@G-Web, Happy Birthday!!! Enjoy your day!
Cheers! Enjoy your 76th!
I love that your wearing your repp strap with a blue Oxford- I guess this is the Covid era version of the repp tie with blue Oxford.
Hope you’re doing well. Best wishes for a quick recovery.
Working away with this crazy spider dial on the ol’ wrist (currently listed for sale but clearly I’m tempting myself to keep it…!)
Get well soon!
Picked up a new strap. A bit stiff, so will have it on the wrist for the week.
Darn office day, harsh fluorescent lighting messes with my picture
This piece for the evening, a gift from a good friend and to be honest not a watch I would have considered purchasing but now that I have it I do love it.Confess it did take a bit of time to get my head around the functions
Different watch every day this week so far. Might have to keep it up and dust off the Hammy tomorrow.
I'm normally not such a fan of cushion cases but this one has really been growing on me of late and getting a lot of wrist time.
My colleague’s Seiko next to my Tudor.
Let's hear it for the 1970's
Only took 10 mins to get the date right for the pic
My new to me Nivada, just back from my WM after a service and lens change late afternoon yesterday, so first time on my wrist.
My WM even managed to find a nice internal magnifier lens for it, all that remains is for me to get a nice tasteful 20 mm bracelet rather than the 18 mm leather it came on.
36 mm including crown and has a beautifully aged dial, surprising for its age there is no brassing at all on the 20 micron GP case, a lucky find.
A lovely 21 Jewel ETA2472 inside, often described as indestructible and used extensively on their Dive and Antarctic watches.
I don't often wear this one, and it's grown to be one of my favorite Speedmasters. There is something special about a gold Speedmaster.
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