. . . and current, mere moments apart. Enamored of modern Seamasters in general and Aqua Terra annual calendars in particular. The SM you're contemplating is a study in contrast between its red gold case and blue dial. It works on a casual level, even if
Seriously considering pulling the trigger for this Aqua Terra; aside from the sheer beauty (to my eyes), a few things checks the boxes: Red gold (Omega's 'Sedna' that keeps its color) 41mm in diameter and 13mm thick blue dial(!) 18k sedna hands and indice
I really felt in love with the NTTD seamaster but wanted to be sure it was not just a one night love... After a second and then a third visit to my favorite dealer I knew it was not just a James Bond trick, as a JB fan. So, on my wrist since and no regret
. . . here's one from an Olympics . . . [photo credit: Dr No, 2009] . . . a while back, the 2008 Games in Beijing. Don't see this one at all anymore . . . the cal 3888 movement was employed in a few references a dozen years ago, but never seemed to gain t
Regarding the rotated pictures (which have already been corrected by FabR) I can tell you that it is due to an incompatibility between photo format in I Phone shots and our WPS system. Fortunately it is very easy to rotate the pictures when you load them.
Here are a few pics of a Seamaster CK 2937-1: A purchase I made on New Year's Day after falling in love with the patina on the hour indices. And those curvaceous lugs. Not a Ranchero, although certainly resembling it. What do you all think? PS. Apologies
Hmm, If the Games of the XIX Olympiad (Mexico Summer Olympics, 12 to 27 October 1968) were somehow connected to this box, I'm sure the Olympic logo would be printed also. Journées Biennoises translates loosely to Biennese Days.... of May 1968 While contin