I've seen police caps, not sure what country, and a Scottish uniform cap with the red and white checkered bands.
Looked it up ,its a Sillitoe Tartan . American police use a two row band , usually blue and white while UK police use a three row band.
IIRC the TIN TIN reference comes from markings on a rocket, perhaps a nod to the RAF. Found one image of an RAF dress uniform cap with red and white checked band.
Colors vary with London Police and an Australian ambulance service using three row red and white.
New boots for the tool with the new boy for a background
UG Ref #22543
I think they must have coated this watch with some addictive substance because, I still cannot get it off my wrist. Despite all the other pretty faces.
Oh, and the band that came with it is surprisingly comfortable.
I know, in another thread, a number of members have criticized this watch’s price point. I can make an argument that the ceramic case justifies a good portion of what it costs over IWC’s other three hand pilot watches. But clearly I have paid for exclusivity, which can be difficult to value objectively. At least they only made 500, not 2,000 or 5,000, like some manufacturers we know.
“The heart wants what the heart wants.” While most may not share my infatuation with this watch, everyone here understands the underlying concept/problem. Akin to irresistible impulse. Right?
Heaven help us all. Watch Collectors Anonymous here I come.
Is Tudor Thursday a thing?
A late entry...
Biggest snow to hit my area this late in February in the last 125yrs.
It looks like you could drag through hell and it would come looking beautiful as new
From my Instagram today
A great shot beautiful timepiece
Habring2 X Massena Lab
Saw this on a billboard and had to have it so 20 years later
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