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That’s Amfibia (proper English name for the line ‚Amphibian’). Line made by Vostok (Russia) since 1960s.Atfedya?
Is that a manufacturer's name or a model name?
Good looking watch by the way. 31 jewels should be plenty!
Yes now I see ~ jumping between printed/cursive Cyrillic has always been a challenge for me.That’s Amfibia (proper English name for the line ‚Amphibian’). Line made by Vostok (Russia) since 1960s.
The jewel count includes 10 ruby rollers in the reversers, that’s why there are so many.
Ha!Definitely reminds me of the digital I had as a little guy.
Never did get my Nelsonic Game watch.... Only the cool kids had those ..
That's interesting, I am having a Sekonda Saturday, and this must be about '84 I think, from my college daze.Hello all.
Not a common type of watch on this thread, but it is what I'm wearing today: a Casio W217.
Yes a digital, but this one pulled on my heartstrings. It reminds me of some watches I had in the late 1970s and early 80s when I was still a kid. It is larger than those though, has an interesting gold tinge to the screen, the digits are large and easy to read. Light, comfortable and fun, it gets a lot of time on my wrist.
Not for everyone of course, but for those of my vintage I believe it will bring on the nostalgia. At least for me it did. Enough so that it is my first digital in 30 years, my first watch purchase in over 15.
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