Casio Oceanus Manta. Sorry about not getting the hands in better position:
Louis Erard Regulateur:
Would have been perfect a 38 mm
Instructions on How to Wind a WatchDeath stands there in the background, but don't be afraid. Hold the watch down with one hand, take the crown in two fingers, and wind it smoothly. Now another term opens, trees spread their leaves, boats run regattas, time like a fan keeps filling with itself, and from it gushes the air, the breezes of earth, the shadow of a woman, the sweet smell of bread.--Julio Cortázar
What did you expect, what more do you want? Quickly, strap it to your wrist, let it tick away in freedom, imitate it eagerly. Fear rusts the pallet forks, everything that could be reached and was forgotten keeps corroding the watch's veins, cankering the cold blood of it's rubies. And there in the background stands death if we don't run and arrive early and understand that it doesn't matter anymore.
Have a good day and be excellent to each other.
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