(Dedicated to the pink tiger stripe and the man behind it.)
Watch collector by choice
Weapons owner by necessity
In memory of D.K.
"You gave your life and your dreams so that others could have theirs."
Like winning the lottery, eh? Congratulations!
Great! The red triangle is the icing on the cake!
Wear it in good health.
Dive watches; not only for underwater
All that plastic stuff and stickers came in all of them....the Kingston though looks better without them
Enjoy wearing it
Rolex Explorer II 216570, Omega Speedmaster Pro 3570.50, Seiko Orange Boss SKA291P1, Casio G-Shock M5600
Yes, these are the Ultimate Indy from Leather Soul, Hawaii. They are great boots and I love the Chromexcel leather. . I have no problem with the Red Wing Heritage line. I think that they are a great boots at very good prices.
Drew #230 last week. So I can now open with a pair of Kings:
These are my pics:
The watch in the middle has been my every day beater. It is a Raven vintage and a strong watch on it's own.
Here are some better pics of the Kingston than anything I can or will ever take:
Kingston pics inside
This is really a nice watch. I still have to get a the bracelet resized but will be wearing it on a Hadley Roma. I do plan to get a light brown leather strap to wear it on since that seems to look great.
Now I am awaiting my 2 MKII GMT's. I hope it is not 2 year's. :D
Watches and shoes define a man's style. Congrats on the Kingstons, White Tuna.
Congratulations, White Tuna. You have a treasure chest, my friend.
How is the accuracy of your gorgeous timepieces?
Wear them in the best of health . . .
Casio: F-91W (Keeper); MKII: LRRP UTC 48; Stingray; Seafighter (Keepers); Seiko: SKX007J (Keeper); 7548 - 7009; 7548 -700H; 6117 - 8000 Navigator GMT (Keeper); SBCM023 Prospex Perpetual; MM 600 SD; CYGHAL: Alarm (Keeper); Shanghai: Mechanical; Marathon: MSar 500 Pc. Ltd. (Keeper); ROLEX: GMT II Pepsi; PAM: PR.
I am sorry. I just got the watch band adjusted today so I have only been wearing it for a few hours. Also, I am not sure how I could check on the accuracy.
It would take a lot for me to notice the accuracy being off. I use it for looks and
Methods of Determining the Accuracy of a Watch
The Stopwatch Method is easy to do once you get the hang of it. You'll be happy you did once you see how well Bill adjusts all of his watches. It adds immensely to the joy of owning a MKII.
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