Not my rarest or most expensive, but one of my very favorites. This one gets a lot of wrist time.
Is it a later .012 or a .022-68? Lume is great color.
Where did you find a two piece perlon? Looks great.
This is a transitional 145.022-68. And yeah, the lume is outstanding. Was very lucky to find it.
Thank You...It's the provided OEM
Something about old Speedmaster Professionals - hell, even newer ones. They just never want to leave your wrist! I find myself in the same situation with my -67...
Two months from brand new and not one scratch on the clasp or anyplace else. It is always under a pullover or an item of clothing, it tapped a door twice but was under the pullover.
Although it is still Monday here in Holland I would say that it is all ready speedytuesday somewhere else ;-)
I'm was not wearing my Speedy Gonzales for a few minutes...because a plastic NASA astronaut was wearing my Speedy Gonzales...on my replica NASA strap...at the Orlando International Airport (MCO). Luckily, I was able to get my Speedy Gonzales back so I could wear it at the office...following a strap change from the replica NASA strap to the Rothco protective strap.
A 1960s 9ct gold offering from Garrard. The oldest jewellery house in the world and home to the Crown Jeweller.
Second watch today. Decided to swap this one for the Ploprof 1200.
This is my project watch. It's a 166.091, with service dial/hands. Love the big bulky case on this one.
Back to office in Singapore still with this one
I just saw this pop up in my watched threads email and had to comment. Just a beautiful piece and lovely photo.
Opened the safe this morning and this one was desperate to make a bid for freedom
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