Wrist Scan for Friday, July 13th is live . . .

Jul 12, 2018,16:38 PM
 

. . . and our theme this week is . . .




. . . chronometers.  Please share those in your collection, and if you don't have one, offer a chronometer you'd like to have.

Timely,

Art

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I’ll play...

 
 By: W72 : July 12th, 2018-17:12
with another Omega Chronometer. Taken quickly with a mobile phone. /W72 ...  

I have a feeling there will be a few more Omega chronometers . . .

 
 By: Dr No : July 12th, 2018-17:15
. . . shared this session. Thanks for contributing yours!

Very nice! [nt]

 
 By: nomadgiles : July 13th, 2018-15:03

Thanks.

 
 By: W72 : July 14th, 2018-04:17
Have it for some time and in need of a service. /W72

Lovely Constellation!

 
 By: KMII : July 14th, 2018-02:18
Glad they introduced the Globemaster, with some of the Constellation design elements of the golden era

Cheers, Padj [nt]

 
 By: Bounce781 : July 13th, 2018-05:10

Instant . . .

 
 By: Dr No : July 13th, 2018-06:44
. . . classic! And I mean that literally ;-) . . .

👍🏻

 
 By: Bounce781 : July 13th, 2018-13:56
Thank you and I agree

Very nice! [nt]

 
 By: amanico : July 13th, 2018-06:46

Thanks, hs111

 
 By: Bounce781 : July 14th, 2018-02:20
HAGWE

Tell us more about this one!

 
 By: KMII : July 14th, 2018-02:24
Looking very interesting indeed

I was sure there would be entries from . . .

 
 By: Dr No : July 13th, 2018-06:51
. . . the Rolex guys, vintage and modern. Thanks for sharing yours, Baxter! Art

Ah, so the new Air King is gaining popularity here :)

 
 By: KMII : July 14th, 2018-02:25
Very interesting piece!

Here are a few- all Rolex - No PP I have has chrnometre on the dial

 
 By: watch-guy.com : July 12th, 2018-18:32
ref 3605 Prince ref 3372 Bubble back ref 5010 Bubble back ref 3131 Prince ref 1490 ...  

Thanks, mate! [nt]

 
 By: Padj : July 14th, 2018-07:14

I'm sure you knew I'd have a soft spot . . .

 
 By: Dr No : July 13th, 2018-07:01
. . . for those Princes, Julian - right up my alley. Thanks for bringing them to the party!

Hmmm. While knowing next to nothing . . .

 
 By: Dr No : July 13th, 2018-00:10
. . . about vintage UN, that example doesn't look authentic to my eyes. Perhaps there's a UN collector here who can weigh in authoritatively. But it seems like a second-rate refinished dial. And a chrono graph , to boot. Very few chronographs perform doub... 

Art.. i posted an update in the UN forum based on your comment above. Thank you for your input.

 
 By: Teacher Yang : July 13th, 2018-00:29
I do keep track of some interesting vintage watches.. this one comes from a reputable seller/collector.. i guess its difficult to trust anyone in the vintage world..

No, no, no!

 
 By: Padj : July 13th, 2018-06:04
You don't have to put a watch on your wrist. There are 3 categories of judging. I was just asking because I thought may be you needed some medicated cream for your leathery skin condition.

Ok.. Padj is back to normal self..

 
 By: Teacher Yang : July 15th, 2018-07:51
I dont like you being serious.. ha..

WS is a weekly thread...

 
 By: KMII : July 14th, 2018-02:29
Where Puristspro members are encouraged to post watch pictures following a specific theme, as defined by the host of the week. The pictures are then judged in three categories - wristshot, static and watch of the week. That’s it, really - just a fun commu... 

Still on my wrist.

 
 By: fernando : July 12th, 2018-19:22
Luckily it's a chronometer. Cheers Fernando ...  

The Red Devil! ;) [nt]

 
 By: amanico : July 13th, 2018-06:49

"Devil . . .

