Very nice pair of Searamblers in comparison...
Thanks for the detailed pics.
Mark A. (aka msa6712)
Great watches and great first attempt at pictures.
If I could make one suggestion, it would be to try and take your pictures outdoors, or in a brighter room. This is because the flash from your camera shows imperfections, and brings harsh light onto the picture. But good job, and keep taking pictures!
Thanks for sharing the pics. Great pair.
Thank you for the encouragements....here are a few more.
Happy 4th to all.
Last edited by Geoffrey; July 4th, 2009 at 23:12. Reason: image links
sorry 2nd go round i could not get any of the links to work. I'm trying to use "flicker" and first round worked well...this time Nada, nyet. I'll keep working on this.
Last edited by Geoffrey; July 5th, 2009 at 00:47.
Cool to see the old and new. Still curious why Doxa switched, the hour and minute subdials.
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Swapping the functions of the two subdials was a requirement based on the movement used, This was discussed on the Forum in the early posts about the 40th Anniversary T Graph.
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