My favorite wrist watch.

Ray Fanchamps

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Here is a picture of my favorite watch. Thankfully I purchased it long before they become popular. You watch boys know more about this than I do. For those not familiar with this watch it is a high grade (right?) watch and when I purchased it I was disappointed to find I had to wind the thing every day or so. Such a good watch and not an automatic? Hmmmm.
It is an Omega Seamaster, sometimes referred to as "the man on the moon" version stemming from the Apollo program? I purchased this in 83 as a used watch. I know it has been in production or reproduction since that time.
http://www.clocknut.com/nawcc/sea.jpg
http://www.clocknut.com/nawcc/seaback.jpg
Ray Fanchamps
 

Ray Fanchamps

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Here is a picture of my favorite watch. Thankfully I purchased it long before they become popular. You watch boys know more about this than I do. For those not familiar with this watch it is a high grade (right?) watch and when I purchased it I was disappointed to find I had to wind the thing every day or so. Such a good watch and not an automatic? Hmmmm.
It is an Omega Seamaster, sometimes referred to as "the man on the moon" version stemming from the Apollo program? I purchased this in 83 as a used watch. I know it has been in production or reproduction since that time.
https://mb.nawcc.org/
https://mb.nawcc.org/
Ray Fanchamps
 

Dave Haynes

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That bumper Omega is just too cool!

I've owned several Speedmasters, manual and
auto. The manual "Real" Speedmaster Professional is by far the better watch.
They are truely special. I wonder if the modern one is still a Lemania movt. and still
has the same quality?
 

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