 
 By: Dr No : July 13th, 2018-07:41
. . . or angel?" ;-) . . .

Most often both. [nt]

 
 By: amanico : July 13th, 2018-07:55

Lol! [nt]

 
 By: fernando : July 13th, 2018-19:04

Absolutely! :) [nt]

 
 By: fernando : July 13th, 2018-19:03

Thank you Abel!

 
 By: fernando : July 13th, 2018-19:07
Often ellicits a smile when I look at it. 😊 HAGWE!

Easy to understand why Fernando!! Keep enjoying it so much!!

 
 By: Subexplorer : July 15th, 2018-09:34
Hagwe my friend!! Abel

:) [nt]

 
 By: Subexplorer : July 16th, 2018-05:13

Thank you hs! [nt]

 
 By: fernando : July 14th, 2018-01:45

Thanks! 🙏😉 [nt]

 
 By: fernando : July 14th, 2018-03:25

Little doubt that Rolex produces more certified chronometers than any other manufacturer . . .

 
 By: Dr No : July 13th, 2018-12:24
. . . and many thanks for making this your second post ever on PuristSPro! Art

If I can play

 
 By: Speedie74 aka Mr. Torquise : July 12th, 2018-23:34
I play with these: Yours, Adam ...  

Nice entry, grrrrr. [nt]

 
 By: zabreg1 Mr White : July 13th, 2018-04:55

Nice photos.

 
 By: Padj : July 13th, 2018-06:06
A very tasty watch.

Of all modern chronometers, Glashütte's . . .

 
 By: Dr No : July 13th, 2018-12:50
. . . is, in my humble opinion, the most compelling. I can't participate at that level anymore, sad to say . . . would've loved to own one. Art

That’s simply a great collection, Adam!

 
 By: KMII : July 14th, 2018-02:32
Especially like the feature that the minute hand jumps when the watch is being set, so as to ensure absolute accurate placement of it. Great GOs!

I'm sure père Kev . . .

 
 By: Dr No : July 13th, 2018-13:03
. . . had some influence shaping Junior's taste in watches. Dad's Longines . . . . . . certainly shaped mine. ;-) PS - congrats on breaking the 1K milestone! [Note to judges: this is not a chronometer, so please don't consider it while deliberating.] ...  

Thank you very much for your kind words.

 
 By: kev09 : July 13th, 2018-13:44
Your dad’s Longines - Wow! What a beautiful watch. Now that’s what I call great taste. Regards Kev.

Very nice shot, Art!

 
 By: KMII : July 14th, 2018-02:33
Not seen this one before (that I can remember)

Ok.. Here my few chips to play this week.. ;))

 
 By: hs111 : July 13th, 2018-02:20
JLC Chronometre Geomatic - true pleasure Geomatic ready to go out Trustworthy Rollie, GMT Master 16750 with WG encircled indices GP Chronometer Richeville, Ref 8444 002 9, pie-pan dial: unobtrusive, low-key elegance Best & HAGWE to all ! hs. ...  

Nicely done. [nt]

 
 By: Padj : July 13th, 2018-06:07

That G-P should've been on Connery's wrist . . .

 
 By: Dr No : July 13th, 2018-13:54
. . . in Thunderball. Understated and elegant . . . pure classe . ...  

Fantastic trio, HS111!

 
 By: KMII : July 14th, 2018-02:34
Love it how they all cover different bases. Have a great weekend!

Only 2 Chronometres..

 
 By: RG1 : July 13th, 2018-02:42
and favorite album from Pink Floyd.... ...  

:-) [nt]

 
 By: RG1 : July 13th, 2018-06:49

Ah yes:-) [nt]

 
 By: RG1 : July 13th, 2018-06:53

My big pleasure! Cheers! [nt]

 
 By: Subexplorer : July 15th, 2018-12:59

A fantastic chronometer duo!

 
 By: KMII : July 14th, 2018-02:35
And a great album to go with them

You knew . . .

