A brillant remake (from my own point of view)
A Grand alternative
I did have it on a bracelet but I think I like the strap better. I think that the bracelet overpowered the watch.
Speedmaster 105.003 -65 today
'Made in England' but I won't hold that against it
Good morning all. 1965 Seamaster 166.003 today.
I don’t wear this anymore because it’s running fast and doesn’t want to regulate. The watch costs more to service than to buy new. It has some sentimental value because I wore it overseas on one of my deployments, so I can’t toss it.
The King Seiko 4420-9990!
The 58 to start the week,
Been a week on the wrist and the new strap is breaking in nicely.
The elegant Max Bill Chronoscope!
X-mas tree is up at the office:
Beautiful example. Usually the lugs on these old cursive Geneves are polished to death, the chamfers are long gone, and the dials are usually a mess. It's very hard to find these in good original condition -- harder than to find a nice pie pan Constellation in my view -- so congrats!
Bit early in the morning and can't sleep so so might as well give into the inevitable. Bought this on Friday and it arrived yesterday.
Some watches try hard in their execution with real effort being put into the design and quality of materials, not sure that this is one of them.
Different yes but better, I will give it the benefit of the doubt.
It is certainly contemporary and may fit some of the younger generation but I suspect my sense of application of quality, refinement execution are a little more developed.
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