Ngl, I bought my driving sunglasses (Serengeti aviator “drivers gradient”) specifically because Walter Röhrl said they were the best.
[Go straight to the golf club thread, do not pass Go, do not collect 50 dolla]
Addidas for match-day though
If it’s good enough for Walter Röhrl its good enough for me.
Lift off oversteer in the Cali with a terrified van salesman round suburban London.
I have special shoes for the GTV as well cos the pedals are super close together.
Nice Grand Seiko.
Not the best focussed picture ever, but you get the idea..
SARB love! @JB, so close but so far eh. Who am I kidding I love this watch, and would probably wear it more than a GS for fear of scratching the thing.
Desk diver overkill today
Great watch. Bezel looks badly chipped at 12, what happened?
At the other end of the scale, also back on the bracelet.
Would buy the black dial version as well if I could. Sadly out of production now.
Great watches today.
I’m still wearing this, my favourite watch lately.
Heal up quick @edscoble.
Keeping the diver theme going:
Timefactors is open again this weekend, I'm still pondering getting one of these (although I really don't need it).
Also liking the look of the new Tissot. Automatic, 100m water resistance and 80 hour power reserve for £500
It's thirsty work looking at such lovely watches on display today
Hope you are all doing well
Peace love and happy weekend
Hard act to follow :)
One for the golf bants? (I'm on holiday)
Guess the price of the cut?
I'll play, £130!
I don't know! I wear it daily so it picks up knocks and scratches. I stopped worrying about if after the first big scratch on the bracelet.
Orly. Any other takerz?
Where did that decimal place come from?
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