 
 By: Dr No : July 14th, 2018-11:00
. . . this was coming. And, I would be remiss to not take advantage of this opportunity in sharing a photo taken four years ago . . . . . . when our esteemed colleague Andrew D was in town. If I recall correctly, Pink Floyd was his favorite band. ...  

Lovely Song:-)

 
 By: RG1 : July 14th, 2018-21:47
and superb shot of great watch with famous pig.... Thanks for sharing

Come to think of it, that just might be . . .

 
 By: Dr No : July 15th, 2018-13:42
. . . the best wrist shot I've ever taken. I mean, how much better can it get than to have a Dark Side paired with a Wall? ;-)

2 more chronometers

 
 By: chippyfly : July 13th, 2018-03:49
New and old chronometers! On the left wrist today my ref: 116000 back from full service under guarantee after only 7 months of ownership from new and on my right wrist, I am exercising my Constellation on its alligator strap, resting its 1965 original BOR...  

Much appreciated, Clive . . .

 
 By: Dr No : July 14th, 2018-12:49
. . . as an American who had (or is that has ) the benefit of a British primary school education, the bonds are deep, even if they're not always evident. And thanks for joining in today - that crosshair Connie is my kinda watch. Art

For chronometers...

 
 By: NT931 : July 13th, 2018-04:50
... My heart is blue ...  

But we are happy!

 
 By: Padj : July 13th, 2018-06:09
Great wrist shot.

. . . and you knew . . .

 
 By: Dr No : July 14th, 2018-13:54
. . . this was coming. ;-) . . .

Good day Art! - a couple of Cronometers for this week:

 
 By: nomadgiles : July 13th, 2018-05:59
And finally a tribute to the Observatory Chronometer from space ;-) Weekend nearly here! - have a good one all!! G. ...  

Let me ask you...

 
 By: Padj : July 13th, 2018-06:10
which do you like better? I know which one I favor.

Mmmm

 
 By: nomadgiles : July 13th, 2018-06:37
difficult to choose, my friend. UN gets more wrist time, for sure. The GP running slow & needs a service, but prefer it on the steel bracelet. I think if it came down to selling one, I'd keep the UN - KM can live in hope ;-) Which one would you prefer? Ch... 

The one heading to Austria, perhaps.

 
 By: Padj : July 13th, 2018-06:43
If that is a decision that is made, don't be surprised to read about a mail heist somewhere between the Firth of Forth and the Danube.

If it does happen.....

 
 By: nomadgiles : July 13th, 2018-07:53
.....it'll be delivered in a vintage Mini with Union Jack painted on the roof (plus a couple of decoys) ;-)

Austin Powers?

 
 By: Padj : July 13th, 2018-12:01
Or Mark Wahlberg?

Micheal Caine! [nt]

 
 By: nomadgiles : July 13th, 2018-14:29

I'll know who to look for.

 
 By: Padj : July 13th, 2018-15:16
Let KM know he has no chance.

🤣

 
 By: nomadgiles : July 13th, 2018-15:19
I best get Jason Statham on the job then 😉

Hah! VG! [nt]

 
 By: Padj : July 13th, 2018-15:40

Thanks Nicolas!

 
 By: nomadgiles : July 13th, 2018-09:14
Cheers, Giles

Thanks HS111!

 
 By: nomadgiles : July 14th, 2018-02:10
And have a great weekend too! Best, Giles.

What a superb chronometer trio!

 
 By: KMII : July 14th, 2018-02:39
Which are just as charming in the real

Thanks Kristjan! 🙂

 
 By: nomadgiles : July 14th, 2018-12:13
Hope the holidays are going well! Best, Giles.

Generally yes...

