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Wearing my black ROLEX SUBMARINER Sub shirt today, so I felt it to match the shirt with the watch -- the Submariner 25th edition version. Have had this watch for a long while but forget from whom it was purchased. dave:
Day two of wearing the Rolex Submariner 300m/1000 feet tee shirt; as like yesterday's post, a Rolex timepiece seems appropriate, also. Today, this ROLEX SUBMARINER "Hulk" time piece (with old, tagged pics). Even so, it's an attractive piece. dave:
It's HUMPDAY! So let's, uh, Hump?? Sorry for the sad humor; I'm falling asleep as I type this.
Well, another treasure rescued from the many, old watch boxes: this BREITING Navitimer, black on black leather straps. Works well, love the date window; very picturesque dial; quartz powered with VK movement. I really should wear it more often. dave:
It's PAMSDAY, so let's see those Pams!! For today, my fav. PAM 111 just returned from the local watchsmith who replaced the winding unit for me (watch stopped working), oiled and greased it as well. Runs like a top! dave:
This is a late Friday post of a cheap watch I purchased a while ago but never wore. It's a cheapy TAG HEUER chronograph with a basic level A 23 automatic. The chronograph features are simply decoration and all, but it does have a very strong power movement & rests on a nice looking tan leather strap. I thought I'd give it a ride; good expereince. dave: