Season’s greetings one and all.
Grey socal skies, so the g matches the color which was a present from two Christmas ago. Merry Christmas
No diving this evening
Chilling with my Skyfall AT
Damage was all to the crystal. Watch dropped onto a tile floor.
I dropped my first Omega onto the rough concrete floor of my garage. It survived with no visible damage, but I did suspect some internal so eventually it went to Bienne to check.
Suns out today, time for some gardening but probably not while wearing the GP
Massdrop x ArmourLite T100.
I was two-timin' today, you could call it Cyclops Sunday
This one while on a 12km stroll in the hills...
...and this one the rest of the time.
Recent addition to the collection, . . .
. . . second spin on my wrist.
I have a connie of roughly the same vintage with that same black dial patina. Was among the first vintage Omega’s I purchased years back, and I remember a few folks razzing me for the “poor condition” dial ... I thought it’s starry affect rather appropriate for a “Constellation.” Just as attractive on yours
Some after Christmas desk diving
The 58 for the 28th ,
A skinny wrist, developed after years of pen-pushing and page-turning, can make this watch look a very modern size
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