My transitional tropical 007 followed by the blue heron I’ve been seeing on hikes lately
Dirk Pitt's choice
Wading into the deep end of the watch box again today, 1929-1931 “Prentice”. Bulova movements from the 1920s-1940s have date code symbols denoting their production year. This one is a bit of an oddity in that it has date codes for both 1929 and 1930 — i.e., the symbols located up by the crown that look like a shield (1929) and something similar to an omega character (1930).
Picked out the opposite end of vintage ...
Seamaster 200 "compilation album" of Omega parts, aka WatchCo 166.0177
Getting in the Xmas spirit.
The sun is back, and the ‘61 is shining!
Dog leg time!
Croton CASD circa 1965.
Old school 16800 today ,
I don’t know if this was voted “The Most Bad Ass Dive Watch of ‘66”, but it should have been! - 1966 Enicar Sherpa Super-Dive - Ref. 144-35-02 - cal. AR-1145.
New work watch
Phlieger for Phriday...AWCI “Build A Watch School” ETA 6497-1...
Ratty old -78 on the 1450 with the obligatory December drinking glass.
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