Roger that, dude...good times!
Film time with my 16800....
Very, very, very Nice watch!
And I mean VERY Nice!
Youngtimer. must be the age difference
Not really wearing any of these I just got in. They were ultra budget watches, not running and with various issues. Three are running now, but the one I really wanted to keep has a broken staff. It’s the super clunky Eastman (apparently a venture without Mr Kodak) with THREE rotating bezels. That's right SUPER DELUXE SEAWATCH. It’s a one jewel, but if anyone recognizes the movement, I’m hoping to either find a staff and re staff it or find a donor movement. Any help is appreciated. The Dorset has a nice movement. They must have been upper end catalog watches.
WWII Hamilton with issued SS metal strap.
Crusty - 1970’s DOXA Sub 300 T “Searambler” Diver - Cal. 2783 from the Synchron era.
Costco wine is surprisingly tasty
Dornblüth 99.1M movement photo . . .
. . . as requested. And yes, still on my wrist today.
Baumgartner 866 in the Eastman.
It was “take your Squale to work day”.
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