I’m sticking with the Speedy today.
New acquisition - 1955 Helvetia manual cal 830. Nice!
Omega Constellation OT 2853 de luxe cal 505 ~ 1956!
What the heck, it still keeps time....
Bought this odd 70s Glycine diver from Analog/Shift back before they went legit. Can’t find much in the way of info about it online, and it doesn’t get much time on the wrist. But when it does, I always enjoy the cushion case and the radial finish on the dial.
Less than three hours to go, and I am ready.
So yesterday I had a picture of me wearing my vostok as I rebuilt my screen door. I put in new joints, put in a new screen and put it in. It’s moving very rough I thought it was the difference in size in the new joints I put in but today I put on a nicer watch as my wife is dragging me along on some activities but I looked on the deck and found why my screen door isn’t moving right, Mr. handyman forgot a wheel.
Engine bay done!...
Ref 2639 on a rock, lying softly agains the lichen
Seamaster on its new NATO that I received from my kids as a birthday present last week.
Life is nice with beads of rice.
Speedmaster cal. 1045
Sporting an Explorer II and a fresh mosquito bite...
Omega Speedmaster Automatic reference 176.0014 from the 70's. When I first started getting serious about watches, after getting the moon Speedy, this was my 2nd grail Omega because I loved the TV dial so much.
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