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FENCE POST STUDIO

on Wed Apr 19 2017, 20:50
By means of a gentle homage to the creator of this forum, and as no one has posted in this section of the forum for a couple of days, I thought I would gate crash the what are you wearing section and start a new picture related thread.

It's adventurous, and I've definitely not seen it before so it's exclusive to 28000bpm. This thread is purely for posting pictures of your watches. Any watch you want, whenever you want. But it has to be on a fence.

To kick things off, I've gone for my new Seiko mod, mainly because that's what's I was wearing when I had the idea. OK, the more eagle eyed will spot, this is a trellis though seeing as I started the thread, it is permissible along with, gates, styles and walls.



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Re: FENCE POST STUDIO

on Wed Apr 19 2017, 21:13
What a brilliant Idea and as you say it is exclusive to the forum .

too late for me to take a photo right now as it is a bit dark but I will partake tomorrow and add one or two .


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Re: FENCE POST STUDIO

on Wed Apr 19 2017, 21:24
SeikoJohn wrote:What a brilliant Idea and as you say it is exclusive to the forum .

too late for me to take a photo right now as it is a bit dark but I will partake tomorrow and add one or two .


It was getting dark when I did it so the photo is a bit rubbish though I'm looking forward to showcasing a new fence and watch shortly. I think you should find a fence or gate which matches your wooden watch, it would be the ultimate in accessorising:D Can't wait to see some of Bruce's back catalogue, it's going to take some catching up.
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That is a good idea although the fence/post would need to be a different coloured wood or you would not see the watch lol!

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Re: FENCE POST STUDIO

on Wed Apr 19 2017, 21:35
HOW DARE YOU ? i will have you know "Fence Post Studios" is an international Studio of good repute and quality, next you will be showing the gate to the Bonnanza Ranch with "Big Hoss" wearing a Seiko Monster Mad
Hmm? now there's an idea Wink
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on Wed Apr 19 2017, 21:41
domecurb wrote:HOW DARE YOU ?  i will have you know "Fence Post Studios" is an international Studio of good repute and quality, next you will be showing the gate to the Bonnanza Ranch with "Big Hoss" wearing a Seiko Monster Mad
Hmm? now there's an idea Wink

The thing is every fence needs a fence post bounce
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Re: FENCE POST STUDIO

on Wed Apr 19 2017, 21:46
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domecurb wrote:HOW DARE YOU ?  i will have you know "Fence Post Studios" is an international Studio of good repute and quality, next you will be showing the gate to the Bonnanza Ranch with "Big Hoss" wearing a Seiko Monster Mad
Hmm? now there's an idea Wink

The thing is every fence needs a fence post bounce

uunnnllessss..........he is fencing stolen property Rolling Eyes ......i will get my coat Embarassed
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Re: FENCE POST STUDIO

on Thu Apr 20 2017, 10:39
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i see you have made a "post " lol!
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Re: FENCE POST STUDIO

on Thu Apr 20 2017, 17:09
my mesh bracelet arrived for my Sharkie this morning, it was supposed to be coming from London...feels like i waited a decade
anyway it fits great and fills the lugs nicely, its a little different from the normal mesh straps as its the thick mesh but its been flattened and polished.......looks good IMO


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on Thu Apr 20 2017, 17:14
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The Sharkie really does suit the mesh or does the mesh suit the Sharkie not sure which lol! anyway either way it looks great
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Re: FENCE POST STUDIO

on Thu Apr 20 2017, 17:19
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domecurb wrote:

The Sharkie really does suit the mesh or does the mesh suit the Sharkie not sure which lol! anyway either way it looks great

its not that nice really, the Studio environment helps Razz
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Re: FENCE POST STUDIO

on Fri Apr 21 2017, 02:52
I had intended for quite a while to say a huge thanks to John for donating a watch for the competition which I won. It's a cracking little Sekonda chrono on a lovely yellow stitched racing strap to match the dial. I couldn't resist taking it to work today to go fence/gate/wall hunting. These are the results, and thanks kindly to John, the Sekonda is much appreciated and getting plenty of wrist time.
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on Fri Apr 21 2017, 14:22
Glad you like it matey I think it looks good on the black/yellow leather strap

