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Nice!

 

 

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Awesome pics! headphones and watches look good together! that is a pretty serious looking Seiko

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Careful you don't end up exposing your watches to too strong of a magnetic field!!  Never do that with a pair of Beyerdynamic T1, T5, or T50s!!!

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When you wear your headphones like that, doesn't your watch get in the way of your nose and eyes tongue.gif ?

 

 

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That was a very "timely" joke, but aren't you afraid you might "tick" somebody off?  Maybe we should "can" it.  atsmile.gif

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Wow, three play on words in one sentence. I wonder if that's a Head-Fi record smile.gif .

 

I guess you can really "watch" time fly by as you listen your favorite tunes.

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Yeah, well, time flies like an arrow, but fruit flies like a bananna.

 

Two atoms walk into a bar and one says to the other; "I've lost my electron!"  The other atom says; "how can you be so sure?"  The first atom answers; "because I'm positive!"

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sorry, I just don't know what came over me...  biggrin.gif

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Yeah, well, time flies like an arrow, but fruit flies like a bananna.

 

Two atoms walk into a bar and one says to the other; "I've lost my electron!"  The other atom says; "how can you be so sure?"  The first atom answers; "because I'm positive!"

<rim shot....>  

 

sorry, I just don't know what came over me...  biggrin.gif



I'm not even a mad scientist and I understand that one.. I must get out moreblink.gif

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@Kw, Nice there's a joke thread for that BTW.

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Careful you don't end up exposing your watches to too strong of a magnetic field!!  Never do that with a pair of Beyerdynamic T1, T5, or T50s!!!



Hey, that might have done something to my watch. The first day I had it, it was +16, now after 2 days, it's +9. The first night I left it dial up, while the second night I left it crown up, so it's not the only variable.

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Hey, that might have done something to my watch. The first day I had it, it was +16, now after 2 days, it's +9. The first night I left it dial up, while the second night I left it crown up, so it's not the only variable.



 

I exposed my 007 t a magnet accidentally and it runs hella fast each day, tried a degausser and that didn't work, sent it back to Seiko for service, came back perfect!
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Hey, that might have done something to my watch. The first day I had it, it was +16, now after 2 days, it's +9. The first night I left it dial up, while the second night I left it crown up, so it's not the only variable.



 



This is not my image but one I found on the net.
I have used this method not only on my rolex but on all my other mechanical watches and it works great!

Using this method I never have to touch my rolex unless for daylight savings( mind, the rolex is only ahead by at the most two seconds a day anyway!)

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what do you do if the watch is in a winder?

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what do you do if the watch is in a winder?




 




Not a lot!
I have a winder but never use it anymore. I would rather let my watch wind down and then simply wind it up again when I want to use it. I always used to have to adjust the watch after a week of no use on the winder anyway so I thought why bother with a winder!
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The best thing for a mechanical watch is for it to be worn on the wrist everyday, even the most sophisticated winders cannot replicate the movement of the wrist. I have found my mechanical watches to prove more accurate when worn everyday, I guess it has to do with a constant temperature and movement. Also remember, a watch is designed to be worn on the wrist everyday. I think since watch collecting has become more popular the problems of regulation have increased!
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