The last of my older watches that I haven't had on in years.. Seamaster 14k gold. The only strictly dress watch I have. Tiny, like the Constellation. Last time I pulled this one out ,7-8 years ago, it was gaining a couple of hours a day for about 2-3 days, then settled back down to normal. Didn't do it this time. Maybe the watch pixies visited.
Back to the coolest watch ever. The more I wear it, the more I like it & the easier it gets to read.
This could supplant the Hamilton Viewmatic & the Ball Fireman as my favorite watch, maybe, it's a tough choice.
One of my recent acquisitions, a Vostok (020711) on a cheap OD NATO strap.
I love the blue-to-green gradient color of the dial; now I need to look for a date-wheel (which is centered better than the picture shows) that isn't red-on-white. The bezel was pretty loose when I got the watch, but a quick adjustment (guided by a YT video helpfully posted by a B&B member) got it to just the right friction...which is good, because there are no clicks. Lume is mediocre at best, but that's not why I bought it and I have to say, it keeps time incredibly well!