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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by Jungle Jim, Jan 22, 2007.
Close. Its 44mm but yes, I do have pretty small wrists.
The Landeron has an ETA 2824 so the movement is solid, but it's not the rugged dive watch it pays homage to.
Still, I like it, it's one of my favorites
I only paid $275 for it and now I see it's going for $1000 on their website, probably because of the scarcity of the ETA movements
Sometimes these show up as a kit on Ebay
The bund chrono is sold by a guy in Hong Kong who goes by 'watchesu571' on Ebay and another auction site I can't remember right now
Kemmner also makes a similar watch that pops up occasionally
I had another one show up today
Trying different bands on it right now, so far the nato that came with it is the most comfortable
Well, one day I'll pull the trigger on this 1963 reissue. This watch is so nice.
Just posted a very good condition Lum Tec M57 in the flea market. I'm lousy with adding pictures, more so with the ipad. If interested, pm me and I can email.
Hamilton, square face , dress watch.
Art Deco sides
On the wrist
One of the (many) things that fascinate me about watches is how the look of one can be completely changed by a different strap/bracelet. Sometimes much better and other times less so, but this mesh has transformed both the look and feel of my 2nd gen Monster...
I bought one after seeing yours earlier in the thread; love the watch on its stock bracelet, mesh doesn't work for me, though that one's better than most.
I have a new Monster also,and I like the stock bracelet. A nice watch.
My Glycine Combat Sub arrived today. I'm loving it.
very nice.....looks great
1960's vintage Titus...
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wow! that's really nice. i have one of those and love it...but yours looks mint compared to mine....such a great watch.
Very nice! I haven't seen one of those in years. My father had one when I was a kid, but it was lost/sold/traded many moons ago. I'd forgotten about that old watch. Thanks for posting!
Another recent acquisition:
What's that tattoo?
I just sent off a couple of Seikos (SKX009 & SKX779) to Harold (Yobokies) for a few mods. Hopefully I'll have them back in a couple of months. I love his work on Seiko divers.