writeup. I golf and usually I will do away with any wrist adornment...so that I have nothing to blame for a bad shot Was gifted a Tag TW watch (limiated ed) many years ago and I still have it. Wore it a few times on the course, like the no buckle strap design and light on the wrist but still I rathe
I have not seen any photograph of a 1.96 taken apart other than those shown in Walt Odet’s article about this Cal. Obviously, Chopard deemed the three jewels redundant (and not impacting the Geneva Seal certification) that they are eventually removed.
This Rolex is definitely a dream watch for many. And wow, the Olivetti typewriter brings back many memory for me. In fact, I learned to type on one of these long time ago. Yes, more than half a century ago. I recall the ribbon (yours shown here is in full black) can come in bi-colour - black at the
as I've seen differences between newer and older "luminova" dials - after the same charging time/condition... But then I have been told that the material [(Super)Luminova] does not suffer any practical aging. Maybe the material itself does not "age" per se, but been applied on a dial for a longer pe