What's on your wrist?

On mine, after some small repair and service in Switzerland.
Funny, I haven't worn it for at least 8 months 
and now it feels quite normal in size What's on your wrist?
I still think it's the nicest of all worldtimers !
It got date, PP hasn't, and it has a real chronograph up to 12 hours,
with square buttons What's on your wrist?
I only would have had another name on the dial What's on your wrist?
On the other hand Girard-Perregaux is my second love...yes, watches of course What's on your wrist?

What's on your wrist?

What's on your wrist?

Carpe Diem

Doc
his was on my wrist but already changed to Speedy now :-)
08/13/2009 - 15:53

It's crazy changing several watches a day! LOL

Mickey's wearin' his Speedy too ;-)
08/13/2009 - 17:55
Miki
Hi Mickey, long time since I saw you last :-) nt
08/14/2009 - 17:08
vc
Me too :-) nt
08/14/2009 - 17:07
vc
if not a VC then an independent
08/13/2009 - 16:31
Vianney Halter today
That's you Alex,
08/14/2009 - 17:10
in a nutshell From the most die hard to avant garde, in one single person, that's why I love you so much! Take care of you and your family  and send them my hugs Doc
My preciousss...
08/14/2009 - 00:20
That one you'll never regret,
08/14/2009 - 17:12
Francois since it's connected with so much! Lovely watch, can't say more, it's everything Doc
Re: What's on your wrist - a dressy Omega.
08/14/2009 - 00:27
This is a unisex Omega dress watch with an unusual 'cast' 18k white gold bracelet - It is a simple Caliber 620 mechanical movement and was sold under the range,'Emeraude De ville'when Omega were trying to go 'top end' in the 70's as the onslaught of quartz watches,took its toll - it is heavy,weighing in at 115 grams and I have only ever seen one before on the www.old-omega.com site,in a 1970 catalog on the front page.
Word is coool :-) nt
08/14/2009 - 17:13
vc
What's on your wrist? Something that always brings a smile to my face
08/14/2009 - 09:21
My first and sentimentally most special, sorry about the my standard photo, I couldn't get a decent wristshot with my camera phone right now: BR, Dan
A classic to seldom seen,
08/14/2009 - 17:14
and you know by now, I guess that I'm fond of YG or Rg!   very nice Doc
Re: What's on your wrist? - 70's Piaget
08/15/2009 - 07:29
Piaget reference 9795. Piaget mechanical ultra-thin movement 9P. Black onyx, micropave diamond dial, diamond hour markers; Hard stone dials was a very famous characteristic of Piaget watches from mid 60's until end of 70's. A rather unusual B25 bracelet ( I believe it's a maze!), typical of Piaget know-how in the creation of gold bracelet. And it's keeping excellent time! Matthew
Diamonds are forever, as we aficionados knows..
08/15/2009 - 14:01
It takes some guts to wear these kind of watches Nice one you have, never seen before! doc
Re: Re: What's on your wrist? - 70's Piaget - wow !
08/16/2009 - 03:18
Well thats blown mine out of the water ! - I love the maze type bracelet,I can believe that Piaget would have a cult following,a bit like VC except I think mor e niche - I like very much indeed !!!!
T-bird...
08/15/2009 - 11:52
Hi Doc, Been some time ago since my last post but your second love happens to be mine too: such a lovely brand although I must admit I am not to keen after most of their latest pieces..... Anyway, today my beloved T-bird (as you can see not an up-to-date picture...). Kind regards, Mark
good to see you back Mark :-) (nt)
08/15/2009 - 13:01
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