In addition to vehicles, the Steampunk exhibit included lots of small items, like clocks. This artist, Jeffrey Steorts, had plenty of pieces that appealed to me Whimsical but operational as well (most are quartz since winding a mechanical movement is impossible during an exhibit of this type) Here's
The World Time Chronograph is one of the most appealing and tempting Polaris released this year at the SIHH. The blue dial is the one I first saw in September, last year, when I visited the Manufacture. A few months ago, Jaeger Lecoultre unveiled the Polaris Geographique World Time, which I still ha
This show is a big step up from the Rat Rod Exhibit (CLICK to view) presented in my last report in February. Both were presented by the San Diego Auto Museum. I have no direct affilitation with the museum except as a friend and visitor, but they have been inviting me to come to the opening exhibits.
Tomorrow will be a tough day for Sweden in the World Cup, playing against the Champions, Germany! To win, Sweden will need all help they can get... Time to play some (Omega) Jedi mind games...?! Hope the Omega Seamaster “Jedi” Chronograph 176.005 will help! Another Funky 70’s watch. Big, bold, colou
I've seen a few of these on this forum, but I have a few questions. I haven't seen any with pictures of the cal 91 movement or the interior of the case. How long were these made and about how many? I've seen some reference the model as 5420 and others 5080. Were these 2 models? The one I have has 50