Cool set so far! I love that you have some uncommon pieces in the mix.
Seven Days, Seven Divers
On any given day, it's likely that the designer and maker of this watch, Paul Scurfield, is working at his job somewhere in the North Sea, 150 meters below the surface.
Also -- Happy Isofrane Friday!
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Universal Geneve FS Italian Railroad watch
And wanna know something else? I've got enough divers for another seven days
Giving this one a spin today. HAGD All!
Took a photo of Friday's choice this morning, but forgot to post it until now. It's the oldest Omega I've worn in Omega week I'm having here, a Jumbo with 30T2 movement from 1944 on a vintage pigskin strap which was new unused when I got it, but needs a cleaning now.
Five years ago when I first installed the strap.
A movement shot taken by my watchmaker which reminds me that this one's due a routine service.
The most comfortable watch:
The Lunar Pilot got the call this morning.
Things have been crazy here in DC, I’m taking next week off, I’m heading to the beach! Ready to Rollie into a vacation!
Last day in rotation for . . .
. . . the '62 SM.
Since the original is basically unobtainium, I am happily wearing this
TGIF! My Redball today...
We fear no Polywatch
Great value they are, by sheer coincidence I bought exactly that watch last week in the UK during a high street jewellers sale. I fancied a new holiday pool watch and I can’t see things in the UK getting cheaper anytime soon so I bought it. Yours Looks great on the NATO.
Lovely dial, is it enamel or porcelain? I’m a little obsessed about owning one and have been only eyeing Seiko models.
Minus 11 outside. Time for a vintage diver?
Something a bit different....
Military issue Ghurka
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