Only the Gemini4 is still with me,

Feb 04, 2020,00:00 AM

the others have been long gone.

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Very nice shots! And watches too

 By: Seeks : February 4th, 2020-00:03
Well done.

Thank you. [nt]

 By: Phuongpham39 : February 4th, 2020-18:29

The Racend Timer

 By: VinnieD : February 4th, 2020-02:19
This one is very special - a design success that remains under the radar.

+1! [nt]

 By: amanico : February 4th, 2020-02:33

There were reported issues with the movement . . .

 By: Dr No : February 4th, 2020-11:42
. . . which was implemented in only two (or was it three?) references. Handsome design, without a doubt, and priced on par with yellow gold Speedy Pros that were still available around the same time frame. [photo taken 2010] As I recall, there wasn't inte...  

that explains everything

 By: VinnieD : February 4th, 2020-15:04
I was not aware - thanks for pointing this out

One would expect the standard Speedy Pro . . .

 By: Dr No : February 4th, 2020-11:31
. . . to be the survivor, but everyone marches to their own drumbeat, I suppose. Kudos on spreading your wings far and wide . . . that is an impressive spread of Omega chronograph types and movements. Cordially, Art

I want my speedy

 By: Weems@8 : February 4th, 2020-15:01
So, yes, i would chose a different speedmaster than the moon watch. I like that bleu one. The moon is an interesting object, but mars is more exiting. Sure, it was a huge step for mankind, but a watch must match my taste.

Thank you! [nt]

 By: Phuongpham39 : February 4th, 2020-18:34