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The Seiko "Arnie" reissue today, which is a "grail" watch for me. Received it yesterday.
The knife is a Victorinox Handyman...which I received today. And am carrying now, as Ohio just dismissed its draconian knife carry laws five days ago. Buckeyes can carry knives!
I am in a bubble of 1980s...
Then there's us gentleman who maybe weren't dilligent in seperating our whites from our colors.
And maybe we were fresh out of bleach a few times. And we know such "whites" aren't fit for public display.
Sitting here at Hofbrau Haus, Columbus. And they've got an accordian player doing some standards.
I've been here when football games were on. But honestly, the accordian stuff is better. It's not Shmenge Brothers level good, but it is much like the American banjo.
Like the banjo, you can't do...
Oh...they are mainly Seiko NH35 movements. But I am less and less willing to buy watches with NH35 movements. They are a fine, tough workhorse movement...but I have that base well covered. They are essentially a hackable 7S26 movement. I had one of those that ran for 10 years.
I have a solar...
Citizen Eco-Drive. Not sure what model or reference number. It was my Dad's watch until two Mondays ago, when he died. Dad considered himself a man of business and the office, which dictated his watch preferences differently from mine. I was mainly a soldier in much of my adult life, so my...
I like them okay. Well, I like the conservatively done ones. I own two now and I just use them as beaters. Probably won't buy another, as the stuff from most Chinese brands, like Steeldive or Heimdallr, is just head and shoulders above Invicta.