Omega NATO straps are incredibly expensive. $160 MSRP for a piece of fabric and a few stainless steel buckles. It’s insane. But wow, they are incredibly good quality, designed well and look fantastic.Continue reading “Today’s Watch Pic: FOIS Gets a New Pair of Shoes”
Traded: Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean GMT (126.96.36.199.01.001)
UPDATE APRIL 2018: I traded this watch in April 2018 for another Omega – the Planet Ocean Deep Black Red (188.8.131.52.01.003). There were some things I really liked about this watch: The new bracelet quick-adjust feature (which I wrote about here). the bi-color ceramic bezel, the METAS certification of the awesome 8906 movement. But the watch was not getting a lot of wrist time.
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Review: Omega X-33 Skywalker (Gen3) Solar Impulse Limited Edition
I’ll admit it. It took me a while to appreciate quartz watches, especially ones that take batteries. I have a few Citizen Eco-Drives, a few Seiko Solars, a Seiko Kinetic, some Casio Solars and the Breitling B-50. But this is the only quartz in my collection that takes a battery (the Breitling B-50 is rechargeable).
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