Putting this for this evening..1990's Tudor Chronograph
'40s Hamilton Brock today. At a neighborhood cafe.
The GS is back on the wrist today, really getting a kick out of lately for some reason...
Heading out to the disco... I mean pizza parlour.
Working my a** off
Wakmann, the 1 that started the craze for Vintage pieces.Saw this @ a GTG I attended & showed interest,couple months l8r Colin @ gophishin contacted me thru a p/m & a deal was made.
Great looking Walkman, William!
Needed a bit of color today
Big Doxa fan here had many over the years. Last 1 was a 5000T pro.
I started with the 1200T Pro but found the dial too small for me. I then got the 1500T Pro and loved the proportions but it was just a beast and a bit too heavy to wear. Then I got this 800Ti and it has the same proportions of the 1500T that I love and the lighter weight of Titanium. Plus the cool tritium tubes. It's the Goldilocks of watches for me. This one is JUST right.
Still enjoying this little beauty. Bulova Snorkel "Devil Diver" 666 Feet (Bulova Cal. 11ALACD) ca.1967 on original advertisement from the same year.
With the Longines earlier today decided to pull out an inexpensive 'Services' for the evening.
Fifty years younger than the Longines but with a simple movement that keeps good time, just don't keep it in the bedroom as the noise would waken the dead.
Why do I have it ? condition plus it is another piece of UK watch history.
your killing me here chief damn good looking[emoji122]
[emoji122] Congratulations looks great on you. The Blue is on my short list
New acquisition. AirKing 14000
Because it's bad a$$
Cloudy weather is perfect for race day, since I'm spending it mostly on the couch anyways!
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