Coffee and c-case…
Time I gave old Tobias an outing
I envy you. I'd REALLY like to see a rocket launch
The Tudor Mini Sub. For those who think it’s too small but do a lot of manual labor, think again. It’s the perfect work watch. Small enough to avoid getting banged up too bad, robust enough to take the unintended abuse, water proof, slim enough to avoid getting caught on everything, light enough to wear loose, and lastly, bold enough to be legible but so elegant you don’t even know you’re wearing it. Again, the perfect working man’s watch, assuming your not trying to compensate for something else. LOL.
For those still skeptical, keep this in mind. I purchased to flip because I got such an amazing deal on this vintage (Full Set) Tudor Mini-Sub. I will double my money all day long. However, after wearing it while doing choirs and other weekend work, it’s become my handyman watch and I doubt I’ll ever sell it.
I too, thought it was too small but experience changes perception. It’s the very definition of a tool watch and there are days I need this tool. Lesson: Keep an open mind.
Cheating at WRUW today with a two-fer.
We just noticed the first bloom of a rose that Mrs. noelekal planted earlier this season. She loves roses, but we've been here near a year and she only planted some roses a few weeks ago.
Been toting this Hamilton 992 in a pocket for a few days checking it out after a service. Why one could run a railroad with this thing!
Well this for now my sub is off for some regulating and an appraisal
Summer's over. Switching to strap!
Loving this combo...
A tactical tank
This would be my pick for pic of the day! Quite a few of them I've found in the deep tropical Philippine islands but never seen one in that mint a condition.
In the early morning autumn sunshine ,
It must be down to clean living but that arm hair is getting way out of control, hopefully Millie can distract the eyes
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