Oh yea those'll do
Do we have to take both, or can I have just one
What is "PAF"?
Beautiful pieces by the way.....
Peruvian Air Force ........IIRC
I believe in this case they are Pakistan Air Force
and these guys have such high opinion of their aircraft that they spec out a Seamaster? Figure on a dunking do they? Not encouraging.
I think I'll hold out for someone that specs a Speedmaster..... at least we know they think they'll be going fast instead of swimming.
They're only Seamasters in name really, notice the lack of a bezel and Railmaster style case instead
I'd rather have a Seamaster on my wrist if I were in the need to bail out of a plane into the sea... won't be measuring how fast I fall if I were an ejecting fighter pilot of the day
The "dunking" part probably accounts for the patina on these watches.
The Peruvian Air Force is FAP, what with them stubbornly insisting on using a foreign language (Fuerza Aérea del Perú)
Just looking closely at the one on the left, is that a sandwich dial?
Actually they both look like it.
I didn't realise Omega used those, is the 2913 a sandwich dial?
The lume is in wells recessed in the dial while the numbers and letters are painted on.
Ah interesting, its not something I've ever noticed until seeing the re-issue teasers and then this pic in the OP
I am glad I add IIRC in my (embarassing...) statement. Otherwise I might have to put blame on Google
Put 'FAP' in Google, and it ain't the Peruvian Air Force that comes up!
Awesome duo. If you ever want to sell one, let me know, I'd be keen, aka "dibs".
Any military caseback engravings?
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