Wo-ho-ho! That's what I call I first post ->! Introducing the Omega Stringmaster.No strings attached. Pun intended ;-) ...
This picture convinced me to pull the trigger on a 36mm Railmaster I'd been waffling over. Stunning photo of a beautiful watch. I can never resist a good Islay single malt either.
Can't wait to receive it!
Thank you & congratulations! That should be the one that was offered on omegaforums lately. Even the hang-tags were included. Your's looks like brandnew, astonishing! And cheers!Finally got it, love it even more in person. Such a timeless design.
And it's the perfect size for my slim 6" wrist (36mm version).
Wow! Preparing the next picture here. So many great photos lately again in this thread. |>Here is mine. Photo taken today.
My 41.5 has 48.4 lug to lugHello all, Ive been looking though some other post about the Lug-to-Lug size between the 38.5mm AT and the 41.5mm AT and I have seen different sizes posted on different forums. For 38.5 I've seen 44mm to about 46mm and the 41.5mm coming in at 48.4mm. Was wondering if any owners could provide some sizing for me that would be greatly appreciated.
Nearly. What happens if you need a watch to wear near very strong magnets? Just kidding. You're quite right.Working on the car, exercising, swimming, going to dinner, weddings...you name it. The AT 2500 on a waterproof Hirsch James strap does it all. It's a true "one" watch.