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One of my petty annoyances, has been the vostok  case. With the exception  of the amphibia, they are pretty  cheap.A recent trip to the salvation  army netted me a solar  pulsar  with a bad cell.. what  you see is the result  of my brain "storm" .A nicely  regulated  2234 with  its retainer  ring altered a bit and a different  crystal. Nice stainless  case and bracelet..now I have to do something  about  that  dial.

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