Timing experiments with my first 321!
Seamaster 176.007, cal. 1040, 1973
Heuer cal 22.
Date change day. Change ‘em if you got ‘em!
On this 40 year old that’s done similarly to a modern cal 8500 where the crown in position 2 is used to advance the hour hand 24 hours. The minute and seconds hands are not interrupted.
Now that that’s done…I think I’ll wear it today! YaY!
My wife hates this one. She says it looks like I got it in Chinatown. Bracelet or leather it doesn't matter to her. Just not a watch for her. I like it.
Grey skies, grey metal
So should have bought the one from Barking Mad when I had the chance!!!!
I thought it would be fun to put together a space-themed composition today. The photo in the background shows astronaut Charlie Duke's (Apollo 16) sample scoop resting against a breccia boulder on the lunar surface. The rock specimen in the foreground is also a piece of volcanic breccia that I picked up while prospecting in Northern California a few months ago. I distinctly remember thinking of the Apollo astronauts' excited description of finding breccia on the Moon, when I found this terrestrial version of the same kind of rock.
Decided to go a bit 'Bond' this evening
Love it when people go the extra mile with their WRUW shots! Very cool.
"Loches" France today with the Sub for company.
One of my favorite things about this forum is how international it is. While many of you are winding down your day, it's still morning here in Seattle.
My other favorite thing are the watches. And this is my favorite of the watches I own.
Nothing on TV...so I look at this one...
New strap from @jankoxx
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