Team, Pictures of this watch seems more hard to find than a honest politician, but here we have: Interesting watch, by all counts. Love this textile strap. A warm thank you to Mss. LC (the local boutique manager) and to Mr. RO (the Omega Manager) for the
Team, Allow me to open with a Speedmaster that I don't wear frequently. The Omega Speedmaster Split Seconds (a.k.a. Ratrappante). This one was released around the year 2000 and uses the same (or very similar) case from the Speedmaster X-33. Big, bold and
Each of them are limited to 3557 pieces or... In a set, limited to 557 pieces. The Seamaster 300 1957 is two miliimeters smaller than the current Seamaster 300 ( 39 mm / 41 mm ). The Railmaster 300 1957 is 38 mm big, Like the original. The Speedmaster 195
Here are a few photos of the CK 2777 in its natural habitat. Hmmm, which one to push? Disclaimer: I had absolutely nothing to do with actually flying the thing. I was just a nuisance taking wristshots. And feeling like Maverick chasing those bogies.