Sub Saturday for me too ,
Chronodato in the sun
Back on it's original bracelet and looking like the solid tool watch it is
Constellation de luxe ~1956
Birthyear triple six Sea Dweller today
Enjoying the new guy...
Salutations from my Hamilton Ventura Electric.
a bit too rough at hockey last night, feeling a bit black and blue
Dunno why this doesn't get more wrist time - it's a little bland looking but it feels great on; it's so solid you could drive nails in with it!
Seiko 6139-7002 from December 1972. Acquired for about 20% of what it cost me to get it serviced and running
I do love this watch:
Those beautiful Big Eyes! 1960's Universal Geneve Uni-Compax "Big Eye" Ref. 884100/02 (UG Cal.125) & 1960's Seaboard-Yacht Chronograph - Valjoux 7733, 3rd edition blue dial. Manufactured for & sold by Seaboard Marine Supply Co. out of Islip, NY on Long Island.
Something has to be said about this dial/hands configuration combined with the blue insert which I've always thought to be amongst the most attractive of all brands of classic sports watches.
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