70's Pobeda bought NOS some time back, runs perfectly. Seldom worn before recently because I couldn't find a band I liked for it.
Now on a cheap but very sturdy, comfortable and nice looking grey band that compliments the dial perfectly.
Wenger quartz. Daily wearer. This came to me from wagudc as a gift for the add free membership.
Many thanks wagudc.
Great! Glad you are enjoying it. It looks good!
Recent acquisition. Tried it for a week on a brown strap, but the rust ecosuede Colareb strap was the way to go. @Syrte was right on the strap pairing.
Finding myself increasingly drawn to this:
One of the best executions of a date at 3 I’ve seen. Nice watch
Another one back from the watchmaker:
It’s a toss-up between two this weekend...
blowing the dust off of my vacation/beach/water watch
i think they call the the men in black frogman. watch is from the mid 1990's
My Relide watch with a 25 jewel Felsa HM 1560 automatic movement. My first vintage watch. A thrift shop find with a crystal so scratched I could barely see the dial. It turned out the dial was amazing, but a bunch of paint flaked off around 6:00 during service I still love it
Helvetia Cal 838 automatic, 1956. Surprise I know.
1963 Glycine Airman. I didn't get a picture, but I did find this picture from what will be exactly three years ago tomorrow.
The huge stiff canvas time+ Zulu/NATO strap is actually super comfortable in Tokyo's hot, humid summer weather, which hasn't really started in force yet.
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