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  • #16
    Owning a couple of Movado's I've always loved the simplicity of the TIMEpiece. But my taste has changed and I seldom wear if ever wear a 38mm case and quarts to boot. The gold electroplating wasn't the best either. O guess I'm dating myself.
    I don't sweat I condensate and YYYeess...I'm still cool !

    aka "TimeOnMySide" but you can call me Woody!

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    • #17
      I've got a 1990s re-issue of the original 60s Kingmatic Chronograph that I'm very fond of. 7750 driven on one of the nicest bracelets I've seen and a very nice 1960s racing vibe.

      Picture borrowed from ebay (note: on strap) https://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-MENS-MO...IAAOSw7XZXgaKh

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      • #18
        Originally posted by abbadon View Post
        I've got a 1990s re-issue of the original 60s Kingmatic Chronograph that I'm very fond of. 7750 driven on one of the nicest bracelets I've seen and a very nice 1960s racing vibe.

        Picture borrowed from ebay (note: on strap) https://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-MENS-MO...IAAOSw7XZXgaKh
        Never seen that one before, very nice!

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        • #19
          Originally posted by curiousgeorge View Post
          Never seen that one before, very nice!
          Very nice! The one i have pictured is a vintage 1980s model thats 14k case (i personally wouldn’t put a quartz in a precious metal case) that i won on ebay for $40 (parts and repair) took not much effort to switch out parts in the quartz eta, ended up costing me 115-120 in total (caseback, movement parts, band, buckle). Its not worth much over the gold weight but i nice piece i may gift or display in one of my dress watch cases.


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