I think so.
Type: Posts; User: Henry Krinkle
I think so.
I have seen a few more in my time, always with the onyx/tigereye dial. It is the same case as a Balboa DeLuxe.
There is one up on the bay, or maybe YJ. It's been their awhile, because it is a bit rough.
I have to say I was pretty iffy about the strap width... before I put it on. It doesn't bother me in the least on the wrist.
I think the 24mm strap looks just as appropriate on the Model 22 as the...
I am changing out a dead motor in one of my UV dryers and doing some other maintenance today so it si Tool Watch Tuesday:
A couple more:
Pink Magic Diastar 18
My wife has a matching Diastar 19 Magic.
I should be mildly embarrassed to admit this but from this Diastar 62 is getting the most wrist time of all my Diastars lately:
Maybe someone can do that in a reasonable size with a prettier motor...
Which one? I have more than a few...
Here's the 40 Years of Diastar XL Limited Edition from 2002 with a Diastar "0" from early 1962
I'll have to give it some thought...
It's the back of a Birks designed Alpina built Pilots watch.
One of the Birks boys was a pilot in the First World War and this is in honour of him and also the Birks chains 135th...
https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7290/11169441965_577834c280_h.jpgP1010534 by hankblanc, on Flickr
https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3738/10869798023_0fb1ee930c_h.jpgaP1010501 by hankblanc, on Flickr
Your shiny new favourite.
First automatic of the week here, the Starliner inspired Centrix:
In general, unless your Rado has Jubilé on the dial the markers will be crystal. This is not always true, however. Jubilé Centrix do not say Jubilé on the dial and their are a few other models where...
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If I didn't already have one absurdly thick watch, the Eterna Soleure Moonphase, the 1938 would be my one absurdly thick watch.
I may or may not be in the market soon-ish. I will be starting...
Those are both really fine pieces gentlemen.
Still pretty free of funk here. I have been home all week painting so I've been favouring my no date hand winds. I'm working up to going out tonight....
I did not realise that the 9F is that old.
As I wrote at full price, no, not interested. Even though it is really reasonable at >$600 CAD it isn't just the unattractive look of the display back it is also the fact that by putting the display...
Why couldn't they have put a back like that on the Cocktail Time?
A medallion with a martini glass, for instance...;)
Great pictures Brian!
I love almost everything about the cocktail time, including the price. I have nearly bought it more than a couple of times. If you never looked at the back you might think...
Or the Stowa 1938.
I don't know how Mr. Picky feels about straight bracelets with a curved case though.
My Diastar 8 had a hint of that disorder.