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on Fri Apr 21 2017, 18:23
on the fence with this Tuna-alike.....someone may recognise it Wink  dont worry 2 second reversal





and the Manager of Fence Post Studios
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on Fri Apr 21 2017, 19:22
I recognise the watch and Chunky the polecat Very Happy

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Re: FENCE POST STUDIO

on Sat Apr 22 2017, 16:37
I have changed the name of this thread.......lets see if we can keep it going Wink
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Re: FENCE POST STUDIO

on Sat Apr 22 2017, 16:46
a Seahorse on a post...
The Pantor Seahorse......Miyota 9015 high beat, 1000m WR, HE valve

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on Sun Apr 23 2017, 11:13
Here's my attempt this morning.  Very Happy

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Re: FENCE POST STUDIO

on Thu Apr 27 2017, 11:49
Elwood wrote:I think you should find a fence or gate which matches your wooden watch, it would be the ultimate in accessorising:D  

Here we have the Bewell wooden watch on a Fence post



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on Sat Apr 29 2017, 11:43
Traser T25 Black DLC, Ronda Startech 5040.B movement, sapphire crystal, 43mm wide including the crown


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Re: FENCE POST STUDIO

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Re: FENCE POST STUDIO

on Wed May 03 2017, 15:33
Invicta Grand Diver 2nd Generation, Seiko NH35


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Re: FENCE POST STUDIO

on Wed May 03 2017, 15:59
domecurb wrote:Invicta Grand Diver 2nd Generation, Seiko NH35



Puts a smile on my face every time I see this watch Very Happy
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Re: FENCE POST STUDIO

on Thu May 04 2017, 15:12
a very rare event for me, i am wearing a Vintage watch today Very Happy

70's Swiss Made Sportline 17 jewel Valjoux 7765


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Re: FENCE POST STUDIO

on Fri May 05 2017, 11:50
Seiko Marine Master


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on Sat May 06 2017, 16:43
a small box of vintage or a box of small vintage Wink



although one will be getting replaced by a 1973 Citizen Cosmotron shortly.....probably the bottom left Sekonda
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domecurb wrote:a small box of vintage or a box of small vintage Wink



although one will be getting replaced by a 1973 Citizen Cosmotron shortly.....probably the bottom left Sekonda

[quote="domecurb"]a small box of vintage or a box of small vintage Wink


Very nice, I can't see all the watches but think I recognise the Citizen with the led at the 12 position and your Sportline watch.

They're all lovely watches & I can see you getting progressively hooked onto vintage watches. Resistance is futile, well according to the Borg anyway. lol!
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Re: FENCE POST STUDIO

on Sat May 06 2017, 18:20
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although one will be getting replaced by a 1973 Citizen Cosmotron shortly.....probably the bottom left Sekonda

A very nice little collection . If it was me I would replace the Sportline with the Cosmotron only because from looks alone it stands out where as the rest of the collection seem to blend in together .
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Re: FENCE POST STUDIO

on Sat May 06 2017, 18:32
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although one will be getting replaced by a 1973 Citizen Cosmotron shortly.....probably the bottom left Sekonda

A very nice little collection . If it was me I would replace the Sportline with the Cosmotron only because from looks alone it stands out where as the rest of the collection seem to blend in together .
if i do that then i will need something else to take the place of the Sekonda because it doesnt belong there either Crying or Very sad
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if i do that then i will need something else to take the place of the Sekonda because it doesnt belong there either Crying or Very sad

How about this for a solution .... buy a bigger storage box Very Happy Very Happy
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on Sun May 07 2017, 12:56
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if i do that then i will need something else to take the place of the Sekonda because it doesnt belong there either Crying or Very sad

How about this for a solution .... buy a bigger storage box  Very Happy Very Happy

if i bought storage boxs for all my watches i would need another house Crying or Very sad you can cram a lot of watches into cardboard boxes wrapped in newspaper, but as soon as i try to organise them i run out of space very quickly Crying or Very sad one day i may just sell the lot as a job lot on eBay Shocked Razz
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Re: FENCE POST STUDIO

on Sun May 07 2017, 15:21
Zodiac Dragon Wing Ronda Startech 5020B




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on Fri May 12 2017, 16:12
Aragon Evo Divemaster 45mm, 200m WR, NH35 movement, screw down crown, Lumed and dished bezel, solid 22mm bracelet and solid end links, display back.
this is a really good quality watch, i have had Seiko's at 3 times the price not as good Shocked
the attention to detail at this price point is is extraordinary as was the delivery.............2 days Florida USA to Biggar Scotland Very Happy the packing was excellent as well consisting of a padded FEDEX bag, cardboard box with padding round the proper watch box inside..
this has blown me away, it has some Android DNA which is inevitable given its designed by the same guy










if interested i wouldn't hang about at this price Cool
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on Fri May 12 2017, 16:31
Oooo I like that especially the fine detailing such as red seconhand matches red box around date window and red detailing on the crown.

