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clepsydra Wrote in reply to:Vishal Wrote:Now, that I think is a mind blowing collection. Thank you for sharing !Vishal.Hi Vishal,You may find this hard to believe, but I still used celestial navigation on a couple of night flight across Southern Africa in the early 1970s, flying low and slow, using an astro-compass similar to this one. A whole different world from today's aviation. :-)
Vishal Wrote:Now, that I think is a mind blowing collection. Thank you for sharing !Vishal.
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The UK Greg Wrote:That is an impressive collection and congratulations for collecting a full set. Shame you only got the watch out of the EE Lightning though, would have been nice to have had one as personal transport! Although it's range was not great it could and did chase down Concorde and make life difficult for U2s at high altitude as well.
Time is a river without banks. Marc Chagall.
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bendy Wrote:Congrats on completing what is a sensation set, there is a lot of history sitting there in those watches!
JimmyR Wrote:Dedication to a tee...nice sight Tony, I know the feeling when they are all together. Thank goodness that the urge to collect all the different variations has passed me by, it leaves me with a little more maneuverability on my bank account ;-)...I recently found the 32mm gun camera for the MIG 15, of which I already had the watch (timing device), so now I also feel compelled to find an EE Lightning weapons radar camera clock, just for the sake of completeness ;-)That´s how one watch leads to another :-)Best RegardsJimmy
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