No - these pocket watches had their own fully fleshed caliber.
Wow! I have never seen such a movement. The rose gold plated cocks/bridges/plates are interesting too. Thanks for the movement shot.
It's been a while since I've worn my waffled Tudor! Is that a sign that I should start thinking about letting it go?
Got it back yesterday from Spa
I think the last time on my wrist at Speedy-Tuesday before i have to say goodbye.
It was a good time Mr. White
Blue skies on Speedy Tuesday
This was my first really nice watch, which I bought to mark my deployment to Afghanistan in 2013. Mulled over a number of varieties of Speedmasters, including the "ordinary" Pro and some vintage models, but in the end this one won out. Today I'm glad I didn't go with the Pro, as it's a version I think I'd rather own in an older reference.
2506 / 30T2 SC
Morning guys thought I would give my hami a day out circa 1999...
Fresh back from Omega, and rocking a new Green Kevlar strap for Speedy Tuesday.
Wearing my new acquiring today, very existing about this one
I have so often wanted to pull the trigger on one of these... But I'm still unsure what I feel about them!
I'm with you.
I went looking for one in the sub £1,000 bracket - then chucked in an Omega service, and a new strap... and saw the price slowly creep up.
But having done a lot of due diligence, I didn't feel comfortable owning a series 1 X-33 out of warranty... so the service option (with 24 months WW warranty), feels like good value.
It wears really nicely, the kevlar is going to take some bedding in, and I know this is the series 2 strap, but I like it a lot more than the series 1 with the double rib.
The prices seem to have settled down now, and some sellers are trying to push the price back towards £2k - but with Skywalkers coming up used for £2,500 that's a big ask.
Car washing this morning and it is freezing
1958 ref 2846 cal 501:
Haha. Great scene! Peewee meets Cheech & Chong!
Left one today!
My first Hesalite Speedy Tuesday! Woo hoo!
Good morning. The '55 Gubelin Ipsomatic today. Have a good day
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