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17 hours ago, DennisMcFeely said:

The Seamaster 300m references are one of the most successful lines in Omega’s history.  I wear this one 

 

 

 

 

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Big numbers !

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1 hour ago, gunsrus said:

Big numbers !

And twice as many as you need.  For what those watches cost you'd figure they could get the little things right.

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3 hours ago, gunsrus said:

Big numbers !

 

It's my understanding those Seamasters have different models based on age. That's the 60+, AARP endorsed version.

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21 hours ago, dogrunner said:

Damn mines only good to 50 meters, I may need to up grade for my next free dive. 

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This was my work ( constuction) watch. i bought 4 of them. this is the last one that still has not been worn. Great watches. And the light is quite bright in the dark. Does the Patek have a light?

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My dress watch.

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On 5/29/2019 at 10:43 PM, WyomingArt said:

 

Just a couple family keepsake watches by Gruen circa 1930's.

 

Re: plumb bobs,  "Square, plumb and level." I wonder if kids still learn that from their elders? Hope so.

 

The number of elders who know about such things is growing smaller by the year. 

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5 hours ago, gunsrus said:

Big numbers !

That’s for the GMT function , you Fox hoarding ignoramus 

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2 hours ago, Marc Ret said:

 

It's my understanding those Seamasters have different models based on age. That's the 60+, AARP endorsed version.

Tons of different model seamasters . Here’s two different ones . The sir peter Blake is the black one here , I put an aftermarket Everest band on. Little things like the shape of sword hands on that model make it very collectable. One of the best lumes I’ve ever had . The second is actually a large faced aqua terra /

seamster hybrid found along the way.

I love both .

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I think the case backs of the seamaster line are as cool as the front in most cases 

 

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54 minutes ago, GB Jack said:

Tons of different model seamasters . Here’s two different ones . The sir peter Blake is the black one here , I put an aftermarket Everest band on. Little things like the shape of sword hands on that model make it very collectable. One of the best lumes I’ve ever had . The second is actually a large faced aqua terra /

seamster hybrid found along the way.

I love both .

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EVEN BIGGER NUMBERS !

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Just now, gunsrus said:

EVEN BIGGER NUMBERS !

And that would be a chronograph , you know for timing things , such as how long from now before your next post about some xe purchase!! Hehehehehehe

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I want a Breitling to match my Bentley.  

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For those that can appreciate a different point of view, here’s The Far Side....😀

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3 hours ago, spring said:

For those that can appreciate a different point of view, here’s The Far Side....😀

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I can appreciate it also ;) 

 

that a newer calatrova?

 

 

 

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7 hours ago, GB Jack said:

I can appreciate it also ;) 

 

that a newer calatrova?

 

 

 

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Calatravas are wonderful pieces, in fact the first PP that I ever saw; stopped me in my tracks. This is a 3970 i’ve had for a while. 

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