Mark 2 Speedmaster rules!
I would love a Mark 3 as well. I tried to buy another mark 2 last week, client found it in a drawer at home , but when I went to check the state of the movement I couldn't shift the caseback. so sent it to STS and neither could they!! needed to be cut off.
So couldn't risk it.
Today I am wearing Straton Curve Chrono on lotus racing inspired strap.
That looks a bit "Flightmaster" . I like it.
That is a really lovely design!
I'd love a single round instrument for my motorbike made out of the centre 'chrono' - switch the mpg for a rev counter and the battery for fuel, then a small vertical row of idiot lights through where the X is on the left....
... Don't suppose anyone here makes custom motorbike instrument clusters?
No, but I know of a man in Glasshutte that does...
A. Lange & Sohne motorcycle dials ftw.
Ha! More of idle thoughts. But maybe one day. What sort of price range are they?
A. Lange & Sohne
A. Lange & Sohne
Hmmmm.... would you use the 'big date' as the speed?
EDIT: scrap that here we go....
Great Talking Watches episode this week, with Roger Smith:
Amazing that someone who creates such delicate masterpieces collects more tool based watches.
What a nice man. Thanks for that.
A nice man and the protégé of the greatest British watchmaker in history.
Loved that, cheers.
I'm deep into a Talking Watches spiral. I had seen Aziz Ansari's before. They're all very good.
Cool. I also own a JLC Mk11.
Dat Speedmaster too 👌
re-adds Explorer and vintage Speedmaster to the wish list
I'm in Berlin in this weekend. Where can I find a couple good watch shops?
It's a beautiful watch.
I have a 14 yr old explorer. Basically we both have excellent taste. ;)
What took you so long? :)
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