Classic Seiko Diver......soon to be modded into a Rally Diver
I have no idea what that even is, but its a bit C-Case Omega, a bit Roulette bezel Zodiac, and a bit Seiko, very 1970s looking, they don't make em like that these days. Is that bezel plexiglass or something?
Wow, how do you find these things Ray. I need to hang out more with you. You're more then welcome over anytime for a beer or a Bundy rum
PS., bring watches
'67 Seamaster Chronostop reference 145.007 caliber 865:
You don't have Bundy
So says you.
New arrival - non Omega:
Hamilton Piping Rock
From the Philippines, via China, S. Korea and Alaska.
I wish I could get frequent flyer miles on this,
Very nice, and a change of pace. Early mode and correct hands, White or Yellow?
Here's my white
I happen to like this style better in yellow. Been waiting a long time to get one.
Need to find some 16mm female springbars. Are they readily avaliable?
Can't remember, but one of the guys on VWF should be able to help you out fast.
This one just added. details here: http://omegaforums.net/threads/seamaster-2791-6.1318/
Bezel is probably plastic. This watch is probably 70s. The Deep Blue was part of a series of watches which started in the early 60s when Favre Leuba produced a watch with an altimeter/barometer feature (Bivouac) and then followed up with the first Deep Blue which was water proof to 200M and then the Bathy, which incorporated a depth gauge. Another group of watches to collect some day.
Yeah, you need to buy a motorcycle
Swung by the watchmaker and picked up the Speedmaster, now with the correct dial on it. So on the wrist it went.
I'll be wearing this later today (check out more photos I took in the Watch Photography section of the forum)...
'69 AP Classique caliber 2003
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