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BRAND NEW - Seiko Alpinist

The Watch

When it comes to modern Seiko and references, there really isn't many that come as close to fame as the Alpinist. That iconic green dial with the dial layout, design ques and 2 crown system... It's an instant icon within watch collecting and now discontinued! This is one of those watches I believe will only grow in appreciation by the masses, it offers so much for the money and even if it doubled in price I think it could still give the other watches in that price point a solid run for their money.

Points of Mention

This watch is sold as a brand new and unworn example of the Seiko Alpinist with it's box and paperwork. You cannot get much better than this.

Personal Note

This will be the 5th Alpinist I have sold! I cannot get enough of them. I say it everytime, but green really isn't my colour, though this watch seems to sway me everytime! 

Grand Seiko Hi-Beat GMT...

The Watch

This incredible Grand Seiko, reference SBGJ005, features the hi-beat GMT 9S86 movement, not only is it a beautiful movement to look at through the back, it is also a highly accurate and very smooth GMT. This watch comes from a time before the transition to removing "Seiko" from the dial, it is a point of discussion that often splits people, I personally prefer the look of "Seiko" on the dial but completely understand their reasoning for changing it.

The dial on this watch is to die for, the texture is incredible and it is very difficult to photograph, however it has been captured in it's true nature in a few of the shots. The finishing of the case and hands are also incredible, I think there are not many brands that can compete with Grand Seiko on their finishing, especially for the same price!

Points of Mention

This watch is being sold a used watch and therefore some signs of wear may be seen, but overall it is in very good condition and comes from 1 owner from new. The watch comes complete with it's box, paperwork, hand tags and everything you would get from buying from retail. Watch is running very well.

Personal Note

I have to say, I think the transition to removing "Seiko" from the dial was a good one for the brand, but I do feel that "Seiko" on the dial really balances on the look of the dial but also adds a lot of stealth to this watch! Most people would see the word "Seiko" and think nothing more, however, the ones who know... Will know!

Seiko Alpinist – SPB089

The Watch

Here we have a very attractive Seiko Alpinist, but not any Seiko Alpinist... It is the new SPB089 limited to 1959 pieces featuring a stunning blue dial, finished in a similar way to the green, with a mesmerising texture which plays beautifully in different light. If you have the chance to see one in person I highly recommend it. But this one is gone as quick as it came in! So be sure to send me an email if you want one to get your name on my list incase I get another one in.

Points of Mention

This watch is sold as a brand new and unworn example. Complete with everything it was original sold with. Limited edition of 1959.

Personal Note

The Alpinist has been a classic for a long time from Seiko, this blue however takes it to another level! Whilst the green is very attractive and will still be the go-to for most people, this blue really adds another dimension. Between the two, I would go for one of these!

Rolex Submariner No-Date -...

The Watch

The Rolex Submariner was first introduces in 1953 with the first "Date" model, the infamous 1680, being introduced 1966! There you could argue this reference 114060 is the most true to the original Submariner as it features no date! Either way it is the Submariner I think everyone can get behind as the conversation of whether you like the Cyclops or not doesn't even have to cross the mind, the symmetry of this watch is a work of art!

Points of Mention

This is a used Rolex being sold in good condition, has some signs of wear on the polished parts of the case with some scratches to the clasp and bracelet. The watch is being sold as a complete set with the bezel protector still, it is still also in warranty. 

Personal Note

The perfect modern Submariner? I think so! Don't get me wrong, I'm not one of those people who hate the cyclops, it really doesn't bother me! But I just think the watch looks so perfectly proportioned without it, it really makes it feel like the "Tool" it was intended to be.

Rolex Explorer 2 - 216570

The Watch

This Rolex Explorer II, reference 216570, is a very faithful tribute to the original Rolex Explorer II, reference 1655, but with a white polar dial as opposed to the black dial of the famously nickname "Steve McQueen". This watch divides some of the purists as it comes in at 42mm and I am someone who used to agree with that crowd, though after having the watch on wrist and giving it a real chance I have to say the oyster case allows for insanely comfortable wrist time and that extra size very quickly goes unnoticeable! 

