That is one beautiful looking watch! You say you could not get it off your wrist in two days, if I were to get it I would not sleep at night but just look at it all night long!
Wear it in good health!
Welcome to the club. You already have started with a bang so I wonder what you will be upto in the days to come.
Here's one. Don't have a picture of the Ti one.
Thanks Pete! It's actually tungsten. I wanted something when I got married that would be basically indestructible, but boy was it hard to get this way. I got a blank tungsten band for around $80USD, then I had to send it to a machine shop to have the design I wanted lasered in (you can't etch tungsten, it's too hard). I found this design on a crazy expensive ring I liked, and the jeweler rendered the print into CAD and the machinist burned it in. I'm happy with how it turned out.
just got her :D
Wearing my Reverend Moon today.
That and my Skyhawk are two of my favorite, and most accurate watches.
Of course, with radio reception, the AT's accuracy is incumbent of its' function. But that AP-1024 moon is a star...+1s/month.
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Baume Mercier . Benrus Navigator . Breitling Colt GMT . Bulova Crystal Pimp . Casio Wave Ceptor 24 Chrono Analog . Casio HT-G . Casio ProTrek . Citzen AT Skyhawk . Luminox Nighthawk (1st series) . Marathon Navigator . Marathon GSAR . Omega Speedmaster (80's) . Rolex Datejust . Rolex GMT-II .Seiko 007J . Seiko 5 Series . Tissot PSR200 . Torgoen GMT E6B . A handful of Gen Purpose Mil
one second a month, how awesome! my citizen is +2s/week and I'm happy with that
what strap do you have on the skyhawk above (leather checkered with yellow stitching)?
Bookmarked to add my future collection. Haven't really taken noticed until recently, bought a Nighthawk earlier this year and want to add 2100 (Panda), Skyhawk (PVD), and Ecozilla in the near future.
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