Nice, really like those new Save The Ocean ones. How thick is it?
It measures in at 13mm, which I thought would be too big but it doesn't look that thick on. And I don't have the biggest wrists.
Set a goal with a reward and get said reward when goal is reached.
Inspired by earlier post from underuser53929:
'flecto Friday with the MTG
Before I saw the picture I was expecting a Casio F91W or some such cheap digi watch. I like this. Whats the model?
About as far from a yacht as I could be...
Using the justification ‘what if I get hit by a bus today?’ I’m wearing my 40th birthday prezzie a week early. 1969 Air-King-Date with linen dial, I’m a lucky (middle-age) man.
Gorgeous. Happy early 40th!
Really loving the cocktail.
Back with the Sharkdiver this week.
Great! Happy birthday!
I'm wearing mine a year earlier... Same reason!
Just picked this up from the Royal Mail depot - Smiths Ingersoll ‘explorer’ dial is more gold than the photos shows...
Is the dial blue(ish)? Wondering if web photos elsewhere are over-egging the colour.
Cheers! It was a bargain off eBay... id thought the lugs would be wider and had set aside an oyster bracelet for it but they measure 16mm - might try and fettle the shoulders of this bracelet to fit... 🤷♂️
That’s bloody lovely! 👌
Strong Friday everyone, bravo!
I did something similar to fit a bracelet to one of the flags. I used a very fine hand file and lots of patience. Went very slow and careful as to not remove too much, and swapped sides often.
Yes it is. Very light, but is more noticeable in the flesh. Here’s the saturation whacked up to 11.
Thanks, I really like that but will keep looking for something monochrome.
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