Points of Mention

This is a used watch being sold in good condition with very few signs of wear, few hairline scratches and some marks to a few links. The watch is being sold as a complete set with spare links, you cannot go wrong with a set like this!

Personal Note

This watch came in and sold before we even had the chance to finish all the photos! I suspect there are a lot of people kicking themselves for not snatching this one when they had a chance, this is why we stress the importance of following us on Instagram! We often offer watches a few days earlier there for people to buy!

Squale x Page&Cooper...

The Watch

This is one of those cool watches with an equally cool story! So it goes that Squale found multiple, original, bakelite bezels in a draw and decided to make a limited edition of 60 watches in 3 different colour ways. The end result is incredible, it begs to be photographed and truly feels great on the wrist. It is quite a thick watch but due to the shape of the case and the profile of the case back it actually hugs the wrist fairly well, that is even on a smaller wrist. 

The use of a Bakelite bezel here is what really takes the show! Also the vintage colour ways, of the 3 colours they used this is my favourite as it feels the most retro. I think they made a great choice of making it this limited, this really feels like one of those watches you will not see again, and that is limited!

Points of Mention

This is a pre-owned watch being sold in very good condition and a complete set with all it's accessories and extra straps, it even comes with one more strap than it did when purchased originally. Limited to 60 pieces it is a rare watch, of those 60 there are 3 different colours split into 20, so technically this colour is 1 of 20 made.

Personal Note

Squale is one of those brands that doesn't always get the love it deserves in my opinion, however even the "haters" of the brand that I have shown this watch their opinion usually changes! I think regardless of your opinion on the brand this is one hell of a watch and offers so much for so little in my opinion! Also, find another one!

Smiths "Diver"

The Watch

I mean what is there not to love about this watch? A vintage diver style by an awesome British brand, also coming in at 40mm it is no vintage sized diver, it sits comfortably and compares nicely with any modern piece of today in size! Plus the case is not your traditional round case, it is a slightly cushion case which allows for even better wrist ergonomics. It is a delight both on and off the wrist, the kind of watch you do not come about often, plus freshly serviced so running well!

Points of Mention

This is a vintage watch and therefore signs of age will be seen, please see photos! The hands and dial have been professionally relumed, this was done when the watch was serviced this year. The case is base metal and is showing some signs of age, but overall in good condition for it's age!

Personal Note

These vintage style divers are a personal favourite of mine and one I have to battle with often when it comes to buying in for my personal collection, especially when they are as nice as this one and by such a cool brand. I suspect this will not last long!

Omega SpeedyTuesday

The Watch

I am excited to bring this incredible Omega Speedmaster #SpeedyTuesday to sale! It comes as a full set with everything it would have when sold initially, in very good condition. It is also a very early 14*/2012! It ticks a lot of boxes for the Speedmaster fan out there, it certainly ticks a lot of boxes for me. This watch is special for a lot of reasons beyond how incredible it looks!

It was released by Omega in partnership with Fratello watches to celebrate the 5th year anniversary of their #SpeedyTuesday which they introduced in 2012, hence being limited to 2012 pieces. The dial is inspired by the Alaska Project III moon watch which only 56 were made, but this is the first reverse Panda Omega have done in Speedmaster Professional. It is also the first watch Omega sold entirely online! That's a lot of firsts...

Points of Mention

This watch is sold with everything it would have been sold new with, even the plastic watch shipment case. The watch is worn but in good condition, hairline scratches to be expected on acrylic crystal. Still under manufacture warranty too, plus it is an early 14*/2012 limited edition piece!

Personal Note

The SpeedyTuesday is not only a super cool watch but one that means a lot to me! You will see on my home page a picture of this watch under the "Sold" picture, that is because I actually sold one of these very early on in the KibbleWatches days when this watch was first released! So it holds a special place for me and I am excited to offer another one, take it quick!

1968 Rolex Date 1501

The Watch

There is something special about a 34mm oyster case, whilst on paper you would 34mm may be too small, in reality it wears much larger than the mm size may suggest! This case provides one of the most comfortable wearing experiences in my opinion. The reference 1501 features the inconic engine turned bezel, giving it something more than a traditional smooth bezel and less than a reflective fluted bezel, it is the perfect in-between, the kind of watch you could wear daily and it would go unnoticed!

This wonderful example comes with it's original papers and a spare link, the condition of this is very good as you can see from the photos! I think if you are in the market for a 34mm Rolex then look no further, even if you was only considering a 36mm I would say you have to put one of these on your wrist and realise how perfect it is!

Points of Mention

This watch comes with a bracelet that will fit up to a 7 1/4inch wrist. Original paperwork including the original COSC certificate, rare to find all this together after all this time! The watch comes with no box. No service history provided though the watch winds smoothly, functions work and it runs well!

Personal Note

A 34mm Rolex will certainly be added to the personal collection at some point, smaller watches are definitely my preference and this fits right in with that! The condition of this is very good and what it comes with is just a bonus, don't hang about on this one!

Lemania Regatta Elvstrom Sails

The Watch

I am excited to bring this very incredible watch to the store as it was one I enjoyed researching about and learning about! The brand Lemania is most famous for it's movement, this case was no difference with the introduction of the Caliber 1345 developed in the beginning of the 1970s. This movement and it's design would see it's way into many big Swiss names we know and love, ranging from Tissot up to Omega and many others. By the 1980s they bring it to the market under their own name and called it the Lemania Regatta, which is the model we have here. Interesting this one is also signed "Elvstrom Sails", though it is not the typical Elvstrom Sail ones you can find on the market or in the documents online, which makes this one certainly interesting!

When you consider what this watch has to offer and how unique it is, it is certainly a lot of watch for the money and someone to be considered if you are not only into the big names. Goodluck finding another one of these on someones wrist in the wild!

Points of Mention

The watch is sold as watch only and therefore comes with no box or paperwork. The watch is showing signs of wear and age to the case, the dial is clean. The regatta function works as intended and the watch is running, though there is no service history with this watch. 

Personal Note

I had a lot of fun trying to learn what I could on this watch, though I suspect I only discovered a mere drop within the ocean! When considering watches for the personal collection it usually stems from watches like this, ones I look into and get absolutely hooked!

LIP Nautic-Ski Electronic

The Watch

LIP was founded in 1867 and has certainly been through a lot, though before those tough times in the 70/80s they made some very innovative and funky watches, this was certainly one of them! LIP has been reborn and is producing some very great re-issues, they even have one of this watch in Automatic, but this being the OG Electronic, worlds 2nd electronic watch, it is a special watch!

Let's not forget that this also has a super compressor case with inner bezel, plus it's original cross-hatched crowns! It doesn't get much better than this, it is also paired on a very fitting vintage bracelet that suits the watch very well!

Points of Mention

The watch is sold as watch only and therefore comes with no box or papers. The luminous material on the dial and hands is aged evenly and missing a small amount on the hour hand. The crowns operate the watch, though are a little tight. The movement can be a little temperamental after changing the time and stop, with a small shake it continues fine, strongly recommend a service!

Personal Note

Granted! This watch is definitely showing some age and would have seen some better days... It's a true watch, honest and incredible. When I get a vintage watch like this in I get very excited! These are the kind of things that get my gears going. Don't hang about on this one!

LIP Himalaya

The Watch

I always enjoy bringing attractive watches at attractive prices, this is one of them! Coming in at 35mm it wears very well on the wrist and has a very useful day/date function, whilst in French it isn't too difficult to learn the days of the week ;) The overall design, feel and case gives me Heuer Carerra vibes on the wrist, it definitely looks a lot more expensive than the asking price.

If you are in the market for a vintage watch that will look at home on the wrist during a fine diner, or in a t-shirt and shorts during the summer, this is certainly that watch! Plus being a LIP it will attract only the attention of watch nerds! Treat yourself.

Points of Mention

The watch is being sold as watch only and comes with no box or paperwork. The watch is in vintage condition with patina developing on the dial, scratches to case and signs of wear. The watch is currently working well, though it has no service history!

Personal Note

I find this watch very comfortable on wrist and it certainly ticks a LOT of boxes as a vintage watch lover! Plus... I don't think you'll see another one of these out in the wild anytime soon! 

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