Boy oh boy Ron, you are on a real tear with all of your new watch builds, and
creations lately !
Seems like every time you have an idea in mind that you are
able to make it a reality with all of them too, which is so great. Honestly seems
like each watch pays tribute to classic watch making, and also have a lot of your
own individual, signature ideas within them as well. It's REALLY impressive to
see, and something to be very very proud of Ron. Congratulations ! Just hearing,
and learning about the various different parts within a watch is a lot of fun. Plus
it's not just the cases, or movements, but also things like dial feet, and also the
movement holders that are interesting to hear about too. The modifying of all
of them is neat to find out about as well. So thanks for taking the time to tell,
and show us !
By the way, seeing that movement through that case-back
is beyond cool. Many times we are used to seeing a movement with a rotor,
but this view of the ETA 2801 is special here, and it makes the watch even more
unique. Even the way you brushed the case-back adds that little extra something,
and looks AMAZING ! While the flawless looking dial with it's very beautiful triangle
markers, hash marks, and various numbers make a great team also. ..Especially
when paired with those awesome SK Watch Parts hands.
This is a watch to
appreciate in so many different ways Ron. From the movement, to the case,
Steinhart strap, and even dial feet ! ..Congrats, and I hope you keep enjoying !
Amazing watch, insight, AND pics !