If that high-speed rail had gone in that was to run along 75, I would visit detroit much more frequently.
Railroads were instrumental in the development of hyper-accurate wristwatches and wall clocks. Only the best timepieces are railroad approved and ready from durability and accuracy. I want a Ball RR standard watch SO BAD.
1) A second hand that continues when you've pulled out the crown to set the time is called a non-hacking movement. Totally normal!2) Did you shake the watch to get it started, then wind it from the crown with the crown inserted? Winding is up to forty revolutions, turning the crown clockwise.I'd be a little surprised if it were actually broken.
Parnis Portugese (Power reserve/Small Seconds)
OH! And I totally forgot about two more that I have coming:Jaragar ??????I LOVE the big second hand, very unique! Also, open heart? I fell in love. Probably average quality at best, but the price was fine.And I went against my own rules on the Fineat brand and bought one. I bought one for a couple reasons:1) It was $15. Shipped.2) The links of the bracelet don't appear to be folded. What the whaaaaat? Unheard of in this pricerange.3) The rear of the case is engraved with "Shenzhen Fineat Clock & Watch Co. Ltd." This level of honesty from these mushroom brands is unheard of. If the cases aren't sterile, they're usually stamped with crap like "Made in some European country famous for its engineering prowess (but not really because fuck you)".4) OH GOD SUCKER FOR SKELETONS IT'S A PROBLEM.5) The movement doesn't look half bad. It's not amazingly well-machined, but it's not covered in scratches or burring. So hey, worst case I'm out a really god damn nice cheeseburger.Anyhow, here it is: