Forgot to add this on Friday.
I was checking the date on my Seiko so I could write down something on a pupils musicbook (he is 14) and then he turns to me and says:
"Wow, does your watch tell you the date??"
I go: "Yeah. Pretty cool huh?"
"Is it a battery or crystal watch?"
I say: "Have a look".
*Shows the automatic movement through the crystal caseback*
He goes: "OMG that is the coolest thing I have ever seen".
Made my day!
Raining cats and dogs so reached for the one that’s truly waterproof (even tho it’s from 1969...)
Seeing lots of X-33s on the ISS...YaY!
Count me in...woohoo!
Stormy weather coming in, It’s a 2531.80 day here
My shameful invicta the thing is huge runs perfect. The Miyota movement is working fine. Probably selling in a day or two.
Checking in on behalf of NASA Astronaut Michael Hopkins (shown here en route to the International Space Station), for Speedy Tuesday: just a plain ol' Speedy Pro on stainless steel.
Image Credit: NASA via Flickr
Another day wearing the new-to-me Seiko skx007.
It's such an easy watch to pick up and put on.
I like that strap...source?
... so I might be a little high after dinner, but this is the way the light hit the Speediorite on the night of the Leonids meteor shower :
Sourced from local WM.
Grandpa's watch today
Accompanying me in work today.
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