Indoor with the Everest

I don't like drinking my morning coffee indoor but I like it even less if I have to do it outside in the dark and cold gloom.

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Taking photos of the Smiths PRS-25 is some kind of a lottery because you never know how well the camera will capture the slight shimmer of the logo or the glint from the minute's track. 

Some angles are better than others but indoor means an increase in the chances of having the overhead lights reflecting from the crystal.

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Today was not one of these lucky days and so I decided to strap on the Everest, finish my coffee and get to the shower before I'll be stuck in the morning traffic to work.

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Very nice. I’ve been considering one. Would you mind telling me what movement yours has and the accuracy of the movement. Thanks. 

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Watchme1

Very nice. I’ve been considering one. Would you mind telling me what movement yours has and the accuracy of the movement. Thanks. 

It's a Miyota 9039 movement and I never measured its accuracy TBH. 

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I’m interested in this but can’t seem to find one, it’s always sold out - apparently I have to email someone… any clues?

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Yeah, I want one too, but not quite enough to go beyond checking the site every now and then. 

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You basically have two options: The first is to register to Timefactors newsletter that will announce when and if the watches will be available in their webstore. Just be prepared for a very frustrating experience.

The second option is to get one in the second hand market and then you have to accept that you will be scalped.

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Smiths are the best!

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thekris

Yeah, I want one too, but not quite enough to go beyond checking the site every now and then. 

Their webshop is supposed to  open soon, I guess you can try your luck like I did just for shit and giggles and maybe you too will end up surprised.