I don't really mind the cyclops, but one could change to a tropic (non-cyclops) crystal if desired. A lot of collectors seem to (esp. for the Subs and Day-Dates).
It`s saturday evening and I`m on duty:
Omega Geneve Calendar, 18 Karat yellow-gold.
Working on the boat today so the old SD was a natural choice.
Evening change - tbh find this very attractive - As shameless as ever
Going out for the evening...
First nice weekend day in a very long while
greetings from a similar watch to yours, this time with really original dial:
Ofair Geneve, SS, Valjoux 72.
Today I will be mostly wearing my Apollo Soyuz Speedy with Meteorite Dial. I love this watch when the sun catches it.
Nice. What's under the hood - 562 or 50x?
Newest acquisition, a modest one, yet very difficult to find without significant wear. The original 2-tone gilt dial is superb. This is a 1941 Hamilton Russell in 10K gold fill. cal. 987A.
This one get from me. I think it is better than Aventurine.
Greetings from the Mayan Riviera..
You need a tropic 38.
That feminine touch...
it`s Cal.562, Ref. 14703-2. Movement 17233XXX.
Poor man`s Patek:
Nice Alpina, purchased NOS.
Living dangerously today - heading to an auction
What kind of auction?
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