Yobokies on stingray.
The current collection:
Bulova Percisionist Claremont, G-Shock Solar G2800B-1V, Garmin Forerunner 110 GPS, Irreantum Magellan, Orient Bambino, Oris TT1, Seiko Black Monster, Seiko FFF, Seiko Orange Monster, Seiko Soxa, Seiko Yobokies Mod, Timex Expedition
Long Gone (Sold)
Alpha Explorer, Alpha Planet Orange, Alpha Skeleton, Alpha Speedmaster, Aristo Dakar, Bernhardt Sea Shark (Traded), Bulova Marine Star, Deep Blue, T25, Elgin 1940's Vintage, Invicta Diver 9310A, Invicta 6015 Pro Diver, Invicta Pro Diver Abyss 2686, Invicta Scooby 6928, Invicta Vintage Collection Model 2805, Halios Holotype, Mido Ocean Star Powerwind, Orient Blue Mako, Orient Internal Bezel, Orient Power Reserve, Orient Thunder, Sabra Mechanical, Seagull M177s, Seiko Chronograph, Seiko Sea Urchin, Seiko SKX009, Seiko SNZH53K1, Jacques Lemans Classic (Traded), Timex Ironman, Tissot LeLocle, Vostok Hand Wind, Alpha Seamaster, ...... Militare, Vostok Europe N1, Vostok Amphibian
C&B Calf in rusty brown
and hamilton OE Calf for work days
Sweet pics of that GMT SMP.
"The World is insane. With tiny spots of sanity here and there. Not the other way around." ~ John Cleese.
Commando on Crown & Buckle
Sure Raven Vintage On Brady Water Resistant Leather
Crown & Buckle Madison
Incoming: Heuer Autavia 'Siffert'
Last edited by lenny; April 18th, 2012 at 02:16.
Left is Immersion Marlin (tritium). Right is Reactor Gamma Titanium (tritium and lume). I notched the straps with a razor blade.
The Reactor uses 2.5mm screw-bars instead of spring bars - too fat for the strap ends. First I tried to extract the plastic sleeves from the strap ends but they wouldn't move. But it was easy to enlarge the plastic sleeves with a 2.5mm drill.
Last edited by Precise; April 18th, 2012 at 07:34.
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