Too many watches, only two wrists and never enough time...
I don't want to be a sadist (or is it masochist) but i'm posting mine in a damaged state just for kicks. I hope this doesn't offend anyone.
Background: My then newly adopted kitten went into my room, jumped up my desk where the watch was, probably got excited with the ticking sound it was making and jabbed it to the floor.
Not to worry, I had the crystal replaced and it's still serving me well. In fact, its accuracy improved so much after the repair coz the shop probably regulated it. Before it got broken, it was fast by about a minute a day. Now it keeps perfect time. And yes, my adopted cat is still alive.
Seamaster 300 Steel on Sedna
Speedmaster Mk. II
Milgauss Blue Z
El Primero Vintage 1969
Heritage Black Bay (Burgundy)
My Strela 205, from I.Maier:
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Last edited by Girolamo; October 12th, 2011 at 22:15.
OKEAH Final Edition. 1976-2011. Proud owner of the original watch. Serial number: 141/300
My Poljot Ruslan 3133 chronograph on a dark brown strap!
This one has been showing up for sale a lot recently. Can anyone confirm there is a genuine 3133 movement inside?<br>
I bought one really cheap some time ago but I found the case back impossible to move and I don't have specialized tools so I've not been able to look inside yet.
Yes, Gravit, that one is a legitamate Poljot 3133 from the mid-90s!
I hereby claim this new found land, with all of it's riches, and so do name it...
Love the Ruslan!
Nice strap! Looks great on that model!
More from the Fall 2011 Collection:
In the right light, on the crystal of any given Russian watch, you can see a view of the moon from the satellite "Sputnik". More proof that Russian watches are number one in outer-space!!
My Sturmanskie Aviator
Dumb question, but how do you zero the chronograph? Because when I reset it, it goes back to the one second mark instead of zero.