 
 By: KMII : July 14th, 2018-22:39
As always with small children relaxing moments are few and far between but overall all is good Weird to be in a country where Pepsi is omnipresent and Coke is hard to find - with my Coca Cola consumption this is a bit of a challenge

You’ve gone on the ‘Pepsi Challenge’ 😉

 
 By: nomadgiles : July 15th, 2018-00:54
Probably heresy - could never taste the difference. When my boys where 1 & 3 we went to Devon in our VW campervan (a hangover from kid free festivals / band days) - needless to say we came home a week early for a rest - I can imagine Pepsi is the leas... 

For me Pepsi is a real challenge...

 
 By: KMII : July 15th, 2018-05:58
As Coke is my coffee substitute - so going without brings out caffeine withdrawal symptoms

I'd take that lovely Seamaster anytime ...

 
 By: NT931 : July 13th, 2018-05:59
... Over most of the Neo-vintage watches (omega and others) now in the market.

Hadn't seen that Bucherer before.

 
 By: Padj : July 13th, 2018-06:45
It's a brand that is only now making more of an appearance here in the States. Very nice; and nice selection.

Thanks! [nt]

 
 By: Emil Wojcik : July 13th, 2018-10:13

Cool trio!

 
 By: KMII : July 14th, 2018-02:40
How far back did Bucherer start making their own watches?

This is a theme on works for me... I have a huge weakness for manual winding chronometers, which I find more " noble " than automatic.

 
 By: amanico : July 13th, 2018-06:45
But for the moment, I only have one manual winding I could also add: - The JLC MARK 11 For the Royal Australian Air Force: I am hunting a manual winding Omega Chronometer " big " case, a Zenith Cal 135. And if possible, a Peseux 260 in a steel case. Now, ...  

Oh yes! [nt]

 
 By: amanico : July 13th, 2018-22:31

Eh, but what a one it is, huh?!

 
 By: Padj : July 13th, 2018-07:08
The Geophysic is as important as Bounce's Omega Co-axial in its way.

You could make it easier on yourself and latch onto . . .

 
 By: Dr No : July 15th, 2018-13:50
. . . one of the smaller Omega chronomètres, Nicolas. They've been appearing with astonishing regularity recently. And on the wrist, they're incomparably tasteful. Art

Stunning shots my friend!! Not a surprise coming from you! The watches? Sublimes! I´m specialy fond of the Geophysic, you know.

 
 By: Subexplorer : July 13th, 2018-13:06
But any other chronometres you show would make me a very happy man! Have a nice week end my dear friend! Cheers! Abel

Wow, Nico !.. You have now inundated us with a whole bunch of great choices + that special shot with multiple GMT Masters !

 
 By: hs111 : July 14th, 2018-02:01
.. and the Vintage Geophysic is “beyond” anyway ! & PLUS the cool Air King, a bit summerly exuberant, but very cool ! All hard to beat, my friend, very had, ibdeed ! Cheers & HAGWE to you & yours ! Best, hs.

That’s quite a collection of chronometers, Nico!

 
 By: KMII : July 14th, 2018-02:42
Any particular Peseaux 260 powered one you are after?

Reminding me...

 
 By: KMII : July 14th, 2018-22:50
Kari Voutilainen also did some Peseaux 260 pieces, right?

Kari's first offerings were Peseaux 260 derivatives . . .

 
 By: Dr No : July 14th, 2018-23:23
. . . if memory serves correct.

Allow me to spoil the party !

 
 By: bimbeano : July 13th, 2018-09:57
The only chronometer in the house is the blue Roller ... unfortunately for the Roller the Sheik keeps a bit better time .... . On this picture i obviously didn't set one of them correctly ;-) . HAGWE fella's ! Bim ...  

He he... ;) [nt]

 
 By: amanico : July 13th, 2018-10:06

That’s an unusual double wristshot, Filip :)

 
 By: KMII : July 14th, 2018-02:43
And a cool one it is, too

Let’s see...

 
 By: KMII : July 13th, 2018-11:53
While my most accurate watches are actually not COSC certified, here’s a selection of chronometer shots: Have a great weekend, all! ...  

