Shhh .... we've all been there. It's OK. It's not your fault.
Speedy O'Clock Bar
all up in ya grill
Man today is a long day, glad to have this one on the wrist. Finally took the time to file some generic endlinks to accept the original bracelet. Not too bad a fit!
Office shot...needed a second one for the view
Not mine unfortunately. Quite a cool pièce though
Full of wine, chilling with the hounds watching The Walking Dead
At first I was confused by this, and then I thought - Yes of course, you're a pilot, and naturally interested in wind direction and so forth. Might be tough to fit one of these in your pocket
You can always attach it to a hard hat with a strap, you would need to add a swing out mirror for checking time and the wind direction.
Sometimes a watch gets you through the crap of this world. Occasionally looking at my 1976 Hamilton GG-W-113 while banging out e-mails on a Friday night is keeping me sane! Glow baby glow!
Casual retirement Friday saw the '44 vintage Omega removed so left wrist could slip beneath the bass strap for playing Irish and Scottish tunes on a musette-tuned accordion that is also vintage.
Swapped the OEM bracelet for steel mesh. Impossible to dampen the look of a beautiful Panda - even on a cold and rainy day!
Loving this little guy. Turns out it had 19mm lugs though. Who would have thought.
Tropical beater today:
Missing my vintage though, but they don't miss this humidity!
I think this a great brand , good value , should get more interest
A switcheroo to my newest modern watch, the 'Diver Sixty-Five' with Oris' Deauville dial:
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