7/14/14 at 1:47am
Posts by NonServiam
7/14/14 at 1:36am
7/13/14 at 4:53am
7/8/14 at 6:06am
Interesting reads these last pages, a bit of Rolex hating and much else to enjoy Reminiscing about an old friend as I look through my watch album. This Tudor Submariner 79090 was an awsome diver, with all the vintage Rolex traits at a modest price level. I bought it in the hope that it would satisfy my vintage Rolex craving. Yeah right. I would make a steeply declining drug addict. Fortunately, I only get high on worthless old steel divers. Watch is long gone, but not...
6/25/14 at 12:41am
A very short postcard from Geneva Yearly trip with an old friend, this year we went to Geneva. Lived in Place Longmalle inbetween FP Journe and Varcheron Constantin. Amazing location, the hotel itself was less than impressive for the price. But I choose a boring hotel over living on the other side of the river any time. Easy access to shopping and the old city. Looked at watches. A lot! Otherwise spent time at a local music festival, drinking and eating on the...
6/19/14 at 4:56am
Thank you Hehe, tounge-in-cheek of course. Travelling is always worth it, and I know that Geneva is expensive. Even coming from where we live. Would have been fun to buy there though, milk straight from the cow so to speak Looking forward to eyeing a whole lot of goodies! All major brands are of course well represented, I'll probably see more of the insides of boutiques than the city. My AD booked us a private guided tour of the Patek Philippe museum, I expect that to be...
6/19/14 at 1:20am
The silverdialled RO is quite something, stitch! I think it would suit you I just ensured my watch account will be forever dry, by buying a house Moving out of the city, finally! To add insult to injury, I'm travelling to Geneva with a friend, and with no spending money And, because AP:
6/6/14 at 2:45pm
Thanks, Dino! Yeah, great knives. Sturdy and affordable. Very easy to like. I have a few. Prefer the light, plastic handled ones, but the larger G10 handled are really something. But the knife you bother to drop in you pocket is better than the one at home. I'm usually one for fixed knives when out in the wilderness, Scandinavian style, but a folder has its place when a knife on your belt is too much.Dug up a very ... orange ... watch and knife pic Watch gone, knife still...
6/6/14 at 12:35am