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Discussion in 'Watches' started by Peter Atwood, Mar 31, 2006.
Black Monster mod
lume shot attempt
have a nice weekend
Today, it's a Breitling Ocean Colt Automatic. Most days an all stainless Tag 2000 Professional.
Playing aropund with Photoshop.
99.9 PERCENT OF THE TIME IT'S MY 1984 ROLEX SUBMARINER. WHEN I WANT A BREAK I WEAR MY 1954 ROLEX DATE JUST OYSTER MANUAL WIND.
Watches weren't invented until 1983...
See more G's and toys at my G2MAX site.
Right now it is the one I just got in the mail. I had wanted one of these for a long time, and I finally found it for less than $500.00. Much less. I only wish the bezel marker, and compass had tritium vials.
Today a 1950's Bulova Accutron ( Railroad Certified ) wristwatch, I prefer vintage watches.
I also own a orange California face Tudor and my next purchases are going to be a Breitling - 1960's era chrono, Zenith white elPrimero, blue face Revue Thommen 1994 LE.
ALL my watches have been previously owned, well cared for and 1/2 the price of a new one...
Today (6/7/07), I am wearing this one:
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After seeing Sensen no Sen's site... I thought, what is this thread missing? The answer occurred to me. It needs another G-Shock!!!
Anyway here is my EDC watch.
Traer Code Blue on a Maratac, soon to be switching to a grey Maratac mill spec band
my brand new luminox diver.
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HeY Raptor how do you like that Code Blue. Is it bright? easy to read?
Wow, did anyone read the thread topic? It doesn't say "Watcha Table Wearing?" or Watcha Gun Wearing?"
This is my watch, I've worn it all day, every day, for the three years I've had it. Best watch I've owned so far, although I have a few complaints about it, I wish it had tritium, I miss that about my old Luminox watches. My other complaint is that it's very easy to accidentally change the LCD time zone, and it's function from date to time or alarm. I've found that having the LCD display the date makes the most sense, since the analog display is always showing the time. For those who don't know, rotating the crown while it's pushed in all the way changes the mode, which is indicated by the small analog display at the bottom.
so apparently the traser code blue and the luminox 3100 series have the same stainless chassis.
06/19/07 I am wearing my Tag Heuer Auto, it is from the 6000 series. I LOVE this watch!! I have had it for 7 years.
this is my every day watch (actually its my only watch)
3 year old Traser not sure of the model number
the only time its not on my wrist is if im in the shower
would love an orange monster or tissot t touch to wear too, but i cant really afford another expensive hobby (photography, knives and flashlights are bad enough
....gotta' love the simpicity
What is it?
Some of us are not watch experts .......yet!
Sorry LZ...I put this together out of Yao parts. It started out life as a Sandoz Singapore Sub, the one with the sapphire crystal and larger crown. I modded it with the sterile Type I dial with red date wheel & Type I hands. Case is approx 40mm and powered by an ETA 2824 auto movement. I put it on a double ridged rubber strap for the summer, and switch back to the bracelet for the rest of the year.
Well it sure is purdy!!