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Horological Meandering: Found YMO's cover back pic...

... I'm visualy inclined like that.
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By: wover
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TimeOut: Bulova and Atmos snapshots from Murder by Contract

both in the 54th minute of the movie
16d
By: wover
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Horological Meandering: Never mind legibility! The red accents

on your Monaco make up for that. The crown pusher is way cool tho - I might get one just for the heck of it!
1M
By: wover
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Horological Meandering: Thanks for looking Mr glass, The UN is so easy to use and legibility is..

... what you would expect from a diver. The JLC is such a classy piece, with a second time zone bonus. What I also really like in this version of the Hometime, is the UN style counters at 6 and 12. Somehow, Speedy's and Rolexes don't do it for me... but it would be a strange world if we all wore the
1M
By: wover
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Horological Meandering: I was working on that...

These world time keepers explained: - The Luxor is a fully fuctioning worldtimer, the hour disc rotates once every 24 hours while the hour hand takes twelve for a full rotation. It is set by placing the hour hand on the triangle at the desired city. Since this clock was made Singapore has gone +1, o
1M
By: wover
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Horological Meandering: Dual time, Change time, GMT and Hometime...

...from Ulysse Nardin, with pushers Omega Hour Vision, Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra GMT Chronograph and Jaeger Le Coultre Hometime - hour hands set through the crown. All have dates that change up or down through midnight
1M
By: wover
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Horological Meandering: A gaggle of worldtimers...

... nesting. Starting at 12 o'clock clockwise: Imhof (1963), Breitling Navitimer 8 B35 Unitime (2019), Seiko Worldtimer (1970, when London time was GMT+1, just like Western Europe), Luxor travelclock (can anyone place a year on this one?), Raketa Gorod (circa 1980),IWC Pilot Worldtimer (2016)
1M
By: wover
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