Trying to stay warm in Texas...y’all stay safe!
Hope so, also. My first one (The polished version) was spot-on perfect. The second one had a bad crown/winder. The current one was slow and RGM regulated it. So hopefully it is good. If not, I'll sell it.
Funny, my least expensive watch, my LIMES Endurance is spot on to the second every day - it has the same Selitta movement as the 104.
I'll post pics tomorrow - gotta run to my weekly pool tournament!
Last day on my wrist for the GS.
Switching back to vintage Ω this afternoon . . .
Speaking from the experience. Syberian Husky would suffice
Today the first watch I bought on OF from a very nice member arrived! Light ist bad but I have to share a pic now so here it is, a Prätina on my wife's wrist, I like
And yes it is my evil plan to get her also into watches
Chillin with Matti... my daughter calls her Snoopy sometimes so...why not
Sticking with 'Smiths' for the wee small hours,
This watch is a beast in full metal mode.
An afternoon shift into full-on professional mode, with the Speedy Pro as companion. I'm doing mandatory, annual safety training (online this year) which has to add up to at least 8 hours -- the Speedmaster is tracking my cumulative training time.
Of course, it's not mandatory to utilize a three-register Swiss chronograph to monitor training progress. But it can make it a little more interesting
Been looking for one of these for a while, off to Chris for some TLC........
1950 Tissot bumper. A little gem.
It's-3 and getting colder
You must work at a think tank.
Meanwhile on the planet of Hoth - at least is beginning to feel that way! - 1979 Heuer “Monnin” Ref.844 - cal. FE4611-A
On 13 April 1961, Yuri Gagarin made the first manned flight in outer space on the rocket, Vostok 1. In honour of this achievement, the Petrodvorets Watch Factory named its watches "Rocket"; Raketa in Russian. Over the years, the Petrodvorets Watch Factory has produced more than two dozen versions of Raketa movements. Some have been equipped with features such as this 24-hour model for polar explorers, submarines, pilots, military, scientists and a cosmonauts in space.
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