... 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
... I thought that I would share a pic with you of my salmon-dialed white gold Reverso Duo! Have been wearing it quite a bit recently, after rarely wearing it ever since receiving it over 18 years ago.
In over 15 years of ownership, the hour and minute hands on my E-series 15202ST have literally never shined in the dark, though my hour markers shine just fine. Little help when I need to know the time in the dark, with teenagers wandering around at all hours. When I send it in to get serviced I'm g