I definitely agree! I have one as well and love it!
Angry lake today. My turn to check on the fleet.
It is on my radar... I'm happy already with my Superman, but I do like the yellow touch and exclamation point of this one.
Green strap day ...
Orange skies in Oregon. Its raining ashes.
Is this a good watch for an apocalypse?
Yeah it’s little things like the sapphire glass (covering the black insert) on the bezel, the the tapered H link and the way the spacing between the “exclamation and it’s’s dot” forms a circle under the minute track. The pin/tube removal on the H links were a total pain in the rear.. but that’s nit picking at the $750 range.
As long as I know where north is I’m good
Wearing my stainless & gold Rolex Date.
I bought this watch new from an AD in Reims, France in 1984.
It's been a great watch all these years.
145.022-69 Speedmaster with home made leather strap.
New to me, a 1954/5 Smiths De Luxe A454, the “Antarctic” model. Been hunting one for a while and I’m over the moon with it:
Old Speedy out on a hike.
CITIZEN 62-6198 Challenge 150M Diver
Recently back from routine service and ticking away nicely. Special thanks to @Vanallard for the WM recommendation.
Tuesday at the workstation.
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