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Guys, i see this thread has stopped for a long time.

Any such service in Malaysia ? A quick google search reveals one in Hong Kong.
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General Discussion - Modern Watches / Re: What is on your wrist (new)?
« Last post by mwfchai on Today at 02:48:10 PM »
Borealis Seastorm v2 (on bracelet) No Date received today

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Drilled lugholes are the best.....now with iso style rubber strap.

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General Discussion - Modern Watches / Re: G-Shock Collector Here?
« Last post by MDF on Today at 01:25:56 PM »
I have worn it a couple of times. Very nice fit although on the bigger side of things. Only use it to tell time so did not test any functions.
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I also plan to sell my watch. Its a IWC 3741 fliegerchronograph. Anyone with experience selling their expensive watch over there?
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General Discussion - Modern Watches / Re: What is on your wrist (new)?
« Last post by Sernsin on Today at 11:09:52 AM »
Visibility • Balance make this special seiko has it own character


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General Discussion - Modern Watches / Re: What is on your wrist (new)?
« Last post by Sernsin on Today at 11:08:16 AM »
Borealis Seastorm v2 (on bracelet) No Date received today

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General Discussion - Modern Watches / Re: What is on your wrist (new)?
« Last post by mwfchai on Today at 09:25:04 AM »
Borealis Seastorm v2 (on bracelet) No Date received today

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Watch Gallery / Re: Seiko modding
« Last post by Henry T on Today at 09:06:32 AM »
More pics ...

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General Discussion - Modern Watches / Re: What is on your wrist (new)?
« Last post by bimmerman on Today at 09:03:02 AM »
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This is my very 1st time changing a strap.
I just invested in a strap removal tool.
I can't get the tool through the gap between the lug and the leather strap (it is virtually no gap actually). Or perhaps, it seems like the tip of the tool is too thick.
Is there any technique that the sifus here can guide me?
Thank you so very much in advance
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