Vintage 57GS. 1967.
Evening and it's that Geneve again
Still breaking in the flat-link.
Türler branded manual wind watch,
red sweep second, lumed hands,
Arabic numbers, hours and outer min/sec.
Case: 32,5mm. Case No. 59755
(If someone would know it, very much
welcome to let me know! Thank You very much!)
Bought it beginning 1980s on a fleemarket.
It wears quite small with it 32,5mm case, compared to my beloved Seamaster Polaris with a 32mm case!
A well patinated watch deserves a well patinated wristbelt!
Have a great Friday, everyone!
Chuc Mung Nam Moi to our members from Vietnam, which I know there are at least five of.
Been wearing this most of the week!
Been getting my money's worth out of this guy. On the wrist for the past 2 weeks non stop.
This just arrived on our doorstep this afternoon: the Mojito -- the last installment of the 38.5mm 'Cocktail Trio'. It was actually a Valentine's Day gift from Mrs.Jones -- she takes such good care of me! (and I gifted her a fully decked-out Gen 6 Apple Watch)
As intriguing as these watches look in photos, that is no comparison to how they look when on the wrist -- especially out in the sunlight. Seiko just crushes it. Again.
Love this pic showing the 8 BPS, of this 28,800 BPH ETA movrement.
Xīnnián hǎo Gōngxǐ fācái and HAGD to you all.
OMG a fragmentation device on your wrist!!
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The presage series of Seiko are really lovely watches!
And, if I may say, You seem to have a well caring wife!
Is a 0C and bura here in Istra... brrr
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