Thanks my friend :)

 
 By: KMII : July 13th, 2018-12:12
And this being posted from a bona fide Polish wedding, too

Fun trivia...

 
 By: KMII : July 13th, 2018-12:14
The COSC certificate and box are signed by two different Zenith CEOs Thanks Nico!

I didn't find it. [nt]

 
 By: amanico : July 14th, 2018-03:07

Great collection my friend 👌🏻

 
 By: Watchonthewrist : July 13th, 2018-12:47
Realy like your new Omega a lot

Thanks a lot Watchonthewrist!

 
 By: KMII : July 14th, 2018-02:16
So do I - such a versatile piece 👍🏻

"The next one . . .

 
 By: Dr No : July 14th, 2018-11:54
. . . is vintaaaaage . . . the next one . . . . . . is vintaaaaage . . ." ...  

Quite possibly...

 
 By: KMII : July 14th, 2018-22:48
As opposed to the first response I actually do have a concrete vintage Omega I am looking at but they are not that easy to find, especially in good condition. And I am sure you would find it difficult to guess, even if it has been an important watch in th... 

Heck, I'll play

 
 By: mrsnak : July 13th, 2018-16:06
Art was over this afternoon and I happened to have this beauty from 1969 on today, so it was perfect timing. Art made me do it. Sorry about the hairy arms. ...  

Very cool shot!

 
 By: KMII : July 14th, 2018-02:44
And another great classical Omega Chronometer

Good seeing you yesterday, Snak! . . .

 
 By: Dr No : July 14th, 2018-11:41
. . . and glad you dropped to share that striking Omega chronometer. It looks right at home on your wrist. Art

Mechanical flowers in a vase,,,

 
 By: jporos : July 13th, 2018-19:08
and chronometers to boot. HAGWE! ...  

Working on the Gordon Gecko principle...

 
 By: pplater : July 13th, 2018-21:24
Thanks for a great topic, Art - good to see you in full swing. Cheers, pplater. ...  

And not one but two!

 
 By: KMII : July 14th, 2018-02:46
The BeBas are just superb

It is! [nt]

 
 By: amanico : July 14th, 2018-08:17

Search for it...

 
 By: KMII : July 14th, 2018-22:37
There’s a fantastic article on them hidden somewhere - well worth a read, Padj!

KMII is correct...

 
 By: pplater : July 15th, 2018-00:20
Long-time member SteveG (are you out there, Steve?) has an excellent summary on his ‘Launchpad’ site (and was very generous with further information); perhaps the best research, though, was published on this site by ‘Fenndalton’, who owns (owned?) one of ... 

I was hoping to see a Be-Ba in this thread . . .

 
 By: Dr No : July 14th, 2018-12:04
. . . but forgotten you had two, much less one! My kinda indie . . . kudos, pplater. Art

As hugely embarrassing...

 
 By: pplater : July 15th, 2018-02:59
...and as unconscionably decadent as it may sound, Art: regrettably, you were not the only one to have forgotten. YOU, however, have an excuse! Cheers, pplater.

Just in.

 
 By: fernando : July 14th, 2018-01:43
Another chronometer. 😊 Cheers Fernando ...  

Very cool, Fernando!

 
 By: KMII : July 14th, 2018-02:47
That’s a PSM I haven’t seen before

Thank you!

 
 By: fernando : July 14th, 2018-03:23
First time for me too.

Congratulations, Fernando.

 
 By: Padj : July 14th, 2018-04:26
So nice!

Playing with a Japanese that is upto chronometer standard

 
 By: Asrar Merchant : July 14th, 2018-02:13
This legendary Seiko MarineMaster MM300 has a GS movement which goes to chronometer accuracy for me on the wrist .. always gives me +2 seconds a day which is absolutely fantastic.. ...  

My vintage GS, serviced by none other . . .

 
 By: Dr No : July 14th, 2018-14:45
. . . than Ohira-san . . . . . . runs exceptionally well, too. This might be the best performer . . . . . . in my collection. I've a few others in the same ballpark, but they're actual certified chronometers (albeit serviced). Art ...  

