Going vintage Longines again.
Glad to see you still have my watch
It's safe with me...
Seamasters Rule! (saying this with all sincerity, I hope I don't start a war here )
No worries. No matter how many Constellations or Centenaries I go through, I'll always have a soft spot for the 50's Seamaster models.
Had this on yesterday morning and still lovin' it...
Always love it when the "Seamaster" text is so much more pronounced than the rest of the text on these dial
Agreed! I liked this watch when I first saw it for sale but having it in hand ...its just such a solid piece, for its ~ 34mm size it has a much bigger presence on the wrist. Its also my first bumper movement, and am loving it. Since joining this forum I have strayed out of my usual sixties omegas into the fifties and am very happy I have...
I'll join you for this evening with some 2-tone-silver steel action.
SM 2767 cal. 354 chronometer
Seems I'm following a trend.. my earlier hankering for gold has been replaced this afternoon by a craving for waffles (and Seamasters)
Tribute to the past, Ref. 6285 (1955):
Not far from Geneva ;-)
Love all the waffles...keep them coming! looking forward to a recent Seamaster waffle purchase arriving shortly.
After selling all my Datejusts,Submariners and GMT- Masters I came to this....
a real vintage looking Blackbay
That is very unique. Toying with the original moonwatch or the red racing stripe one.
Someone in Canada is about to receive MY waffle
Sandy took me for some walkies, wouldn't it be great if an iPhone could give some depth of field - maybe it can ?
A tribute to Alex and his Gladiators - Scottish fishers
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