. . . at our host's house in Orange County, California. Recent Speedy: Another Omega: Planet Ocean. F P J Laine Zenith That's it for now - taking Timerider back to the airport. Back in a few hours with more pics and commentary . . .
. . . as there were several stand-outs in both categories. Let's start with Static. Abel's early production Planet Ocean . . . . . . Stoikos' Seiko . . . . . . Mike's neighborhood grouch* O&J . . . . . . Mary Anny's Tudor in fall foliage . . . . . . our C
One of the drawbacks for me with the NATO strap on my Omega Planet Ocean is that the strap covers the movement and raises the profile of an already sizeable watch. I noticed PO photos with a rubber strap and as Omega doesn't offer that option, I was wonde
Rolex deliver almost every watch on a bracelet. Rolex never heard of a sapphire crystal case back. AP thinks a Royal Oak is enough. PP is afraid to come with modern watches. Brand neutral Pet Peeves: Complex strap attach systems, you can only chose what t
Hello from Brooklyn, NY Can anyone refer me to a place that sell OEM or similar quality spring bar for my PO? Also, can I use the same spring bar if I choose to put a Nato strap? It is feel so weird NOT to have it on my hand Thanks OreN