|01-28-2018, 10:41 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Feb 2016
Location: Southern California
Points: 138 (+)
How a Watch Works: New and Old
According to Seiko, 2017.
According to Hamilton, 1949.
For me watch collecting is a diversion from troubling existential thoughts. It is obvious that we are engaged in a murder suicide pact with the other species on our planet. The climate disasters have begun to occur on an upward acceleration curve. As they become more frequent, leading to crop failures, mass migrations, military conflicts etc. our inedible watch collections won't mean much.
All I can do is try to live a decent life of kindness and generosity.
6119-8120: Seiko’s 1st 70m “Sports” Diver?, 5126-8090 "The Kamen Rider", 5126-6030 “The Double Hurricane!”, 6138 UFO Chronograph, Seiko’s Rally Sports Divers, 6119-6050 “The Regatta Watch”, Poor Man's 62MAS: 7005-8050, “The Gene Kranz” 6119-8460, 6106-6430 UFO Sports Diver, Seiko’s New Rally Divers, 6106-7107 “Aztec Red” , The 7019 JDM Sports Diver Family, 6619-8230 “Simple Beauty”, Sporty Seikos of the Late 60s and early 70s, 7006-8030: Last of the 70m Sports Divers
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