It certainly looks spot on for the money. I may be tempted

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on Fri May 12 2017, 18:43
Very nice & I see they come in a range of colours including one with an abalone dial which is certainly different. My only reservation is the depth of the watch and how high it sits on the wrist. That's probably due to me being more used to vintage watch sizes. Seems to be a great buy for the money along with whatever duty charges are involved. Definitely worth considering. Very Happy
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on Fri May 12 2017, 18:51
daff62 wrote:Very nice & I see they come in a range of colours including one with an abalone dial which is certainly different. My only reservation is the depth of the watch and how high it sits on the wrist. That's probably due to me being more used to vintage watch sizes. Seems to be a great buy for the money along with whatever duty charges are involved. Definitely worth considering. Very Happy

no duty whatsoever as its under £138, it could have had VAT added but with fedex it sailed right through ......£86 all in Very Happy
its a very nicely shaped case so doesn't sit too high and is very comfortable
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no duty whatsoever as its under £138, it could have had VAT added but with fedex it sailed right through ......£86 all in Very Happy
its a very nicely shaped case so doesn't sit too high and is very comfortable[/quote]


Thanks for that. I always assumed everything from outwith the EU attracted all kinds of duties / taxes & didn't know about the £138 limit.

It does seem fantastic value for money with a myriad range of colour and design. Very Happy
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on Fri May 12 2017, 23:33
here's a lume shot..........glows like a torch


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on Sat May 13 2017, 06:44
I like the lot Domecurb just search the brand and I am very tempted on the White dial version bounce
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Re: FENCE POST STUDIO

on Sat May 13 2017, 09:09
That Lume shot has got me tempted. Im a sucker for red detailing on a dial too
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Re: FENCE POST STUDIO

on Sat May 13 2017, 11:40
Argh so many colours to choose from too, very tempted but which one for an everyday casual wear😕,help Smile
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Robti wrote:Argh so many colours to choose from too, very tempted but which one for an everyday casual wear😕,help Smile

they are tempting arent they? Wink for every day wear i would go for black or blue, but then 99% of my watches are black and blue Very Happy
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on Sat May 13 2017, 12:34
Really liked the VO IP black 50mm but then again I know nothing at the moment
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on Sat May 13 2017, 12:36
Robti wrote:Really liked the VO IP black 50mm but then again I know nothing at the moment

just remember 50mm is huge and you still have the crown that adds width
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Robti wrote:Really liked the VO IP black 50mm but then again I know nothing at the moment

just remember 50mm is huge and you still have the crown that adds width

Thanks that's about as much as I know (went with measuring tape to see the sizes of the couple of watches I have ) and I came to the same conclusion

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on Sat May 13 2017, 13:13
Here is a video to give a better idea of size


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on Sat May 13 2017, 13:25
Funny that just finished watching a couple of his videos, only thing I could find now to ask was what the opinion of the movements is from you all, in other watches they sell Seiko movements are mentioned but not with the evo


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Robti wrote:Funny that just finished watching a couple of his videos, only thing I could find now to ask was what the opinion of the movements is from you all, in other watches they sell Shikoku movements are mentioned but not with the evo

the movement is a TMI NH35 which is Seiko, its the same as the Seiko 7s36 just made elswhere, very robust handwinding, hacking auto movement......i love them Wink
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on Thu May 18 2017, 12:53
todays new arrival

Pulsar 7S26-X004 Divers, 45mm including the crown guards,screw down crown, 200M WR, drilled lugs, 22mm lug width.
this is every bit as good as the Seiko SKX007 and maybe even a little better if only for the more interesting case design....to be honest i prefer it Neutral
the X004 is quite a rare watch and don't come up for sale very often so i am chuffed as i have been looking and missing out on some for a while now.
there is also the plus that it can me modded, all Seiko parts gen or after market fit





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