Thank you. I sold a Speedy Pro to buy it. Some people may frown on that, but I have no doubt I made the right choice.
First Rolex I ever saw and thought "I'd wear that." Very nice.
My only blue dial at this time.
Just these two right now.
Same dial... Totally different look...
There's been a few......
I know I'm missing a couple at least - a Bulova and a Longines for sure.
Just posted up my Kontiki in another thread:
Today I wore the Wittnauer chrono:
My SeaGull tourbillon:
And one I gave my nephew to wear in his wedding (his choice over vintage Omega ), an Aevig Huldra:
...and one I'd like to have one day, but I seem to have lost the pic of when I tried it on! (hint: has a green sapphire crystal)
I didn't know you had an Electric Blue SM Doug. They're pretty damn cool.
Yep, I bought that one, my first Connie bumper 354, and my '58 Seamaster 2846 all in a matter of the first 3 days on the Forum..
I guess it kinda got lost in the vintage carpe ho!
Here's a couple more for you including the Globemaster, which Forbes now consider to be a "Power Watch", whatever that means.
My two blue watches
Here are a few! I really like the macro shots from my AT skyfall.
My blue GO
Here is my Omega Aqua Terra. I thought I'd get sick of the blue dial, but that hasn't been the case whatsoever.
I forgot a few watches in my previous post. The NOMOS was stolen between April 1st and 5th while in the hands of FedEX. They're still investigating, so I didn't think to post it until this issue is resolved. The whole experience soured my love for the watch, and trying to decide on taking the money or watch # 75/75.
Then I have some cheaper blue dial watches laying around, including a vintage SKX009 automatic, a tw- tone Invicta Automatic, and an Orient Blue Mako XL Automatic.
Here is a nice iwc yacht club fr sale!,,,
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