My first vintage watch, the text and markers have a more vivid color, my iPhone kind of muted the colors.
Mad Dogging today (or is that no longer a thing on OF)
Wearing this for fun
but needed to wear this one to keep track of a meeting agenda
That's cool, interestingly enough I have a similar story, I also bought a Tag 200m professional chrono, quartz (back then I didn't know the difference) during a layover in Singapore but in '94. It was also my first decent watch and it was 22 years before I brought another, and it's a keeper. Its at a watchmaker for a battery change, I'll post when I get it back.
Inspired by @Walrus's nice pickup yesterday, enjoying the King Seiko 5626-7041 - keeping PERFECT time after winding and setting 24 hours ago.
Just wrapped up my first vaccine dose
The iconic Deep Blue by Favre-Leuba From 1965 - Calibre FL1152. What’s your favorite attribute? Sector dial, arrow hands, round date between 4 & 5, bakelite bezel, grey dial with applied logo, 38mm size? All the great vintage cue’s wrapped-up in one killer piece!
Divers together,,,,in the wrong place
I really regret selling mine and would love to get a replacement for it
It's a MuDu Monday where I am diving into straightening up a cluttered shed that we only installed 45 days ago.
Very cool watch…and welcome to the forum…..
Never far from a Seiko
It’s brick day! Omega MegaBrickMegaQuartz
My pal has the same Turn-o.
Inherited from his Grandfather, serviced by my watchmakers in '08 and '17. Not sure if I've seen another similar 'til now.
I made this in 10 minutes last summer while the original bracelet was in the shop for an extra link. I never wore it but will have it in the event of a zombie apocalypse.
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