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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by Jungle Jim, Jan 22, 2007.
My Dad's old mid 60's ZODIAC Sea Wolf.
now THAT's a watch!~ supercool
I'm thinking about buying a Jaeger but just wanted to check a few things...
1) Do they make their own movement?
2) How is their bang/buck ratio?
Ebony and Ivory
I like Nixon watches.
"The Key" is great for motorcycling, as most watches I used to wear would get caught when taking off my jacket.
This model has a recessed time/date adjuster that you need an allen key (supplied) to adjust. And the looper on it locks the band down tight.
That's a nice pair HOOLIGAN !
Glad I'm not the only one that people think are crazy owing the same watch in more than one color.
Matching Jacques Lemans
Brown and Black
Then I do have my dress watch:
My everyday watch - Oakley Time Bomb
Rig safety award watch:
And I just picked up this crown jewel 2 days ago:
And a pic of the whole gang!
fyi - they're not the same watch, just same brand.
Not a Rolex, but can your Superlative Chronometer tell you that the barometer is rising and the time and tempature at 3000 feet while you are heading on an azimuth of 320 degrees (true not magnetic)?
It's all about the paper work....
Thanks, the Explorer is a couple of weeks old.
Suuntos are cool too!
I'm listening ...
Is it in bad form to quote myself?
Anyway, more of the Omega. In its natural environment.
There was a fella back in the '70's that had an affinity for Zodiac watchs. He terrorized California for years. Sent letters to all the newspapers with riddles and ciphers. Called himself the Zodiac Killer.
yeah, I've heard of him...
Nice shots. I have this one,
Beautiful pics shot by John B. Holbrook, II.
Got one very similar to this from my wife for our 15th anniversary.
I've been lusting after an automatic watch forever and she was nice enough to get me one. I'm pretty psyched!
Well- I was due. Been working too hard, so I figured I'd earned a nice addition to the fleet-
BTW- on a Macbook, that photo's actual size~