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  1. tyrantblade

    Ivan/Dark Lord

    Isn't that what they said on Top Gear about The Stig?
  2. tyrantblade

    So close to a new job

    Well, last year I was trying to get a better job, and finally this year they told me they have a job for me; so I had to go through several steps (a test on a computer, then a Physical and Drug Test) and I'm finally on the final step (background check), then I can put in my 2 weeks and go from a dead end job to a very good job.
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    Bracelet screws

    Anybody know where I could order screws for the bracelet of my watch? AFAIK screws for watch bracelets seem to be 1.4mm or so as that's the size screwdriver I use to adjust the bracelets, not sure how long the screws are though or where to order them. It is way too easy to lose them and I lost 2 from the bracelet of my Avenger II.
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    Brushing a polished bracelet

    Like I said, for myself i did a decent enough job, this is by no means any kind of a "guide" and there are others much more knowledgable than me, I just wanted to refinish the bracelet to brushed and used what I had, and I'm satisfied for me.
  5. tyrantblade

    Brushing a polished bracelet

    Maybe not professional level, but I'm pretty happy and can go over it again if I feel like it
  6. tyrantblade

    Brushing a polished bracelet

    I used the green side of a couple scotch brite sponges, and I'm pretty happy with how it turned out, its definitely toned way down now from how it comes from the TDs, which I know is not Gen-Like (its supposed to be a polished bracelet), I just dislike polished unless it's only Polished Mid-Links and I would leave Polished only for Dress watches (or Dress/Sport); but this watch will be an almost daily wear (I'm switching Jobs soon and wouldnt be able to wear it at the new job, but otherwise I will wear the watch a lot), and polished gets scratched too easily as well.
  7. tyrantblade

    Any1 have the Avenger II (Chronograph)

    Watch arrived today and I love it, just need 2 screws as I lost them when I was putting bracelet links back on
  8. tyrantblade

    Brushing a polished bracelet

    Is it easy? I'm thinking about doing it to my incoming Avenger II as I never really cared for full polished bracelets, brushed seems to look more classy and low key to me. Polished is like "LOOK AT ME"
  9. tyrantblade

    Any1 have the Avenger II (Chronograph)

    I got the Blk/Blk version I finally found a dealer (approved on the other RWG) that has the version I bought from M2M on RWI listed http://www.theonewatches.ru/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=6856&search=Avenger+ii
  10. I just bought a Black Dial Avenger II (Chronograph) from RWI M2M, anybody here have the same model watch? What do you think? It's one of the ones made by GF factory BTW.
  11. I missed out on getting an old style Blue Dial/Bezel Trident the last time I noticed them having sales, now they brought the Blue Dial/Bezel variation of the Trident back, though it appears to be a darker shade of blue I would be mighty tempted to buy one if I caught one of their half off sales; especially given it's hard to find an old style Blue dial/bezel trident for a reasonable price these days. https://www.christopherward.com/watches/dive/c60-trident-pro-600-range
  12. If you actually wear a watch on occasion its not a complete waste of money to keep it. Any watches you never wear are best sold to someone who will wear it. So it's all down to practicality. I don't even have any watches right now because I'm focusing on paying for dental work and such will be the case for quite a while longer too.
  13. tyrantblade

    Are sales slow or am I asking too much?

    It is sold now to a lucky buyer.
  14. tyrantblade

    Are sales slow or am I asking too much?

    I know, but to be fair about your criticisms in your last posts, the watch would have been more un-genlike if it didn't have the displayback with the decorated movement; the only "clear giveaway" is the spelling mistake that movement has. Nonetheless, if it isn't sellable for 150 I will keep it.