... and in coincidence with the watch I have been wearing during this week, I wish to share a few shots of my old Omega. It is a reference 2505-31 from circa 1948 (my birth year by the way so I'm as vintage as my watch! Lol!). This watch has a caliber 265
Friends, Let's have another Omega on the wooden beam - this time the "Swedish" Omega Suverän ref 2700-7. Not much of a Roman numeral fan... But when they come with silver mirror polish, I don't mind! The Suverän came with many different dials, this one be
. . . a ca '67/'68 ref 145.012 . . . . . . on a later 1479 bracelet. "Lucky guy", says me. "Paid $200 for it at a charity auction a while back." And I thought my locally sourced '56 SM Calendar . . . . . . was a bargain. [photo credits: Chef Jeff]
We all love the smell and feel of a custom made leather strap unique for our wrist and piece. Here is a combination of black shell cordovan with light brown stitching matches perfectly with the markers and lume for this beautifully aged dial. I am also lo
Perfect day of the week for its arrival and collection. Here are some initial shots. In short, I am loving this uber cool watch! Will take out the lights and equipment later this week for better shots warmest regards to all, -- Seeks #gotmyspeedytuesday .
Friends, Inspired by Art's Black Connie, I like to share a black honey-comb dial, the Omega ref 2636 on the wooden beam! The dial is to die for and on the wrist, a sweet treat! Only need to find a matching strap... Best Blomman
Team, Let's see the Omega that you are wearing or planning to wear on this sunny (here) Tuesday. On my wrist, the fantastic (IMHO) Speedmaster 9300 '57 "vintage" edition. Love the sandwich dial. Here we can see better the sandwich. B&W just for fun. N
I have a quick question to all out there. My FOIS needs to be winded just after 9 hours. I thought the power reserve on this watch was around 40-48 hours. I must say that I don\'t wear this all the time but when I do I give it around 25 times of winding.