I cant’t say how much I like this one!
Maybe a shot of the bike?...
Ha ha annoying piling of wording. I don’t want to drag WRUW off topic but I just put on my only non vintage diver due to heavy rain today. You are obviously an experienced diver dude I hardly splash around in a pool, are these seiko 007 respected as a real dive watch?
Day 4 with the Glashütte Original SeaQ 39,5mm in green. Had saved up for this for some time and it is my absolute favourite watch by far. I would take this over a Submariner or any steel sports watch any day of the week.
From a recent road trip to TX.
Yes, without doubt that is a very capable dive watch. I'd take it to 40m depth without any concern at all.
Holton Professional auto. Heat sealed NATO from Miltat.
Finally cool enough weather for the convertible :
echo/neutra Cortina 1956 HW Chrono.
I like watches with alternate numerals - here's my '46 Omega Cal. 30.10 bumper - saves having to balance the XI against I on the dial.
Picked this up a couple hours ago from a local estate. Looks nice once its cleaned.
Time for some highlights
This GS today
A blustery day on the Maine coast.
16710 … HAGD All!
The green dial is fabulous!
I saw a bumper sticker on a Triumph 3A at a vintage race a while ago.
It read: All of the parts falling off this car are of original British manufacture.
But surely Lotus bolted their autos together better than that!
Bracelet is on order. Rubber strap looks cool (I think, at least), but sweats like a horse. Plus I’m sort of all about bracelets now, after ages of only natos on my steel watches.
Watch maker's out for the holidays so I get to wear this for a few more days.
Its running pretty slow...+/-2min/day but...
I think the Bonklip is working well though.
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