. . . watches - for the most part they feel out of place on my wrist. An exception would be a 910 Flightmaster. Another, odd as it may seem, would be a Ploprof. Maybe someday. 'Til then, it's vicarious thrills for me ;-) . . .
. . . and I'll bet it was as imposing as a Ploprof despite the size differential. The current Seamaster that could find a place in my collection is the AT annual calendar . . . [watch credit: Omega boutique / photo and wrist: Dr No, 2013] . . . although n
. . . when it was first introduced about eight years ago. In terms of size and appearance, it works, even on slender wrists like mine. Its aesthetic comfort can be chalked up to its asymmetric case and sloped bezel which 'break up' its profile. But when I
. . . was so amenable on my wrist . . . . . . that I almost made an impulse buy. The only factor that held me back was the prospect of an upcoming revised Rail. Sure enough, the 60th anniversary Rail was announced months after this photo was taken. At fir
I have just added this ploprof prototype to my collection. It was used by Omega for in-house tests at the early stage of the developement of the Ploprof. A familily shot with my other Prototype from the same batch.
... because too bulky / heavy / funky 70’s kind of a watch, and it’s not a mechanical nor a quartz movement but something in between. Yet I like it very much, go figure ? Featuring DrStrong MGB : No shirt allowed Side by side with an Omega PloProf (on the