Been timing our twice-daily socially distant neighborhood walks so my son can log it for “gym class”
Speedy Tuesday...birth year 1964 Echo Whiskey on an Omega black coated nylon fabric NATO.
@hejsam posted a beautiful Kontiki earlier today having a wonderful curvaceous case, and knockout patina....and I thought, I’ve seen that case before....I think I have something similar, somewhere.... Not nearly as nice as @hejsam Kontiki, but it is what is on my wrist today....thanks for the inspiration!
Scenes from the upside down. Senior hours at Costco. The new bread lines
hamilton mechanical military
Swiss made 1950’s Hamilton/Illinois
New arrival, gave it a spin (indoors of course, still in isolation).
Juvenia ref. 8942 with Peseux 7001 movement. I have seen Longines (from the 1970s presumably) with identical cases. 33mm wide,this watch is 5.5 mm thin -- including the glass!
Quite an uncommon variant today, a steel 2652 with hobnail dial and rose gold furniture. I've got it on a pseudo Zenith GF/ladder look bracelet that I picked up for €20 on EBay
Solidarity at Home: Day 020
Yup, it's that day of the week.
Our heart goes out to everyone who has lost a loved one, friend or colleague, or is suffering physically or financially in this pandemic.
Oui!! That’s the ONE @Lou P !!
Love the checkered racing version of the Speedy too!!!
Rolex it is for the rest of the day
That also is a wonderful curvy case, love those 3-6-9-12 indexes aswell!
Remembering Jim Clark 4 March 1936 – 7 April 1968
No Hamilton connection that I know, just what I'm wearing today.
Yes, you have to remove it before flight... but there’s no flights nowdays
My 145.012-67 produced March 15 1968 and delivered to Denmark for this Speedy Tuesday!
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