"What time is it?" ("Game time!!!")
hurry! time to do some house work before the little one wakes up!
Thanks for the kind words Kyle. I've ignored Rolex for the great majority of my collecting years. But something snapped when I saw the one that CajunTiger was selling here a few months ago...
Caliber 1020, mid 1970s to early 80s, this one needed a home a few years ago. Right time, right place. Mine now. This watch is all original (I have to be careful when I say that as some hawk-eyed viewer will call me on it if it's not). It had very little wear in the hands of its one previous owner. Bracelet in excellent shape, thanks be, as it would be difficult/impossible to replace!
Took me a bit to find. But finally got this puppy.
Yes I am at it right now. Exhausting...
Is that TV equipped with similar reverse lights?
YES! It relaxes the eyes so I can watch TV for days without getting sore eyes.
1625 from 1962
That's a beauty!
His TV-faced brother says hi!
Some culture with the Jardur this evening.
Love me a good Speidel on a vintage Longines. Most comfortable bracelet by far. Reminds me of my grandfather and his watches, which is a total bonus. The really cheap expansions pull my arm hair out, but the nicer ones don't seem to have that issue.
Love me a good Speidel on a vintage Longines. This was the original bracelet for this watch. No-name 23Z in 14K white gold. Most comfortable bracelet by far. Reminds me of my grandfather and his watches, which is a total bonus.
You may know already that I love blue watches. This is an Aquastar Benthos 500 in the rarer blue configuration, ref. 1002.
The movement is an A. Schild cal. AS1902 enhanced by a fly-back minutes counter. The orange minutes hand is started and reset by the pusher at 4 and stops after one revolution.
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