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Wow! Those are 2 great options. I'd take the Date/Moonphase version, no doubt.
The sheer volume of product that Seiko puts out (probably the biggest total collection of all the makers) makes some of their designs derivative by default. But they make some of the most individualistic watches around as well. When the "Tuna" launched back in the late seventies I highly doubt that anybody else would have the imagination to make such a product. ( Yeah, the PloProf existed:) ) In 1975 it was the first divewatch made from titanium as well. The kinetic and...
I really loke the look of the Zenith Elite if you prefer a watch that looks good on a strap. The finishing of the dial is spectacular IRL. The SBGR061 from Grand Seiko is also a great alternative.
I have more or less decided that the SBGR061 will be the perfect watch for me when I reach 50. When trivialities like lume and water resistance were nececcitiesof the past.
Euro bumpers will be a huge lift. I think the color looks great and if it drives good as is, i think making a list of the most critical stuff and tackle it in stages. W123 has always been a passion and I've owned several and the ride is probably the most important aspect of that line of cars. Sort that first and it will be a lot more enjoyable on longer trips. The 240 and 300d are great for just slowing down the pace and enjoying the ride. How do you find the gearing for...
Stanley. You should check out Kent Bergsma or "Mercedessource" channel on youtube. Informative and zen at the same time:)
subscribed! Great stuff in this thread.
I have the Seamless down parka and it does a good job alone down to 0 degrees celcius. Lower than that I add a sweater or the ultra light down west for extra insulation. The Parka is a great piece of clothing, extremely light and great quality compared to other down products that I've had in the past that were more expensive.
And probably all too true.
I like the veinyness of the jacket as I think it adds life and character to the leather. But I know this is highly subjective.
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