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Welcome to a new week of a very cold, snowy February!! Spring just can't get here fast enough. Man, I've had enough of this wintery white stuff; seems me and wifey have an almost daily ritural of digging out the autos & cleaning the snow off of them; on the other hand, we ARE getting good cardiovascular work outs!! Watch here is an oldie but rarely worn gem: TISSOT PRC 200 Chronograph, with very nice accents on the hands. When I first got it, I thought it might be a gen because "TISSOT" was stamped on both the cell battery and the back of the movement; but with the price I paid, I believed it to be just an excellent rep!! dave:
Welcome to yet another snowy, cold Tuesday. The white stuff on the ground, AND cars, AND roads, ETC, has now lost its magic. Just another day closer to SPRING. Today, one of my recent instant back up watches I grab when undecided about what to wear -- this ROLEX N.D. Submariner, with classic black dial, bezel, and s/s bracelet. I become amazed how our tastes change over time, with this one spending more of its time in the watch box than on my wrist. Such realities as this makes collecting more than just interesting. dave:
A belated wristie for last night -- HUMPDAY. Had such a difficult time producing this earlier this evening, I had to give up in disgust. Now, before my weekly PAMSDAY post, I'll try it again, for here and elsewhere: old INVICTA MASTER OF THE OCEANS Pro Diver automatic. With its run over, back into the old watch box. dave:
It's PAMSDAY here, so here's one of the selections from my FAV group: 4-Liner PAM with sandwich dial, mechanical wind, on dark chocolate strap. No. I don't know the model number of this; I've given up trying to understand the Panerai system. I just love it. dave: