Upgrade your Time with the Chrono watch! 💥@meanwhileinawesometown is wearing his Chrono all Black croco leather! #bekapten#kaptenandson
Available: Stunning 10Hz chronograph from the house of Breguet. We are talking about the Type XXII High Frequency Chronograph that vibrates at 72,000 beats per hour, well over twice as fast as your standard mechanical Swiss automatic that operates at 4Hz which is 28,800 beats per hour. On the dial side you have the dual time zone indication and date window indication at 6 o’clock, and the double split chronograph function indicated with the red hand. The rose gold case measures 44mm and the watch features a silicon lever and escape-wheel, making it more durable and resistant. 🇨🇭️ #oldestwatchstore
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#StateofCollection 21 watches here, one still frozen from last weeks challenge 🙈⌚️⛄️! After a week it's still working!! ❄️❄️😁⛄️⛄️ . . .
Hello watchfam! Join us for the #6WMshootout “State of the Collection”. Have you been concentrating or expanding? As we all know, the collection changes based on many factors. As our taste changes so too does our collection. For that reason we’d like to see a glimpse of where your collection is. We can't wait to see what you come up 🙌😊⌚️. . . . . .
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From the photo-essay „Remains of a Soviet Utopia“ by @ingmarbn and @arne_piepke
The inhabitants have no documents in order to confirm that they bought the apartments. Due to this circumstances the buildings remain in miserable conditions: Up to 2004 there was no running water – the power and water supplies are still deficient today. In some of the Soviet buildings, water has been dripping through the ceilings, down several stories - basements and ground floors have been flooded due to the defective sewer system.
Vaziani, an estate of rundown tower blocks, was constructed during the soviet era and served as accommodation for soldiers, stationed in a near-by military base. Back then the population lived in prosperity and the settlement flourished. After the downfall of the USSR, the stationed Russian soldiers left the housing estate for home. All that was left were the ruins of a socialistic dream, which should become a new home for the poorest of the poor. The government sold the flats for 50 Lari to people with deprived backgrounds, homeless and refugees from Abkhazia. Although time shattered concrete to dust, the people stay – they hope for a future in their home.
The photo-essay 'Remains of a Soviet Utopia' by @ingmarbn and @arne_piepke, documents the present conditions in the former military town – it portrays the inhabitants, reflects their daily life and their connection to Vaziani.