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kazrich

Member
Sherpa
Well done! That's a corker !
So it's 7th day of the month
and It's 20 past 10 and 20 seconds ?
or is it
10 minutes past the 20th hour ( 8.00 ) and 7 seconds on the 20th of the month ?
or is it
Your tea will have been strongly brewed in 7 minutes and the current time is
20 past ten and 20 seconds ?
Excellent, What a find !
 

Joe_A

Moderator
Staff member
Enicaristi
Sherpa
I think its 19:20:10 (7:20 PM and 10 seconds) on the 20th of the month, but what do I know?

Not much. :)

I bet the 7 has a white background for the AM and a black background for the PM.

Pure guess.
 

petkr

New member
Sherpa
I think its 19:20:10 (7:20 PM and 10 seconds) on the 20th of the month, but what do I know?

Not much. :)

I bet the 7 has a white background for the AM and a black background for the PM.

Pure guess.
it is correct, except there is no difference between AM and PM. I guess the wheel would be to big with 24 positions.
 

petkr

New member
Sherpa
Taking the Sherpa Guide on a trip...
Putting the CET one hour (24h division) to the left of noon (because of summertime) turning the 24 on the internal bezel to the zone where I am (Melbourne soo Sidney it is, and I really needed my glasses for this bit) and I can read the time at home (05:45) with the 24 hour hand.
It is such a beutifull hardcoded app..... and soo simple....Oh, and I can put the red arrow when i have to be somewhere..
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SteveHarris

Administrator
Staff member
Enicaristi
Sherpa
They are brilliant pieces of kit, aren't they.

I've been meaning to pick up a well worn Guide for a while as a holiday beater that I don't have to worry about :)
 

petkr

New member
Sherpa
They are brilliant pieces of kit, aren't they.

I've been meaning to pick up a well worn Guide for a while as a holiday beater that I don't have to worry about :)
Actually, I think some watches, i.e. some tool watches, ages well, and looks good, or even better, in a well patinated state, like a pair of worn jeans...since you can imagine the adventures they have been through..
 
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kazrich

Member
Sherpa
That's a lovely Guide. Love the piano tuning fork hands.
Are Guides supposed to have cross hatch crowns ? Seems half do and half dont.
How do you like this bracelet ?

 

petkr

New member
Sherpa
That's a lovely Guide. Love the piano tuning fork hands.
Are Guides supposed to have cross hatch crowns ? Seems half do and half dont.
How do you like this bracelet ?

No idea, but mine do have crosshatched crowns.
Wow! Normally I am not to much into steel braceletts, but these are really beutifull!
 

Hugger69

New member
Hi there,
I found a couple of places in the site where to show your collection so I really don´t know which one to start with, but here I am! :p
My interest in Enicars is just a couple of months old and I´m more into the funky stuff rather than the real expensive Enicars but here is my collection so far and in no particular order:

Enicar Automatic with AR 2167 and how cool isn´t this - bilingual:
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NOS Enicar Automatic Star Jewels with AR 165, my wifes:
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Enicar Sherpa Lady with AR 871 ? , also my wifes:
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Enicar ref 173-01-01 "Jumping Hour" with AS 2073, one of my favourites:
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NOS Enicar MRO with AR 161:
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Enicar Mumbai with AR 167:
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Enicar Sherpa Date with AR 1141 and beatiful black dial:
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Enicar Sherpa Star with AR 1145 and box:
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Enicar Sherpa Super-DIVETTE with AR 167:
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paulb12

Member
Enicaristi
Sherpa
Hi there,
I found a couple of places in the site where to show your collection so I really don´t know which one to start with, but here I am! :p
My interest in Enicars is just a couple of months old and I´m more into the funky stuff rather than the real expensive Enicars but here is my collection so far and in no particular order:

Enicar Automatic with AR 2167 and how cool isn´t this - bilingual:
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NOS Enicar Automatic Star Jewels with AR 165, my wifes:
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Enicar Sherpa Lady with AR 871 ? , also my wifes:
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Enicar ref 173-01-01 "Jumping Hour" with AS 2073, one of my favourites:
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NOS Enicar MRO with AR 161:
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Enicar Mumbai with AR 167:
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Enicar Sherpa Date with AR 1141 and beatiful black dial:
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Enicar Sherpa Star with AR 1145 and box:
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Enicar Sherpa Super-DIVETTE with AR 167:
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Great roster!
 
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