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Starting off this new week is this very old OMEGA SEAMASTER chronograph (quartz) I purchased from someone, somewhere a long, long time ago, having worn it so infrequently I can't remember the last time I wore it. It was always very charming and a comfortable fit on the 'ole wrist; runs well; chrono's seconds hand is NOT VK -- that's how old it is, but I've always liked it & just couldn't think of selling it away. dave:
I've been having trouble with PB again while trying to upload pics of this purchase from a few years ago -- STUHRLING ORIGINAL SKELETON automatic watch. Although large (50mm x15mm) it IS comfy and mounted on a supple rubber strap.
For today, this BREITLING SUPER OCEAN on white stitched leather strap I picked up a while ago M2M. Knowing the limitations of my watch knowledge, this looks all right to me; no discernable goofs that I can see; seconds sweep is almost silky smooth but does pause now and then, so its movement is no doubt a workhorse 2813. Very comfy. dave:
Hi, Gang! WELCOME to the start of another weekend!
For today, this VERY LIGHTLY worn BREITLING GMT watch on black rubber. I don't know anything else about its nomenclature other than it's being a GMT. I don't remember where, when, I purchased this, but it HAS sat in the watch box a very long time without being worn at all. Today I thought I'd take it for a ride. It's a nice looker with adjustable GMT hand but very little lume on it, measures 49mm x 15mm, and is quite comfy. dave:
One of the last BREITLINGs being rescued from the watch box: BREITLING SUPER OCEAN on BREITLING RUBBER STRAP, ah, uh, which tore in half shortly after I took these pics -- a complete surprise. Watch is a nice looker, big (49mm w/crown x 16mm) and wears well on the ole wrist. Lume from the dial is non existent. Not sure when or where acquired, just a neat-o rep. dave: