Old timer for the evening,
CK859 cal.30. 1939 year.
1991 Seiko 7002 gifted to me from a JetBlue pilot…I guess those JetBlue pilots ain’t so bad……
1960s Zodiac Aerospace Jet 24hr
The clouds are ominous and foreboding, oh and a mundane speedy. Better change to seiko it is going to pour which we we’ll need
Blue Aqua Terra 38 ~
Girard-Perregaux Gyromatic High Frequency racing
Awesome and beautiful Futurematic!
Add: Oh, and our Tres Leches dessert, too!
Today I’m enjoying another early Longines:
1954 ref 7133-2 cal 12.68z manual wind
After a month on the 3861 bracelet with Snoopy, I do enjoy coming back to the more old school sporty bracelet. Here’s to an early start to Speedy Tuesday!
I had the hardware store 'Watchmaker.' look at a few quartz watches I had. This one stopped a few minutes after I left the store last week. Took it back and she dusted it againg and oiled one side. I always liked the look of the dial on this. Put a new band on it (Probably more than the watch is worth.) Not really into quartz watches. The crystal could use a good polish and the case is a bit dirty. Supprised they did not want to clean them.
While they do change batteries, From what I overheard, they prefer mechanical watches to service. After me was someone in line to pick up their Rolex. I have had them service my Baylor Heuer. Doubt I would have them service any of my Omegas. I like working on those myself.
Congrats on the new Subaru! I hear you on the orange but if I was to buy a new one I would also definitely go ahead with the sport. Also, from one member of the Chronostop and Subaru Forester owner's club (I don't think there was a club already so we're the inaugural members lol)...Welcome!
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