-Friday 6:11pm AEST-
So much to do. One assignment due next Wednesday, along with a ten-minute presentation...on silverfish. Ten minutes! I could probably cover their entire history and evolution in ten minutes.
Another assignment due by next Friday, this one requiring quite a bit of hunting around for the answers. The research will take up the bulk of the time.
Appointment with the tax accountant tomorrow. I normally don't leave it so long to do my return.
And a bunch of other, niggling little tasks to attend to over the next few weeks.
So...this week's post is a short one. More of a snap-shot really.
I have been wearing the rebuilt Seamaster 300. It was on a Kevlar-style strap. I have quite a few watch straps, collected over the years, and I thought it might be time to put one on a watch and leave it on until it wears out;
Here's a tip- when buying a strap for a dive watch, consider one that has contrasting white or cream coloured stitching on it. This can tend to mimic the markers on the dial. It gives the whole look some continuity as well as giving the watch an overall old-school aesthetic.
I still wore the SM300, but decided to put a TrueBond NATO strap on it.
So much for keeping a strap on it until it rots. However, a NATO is hard to beat when it comes to comfort. You can sometimes forget that you have a watch on.
Switched to the Omega Railmaster. Busy times coming up. Have a great weekend, all, and thanks for reading!
Man, the layout's all over the place. Started writing it on the iPad and finished it on the laptop. Maybe that had something to do with it.