"...a part of our country where they don't like to work." Talk about an overgeneralization, which should have no place either here or anywhere, really. As an American Indian, I'm probably more attune to this than most, especially those in majority society. And let me tell you first hand, such overge
How good is the luminescence on this model? Seems like it could be quite modest. I like the 'stealthy' appearance very much; such stealthy models are increasingly capturing my attention. A tourbillon escapement on this model might possibly look superb!
Love everything about this except for the date wheel. I would have preferred a white date wheel to tie in with the lume on the hands and indices. Possibly, a heavier font on the date of the same color wheel might work better. And does anyone know? Is this model tied into an anniversary celebration o
... and very stealthy, I imagine, which makes it very nearly right up my alley. The only thing is, I can't be bothered with a seconds hand in my Royal Oak. Wear it with both pride and humility, along with high enthusiasm!
Wearing one of my vintage LeCoultre models today. This one is a gold-filled sector dial model with cal. 480/CW manual wind movement, coupled with screwback case for improved water resistance. Original dial and dramatic horn-shaped lugs, so typical of this era when raw ebauches were sent to the US to
I knew I'd made a mistake when with my younger son and I were hauling a very heavy Schwinn Airodyne AD6 upright bicycle frame down the stairs to our lower level when I suddenly realized that I was still wearing my 3417! However, my zip sweater has very long sleeves and protected my Patek-restored ge