breitling connoisseur and persuaded me to buy a Transocean Chrono 43 to replace a Tag Carrera. Only gains/loses a maximum of 30 seconds per week. Timekeeeping wise it shits all over a Rolex. Boss had a Submariner. Flogged it after about 18 months and said he’d have been better off with an egg timer on his wrist.

aldgate 8:57 Fri Mar 22
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I’ve got a black dial 1958 omega seamaster - lot more subtle than a lot of modern watches

Alwaysaniron 8:56 Fri Mar 22
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Got a Breitling Navitimer. Mrs got it for me years ago. Really stylish and doesn’t date. Love the watch.

Vexed 8:49 Fri Mar 22
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I like your style TMTY. Love a vintage watch me.

Too Much Too Young 7:34 Fri Mar 22
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I sport a 1960's Omega Constellation.

just like this one.


Right cunt when there ain't 31 days in a month.

Bungo 7:26 Fri Mar 22
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I got a CW a couple of months ago, and very happy with it so far.

One thing I would suggest, is to sign up for their email newsletter, as they regularly send out promo codes for discounts that are worth using (e.g £100, 15%, 20%)

MaryMillingtonsGhost 7:02 Fri Mar 22
Re: Watches
Had a CW 5/6 years ago.
Very tidy watch, about £250 with crocodile strap.
Unfortunately noticed one day that one of the numerals had fallen off the face, wasn't misused so think quality control may have been an issue. Tried to fix it myself but of course totally fucked it up so binned it.
Would still recommend them as a brand though.

Lord Brampton 6:33 Fri Mar 22
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CW used to drink in my local so most of us have one or two of his watches as he was giving a decent discount when he started out. Don't see him much anymore so I'm guessing he's moved since the business took off. Most of his watches are based on his more well known competitors so you're getting 80-90% of the expensive watch for less than a third of the price. Excellent customer service as well.

Vexed 6:11 Fri Mar 22
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CW are a good shout Bungo. Nice watches.The branding irritates me a bit though.

tanman 6:07 Fri Mar 22
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Vexed I was! Thanks Bungo, looks like some good stuff on there. Never heard of them but I do need a new one and the price range is about right.

Bungo 5:37 Fri Mar 22
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tanman 4:41 Fri Mar 22

These are worth a look at. Clearly similar style to Rolex but not pretending to be something it isn't.

Scroll down for variants.


Vexed 5:23 Fri Mar 22
Re: Watches
tanman 4:51 Fri Mar 22

Blimey you must have been mangled!

Mr Anon 4:57 Fri Mar 22
Re: Watches
I have no fancy watch and yet have a tiny penis. hardly seems fair..

tanman 4:51 Fri Mar 22
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Maybe Vexed, it certainly taught me to be more aware when pissed of my surroundings. It was actually done by sleight of hand and before I knew what was going on, he was running off and climbed over a wall like monkey and ran away onto the railway sidings.

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