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      RWG Needs Your Support - upgrade to a VIP/Supporter membership! If you find your time here to be useful and (we hope) entertaining, we encourage you to become a VIP/Supporter member. This only costs £21 (a little under $30 USD dependent on exchange rates) per annum and all proceeds go towards our hosting costs and making RWG the best watch board around. By becoming a supporter you will also gain a number of benefits including: 1. If you subscribe during one of our VIP upgrade competitions (announced above the shoutybox on the board index page and also found in our competitions subforum), then you could win a nice watch (usually a high-quality rep). We run these competitions approximately monthly, so keep your eyes open for the next one. You will also get access to our free birthday VIP giveaways - you could win a strap, watch tools or even a watch (there have been some amazing prizes including gen Longines, Raymond Weil, Hamilton and Victorinox watches, along with various high-end reps!) 2. Early access to the Member Sales area (see the sales area for rules) and the ability to bump your sale to the top of the board periodically. 3. Access to the supporters-only section of the board. 4. Increased PM storage 5. The ability to change your displayed user name (once in a 90-day period). 6. Occasional discounts from some of our dealers (keep an eye on their subforums for special offers). PLEASE PM Greg_r to upgrade to VIP


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  • Birthday 19/10/92

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  1. Can we really trust "trusted dealers"?

    So you're background checking the TD's? Maybe you should go and buy a nice Seiko instead of a replica. You obviously aren't comfortable with the process.
  2. After some part swapping, and around an hour of frustrating work with removing and re-fitting the springbars, I have finally replaced the bracelet for a strap. This wouldn't have been possible without a generous donation from @Daffy of a strap and deployment buckle, which allowed me to transplant the buckle onto a strap I ordered next door. What do you guys think between the two? Ideally, I could swap between the two frequently depending on what I wanted that day, but with the hour I just spent doing so this time, I can't see this happening too often.
  3. Tempus Machina replacement bezel

    Sounds like you just need an insert. Email some TDs with what watch you have (and factory if that is known) to see if they can get the part. Many members have gotten single parts from TDs, so there's a good chance they can source you a replacement too.
  4. What's the size on the 3rd one down (the round one)
  5. People have negative opinions about every rep watch for various reasons. All that matters is if you like it... if you want an all gold model, go for it
  6. ts-watches

    If you don't see them on the TD list, then they aren't a TD.
  7. This arrived yesterday from a TD next door and I snapped a few shots that night. After getting some wrist time today, my general thoughts are it's a great rep even with it's shortcomings. The model I received was updated from the model shown on the TD's site, which was a welcome change due to the updated spacing in the bezel rubber, as well as updated back lug engraving from the old "Stainless Steel" wording, to the correct "Titanium" one. Its a large watch, coming in at 45.5mm, but fits well with the lug shape and the thickness is similar to other large diameter watches. Case engravings are crisp, and the orange bezel rubber is clean and fills in well compared to the gen. The movement decoration has all wording spelled correctly (which was an issue with past models), and looks the part, even though it will rarely be seen. The bracelet is hefty and feels secure when locked down, and the engravings on it are similarly crisp like in the case. The multi colored lume is average for a rep, but looks to be applied cleanly and evenly. The grey dial looks as good as it did in the promo pictures, but lacks the luster compared to when I tried on the gen in an AD. For a rep, this is acceptable, and expected due to the different dial materials used between the gen and rep. All dial markers are even and, aside from the slightly misaligned chrono hand, everything lines up perfectly. The chrono also works perfectly, due to accidental hitting the pusher when adjusting the bracelet upon arrival, which ran for several minutes without issue. This model also features the black balance wheel as per gen, as well as a functioning minute/second combined subdial as per gen. Although this feature won't get much (if any) use, it's nice to have something more mechanically similar to the gen.
  8. Considering Buying rep in Several ones

    Do some research of your own. We're not your personal shoppers
  9. Post your Omega....

  10. Hi

    I'm in love with the coco