Hey, thanks! It's actually a montbrillant eclipse, though. It has the same type of italicized arabic numbers on the dial as the twinsixty. Very easy to confuse at first glance. Lately it has been my work watch and hasn't left my wrist much. It can handle a lot of G's and still keep its accuracy. Sometimes I fly with a Bell & Ross by Sinn Space one (PVD).Nice twinsixty! That your work watch? b-)
The Sinn is doing well, but needs a servicing and refinishing. It's about at that point in its life. I'm going to send it in after the holidays. It's awesome to own a piece of space history like that (but not as awesome as meeting Lovell and Aldrin in a bar).How's the Sinn treating you? I broke down and made the big Panerai purchase last night.
Hi SnapIT,Hi flyby,
I look forward to your pics. Great shot! Of course the patches are a coda unto themselves for outsiders like myself but we draw meaning because of course you have lived the mission. Thanks for posting.
I came across this shot this morning. " The moment of truth" . Anyone you know?
Nice...I bet that looks sharp!Glad to hear the Sinn is doing well for you. Let me know if you need the PVD info again. Picked up a Panerai 177. It's the Ti case. I really like the Ti case with a rubber strap and deployant.