Noticed different types of shock protection systems in my watches. Very important little component. Upper left - Incabloc on Lange Datograph Up/Down Lower left - KIF on Habring Erwin Upper right - Seiko Diashock on Grand Seiko sbgw231 Lower right - Duofix
Checking out the IWC split (Richard Habring concept) Paying attention out of courtesy Attention span exhausted 10 sec later; ears still on duty Hears/sees mom coming up the walk to the porch Waiting for front door to open Crisis resolved goes to back door
Over the past couple of days, I posted several threads of my timepieces categorized by - Tourbillon - Perpetual Calendars - Chronographs - Travler/GMT - Moon phases - Power Reserve Here are the rest of my watches: For the purpose of this post, 'Time Only'
. . . for many years. I missed including her entirely, for which I've no excuse, especially as she was seated right next to me. She brought one watch, this Habring . . . . . . to the gathering last Saturday. Well-known to this community, not to mention a
The design was created by Shellman who is a very well known store that sells vintage pieces. It is an obvious hommage to pieces from the 30s-40s and they did mention it. We may be a bit too fast to say that they copy and no, it is not an exact detail copy