Dennis, congratulations on the new arrival. It looks lovely. Wear it in good health
Thanks guys! I'm a sucker for good dial work.
It has a simple ETA 2892-A2 with a calendar module on top. You can tell what it is by the hub of the rotor:
At 38 mm, it's nearly the perfect size. My only complaint is the radial flip of the date numbers.
Well. How about that. So... You can now message me the list of the ones up for trade.
I already moved the ones I needed to. This Chronoswiss is my stop gap / trial watch. First I gotta see how much I like the calendar & moonphase. If I do, then once my real world responsibilities are all taken care of I can wear this until I save up enough cash to get a similar Breguet or JLC. Who knows, it might end up being a keeper!
No! I need the list
Oh yeah - a logo buckle too:
Congratulations. Looks like we'll be seeing a lot of this.
Yeah, but we'll get a break from that boring VC.
Oh wow, that dial is AWESOME
1966 Seamaster 300m
I suspect the Portofino's wrist time will suffer. Maybe I'll start calling it the Poor-tofino.
Sorry about that. I'll stop terrorizing you guys with that horrendous ShopNBC thing.
...... or not.
I take this is one less dibs on that VC to worry about
Duh! Of course I'm wearing the new arrival.
For work on Wednesday - the Piaget reference 912 caliber 9P:
Looks a little big on your wrist.
Uh huh. Fish eye effect of macro my friend. Nice try though.
Dream on Terrapin boy
IWC Ingenieur today, from -65
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