Although i am not a huge Rolex fan i still own one 😬

 
 By: Watchonthewrist : July 14th, 2018-04:05
A aftermarket limited edition . ...  

That is so cool!

 
 By: Padj : July 14th, 2018-04:27
Is that Bamford? The blue is really dramatic.

Somehow...

 
 By: KMII : July 14th, 2018-05:56
I see your superb Omega only when looking at the thread but not inside your post, Art. Still, a fantastic piece of chronometry

I switched photos, K . . .

 
 By: Dr No : July 14th, 2018-11:44
. . . but not to worry - pics of my chronometers will be posted shortly. PS - kudos on breaking 21K . . . you'll be passing my post count before you know it!

Thanks Art!

 
 By: KMII : July 14th, 2018-22:35
Did not even notice it And at my current pace this may take a very long while

Hello dear Art! A beautiful Connie and an awesome ...

 
 By: Subexplorer : July 14th, 2018-07:12
... licence plate to open this week end WS thread which promises to gather a big array of very interesting pieces! I would like to play with some chronometers in my collection beginning with my favorites from Omega: the superb Connies! Ah yes I have added...  

Great selection of watches, Abel.

 
 By: Padj : July 14th, 2018-07:40
And nice photographs.

Thank you so much my dear friend Padj!!

 
 By: Subexplorer : July 15th, 2018-09:23
You are always so kind!! Hagwe! Abel

Since you were generous with your Omega chronometers, Abel . . .

 
 By: Dr No : July 14th, 2018-16:31
. . . here's a few of mine. Seamaster ref 2989 . . . . . . Centenary ref 2499 . . . . . . Genève ref 135.001 . . . . . . Constellation ref 2943 . . . . . . and a Chronomètre ref OJ2364. Each has a different movement . . . testament to Omega's devotion to ...  

I only have . . .

 
 By: Dr No : July 14th, 2018-16:55
. . . seven more.

This is the killer post, Art!

 
 By: KMII : July 14th, 2018-23:11
Simply wow!

+1 [nt]

 
 By: Subexplorer : July 15th, 2018-12:58

Your passion, Art...

 
 By: pplater : July 15th, 2018-02:54
...is driven by a consciousness that is considered, careful, intelligent and (above all) highly aesthetically attuned. It may surprise you to learn that it has been a beacon for the fumbling, stumbling efforts of others: a [very sincere] thank you. These ...  

Wow Art!! We surely share a passion for Omega vintage watches!!

 
 By: Subexplorer : July 15th, 2018-09:33
superb collection of chronometers you show!! Superb post for this super WS this week end!! Hagwe dear Art!!

Between you and Art...

 
 By: KMII : July 14th, 2018-23:14
You have the Omega Chronometer genre completely covered, Abel Quite happy not to be a judge this weekend - looks like a Herculean task. Have a nice Sunday!

Thank you so much dear KM!! Sharing a passion for Omega with

 
 By: Subexplorer : July 15th, 2018-09:30
... our dear Art!! Glad you like it !! Agree it will be a hard task judging this week end with so many awesome entries! Hagwe!! Abel

Thanks again!!cheers! [nt]

 
 By: Subexplorer : July 15th, 2018-12:58

A bit belated...

 
 By: mac_omega : July 16th, 2018-12:26
Sorry to be a bit late to the party, Here is a stealth chronometer. Although it is not signed chronometer it is a secret one.... See the special execution of crown wheel and ratchet wheel, and also the pallet fork is anglaged and highly polished It is a r...  

Glad to see you here, Erich! . . .

 
 By: Dr No : July 16th, 2018-13:22
. . . not to mention indebted for furthering our knowledge of Omega chronometers. I've seen photos of an R17.8 with similar specular finishing on Omega Forums, but no idea there were T17s in the same vein. You've posted that tank in the distant past, yet ...