Show contentHandyman, PulsarNice! Do you happen to know what model pulsar that is? I really like it. Is the dial luminescent or just white?
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Quote from: Smashie on March 29, 2018, 04:26:39 PM(Image removed from quote.)Lovely SEIKO Smashie (is that a Cadet beside it?)Always wanted to have a SEIKO automatic from the 70s, but gave up at some point.
This thread needs a refresher Victorinox Farmer & Sinn 157 M TY with Lemania 5100 movement.(Image removed from quote.)I've got the Sinn new at my Air force time back in 1995, when money wasn't short This was the German Airforce pilots issue. They used this model from Sinn and alternatively one from Tutima (same movement, different buttons). Tested to be accurate at 8g I had a friend travelling to Frankfurt am Main to buy one from the factory, as these were not available at any Jewellery or Watchmaker shop back in 1995.
(Image removed from quote.)Sinn 756 chronograph and Wenger Soldier (1990). The Sinn is one of the first issue of this model with the case made from Damasko ice-hardened steel (later issues used steel hardened by a different process that they refer to as tegiment treatment).EDIT: Credit to McStitchy, whose post above inspired this one. Sinn and Alox go together rather well I think!
Forgot about this thread! Here are a couple of my daily combo's.(Image removed from quote.)
Nice watches and love that OC