just wanted to share my new to me Laco
Have got the Squad Watch ("Einsatzuhr") already for some time, too, and thought that another bracelet can provide a kind of facelift (must admit that it isn't necessarily everyone's taste with a 25mm bracelet, and the quality of the original one is superior, but 22mm only).
All the best
After watching this forum for a while, I finally decided to make my first Laco purchase. While home on leave from Iraq, I decided to order a Laco Miyota Navigator...but could not find one in stock. Instead, I ordered a Pilot Miyota. When it arrived, I knew it was love at first site. I then immediately ordered a Quartz Navigator. I took both of these Lacos back to Iraq with me.
Call me crazy, but I am wearing the Lacos on combat missions. These pictures are from an aerial recon we conducted in a black hawk helicopter yesterday. As you can see, I had my Navigator on. In the first picture, you can see the crew chief climbing back into the helicopter after loading up passengers.
I will try and get different pictures of both my Lacos in different backgrounds here in Iraq to share with you all.
I love both the watches and I look forward to sharing some photos of a true combat watch, back in combat again.
The photos can't be more authentic!
All the best to you and your mission.
BALL Trainmaster Cleveland Express
LACO Pilot B Miyota
OMEGA Speedmaster 3510.21
SEA-GULL 1963 Re-issue
BREITLING Navitimer A13322
FORTIS B42 Flieger Day/Date
BALL Engineer II Moon Glow
ANONIMO DINO ZEI Narvalo
OMEGA Speedmaster 3506.61.00
BENARUS Moray 4 - Model B
these are sitting on a plane in Singapore flying to their new owners in USA.
Here is one of mine:
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