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1962 Omega Seamaster 165.009

The Watch

With the release of the Limited Edition Omega Seamaster 1948 Olympic in 2018 for the 70th Anniversary of the Seamaster, the popularity of Seamaster's has increased! Thankfully the prices haven't skyrocketed and they are still attainable for most people. The re-edition was based on the CK2577, this reference 165.009 from 1962 is almost identical apart from the roman numerals. This attractive reference features a silver dial with applied indices and long sword hands, match that with the bold 34mm case with oversized lugs and a knurled crown, you have an instantly recognisable Omega Seamaster!

When you consider what this watch offers for a 57 year old watch, it is incredible! And the fact it is still running great today and looks just as brilliant today as it did 57 years ago when it came out of the factory! This is a timeless design, something that you can guarantee will still look fantastic in another 57 years... It has already proven the test of time in regards to design, build quality and movement reliability! 

Points of Mention

This watch is sold as watch only, it comes with a red Omega box, it also comes with an Omega signed buckle. The watch was serviced in December 2018 and is running well. The dial is in great condition, one minor mark to the dial. 

Personal Note

The Seamaster is a true piece of Omega's history and it's nice to see the vintage models still being attainable in price, I wonder how much longer this will be the case? Now is the best time to buy them in my opinion!

TAG Heuer 2000 Automatic

The Watch

This incredible TAG Heuer 2000 is the clear predecessor to the TAG Heuer Aquaracer, now one of their best-selling lines alongside the F1. The watch features a very attractive textured dial, large luminous sword hands and central seconds. Applied numerals and indices as well as an applied logo, date at 3o'clock... This watch on paper features everything you'd expect and more of a high quality Swiss watch, best part is the price is so competitive it really does make this watch one hell of a buy!

I know a few well respected figures in the watch industry and community who actually own one of these watches, it was one of their first watches and still gets wrist time today even though they have progressed far beyond the watch... It's a true testament to how incredible this watch is on wrist.

Points of Mention

This watch is sold as watch only and comes with no box or paperwork, the watch is pre-owned and therefore will have signs of wear. It has come from 1 owner and was purchased new by that owner, there is no recorded service history that comes with the watch. The bracelet is full length and is in good condition, minimal stretch.

Personal Note

If you can put the "Watch Snobbery" aside I really do believe this watch offers so much value for money. The dial is incredible and the feel on the wrist is insanely comfortable, I don't doubt this watch will make the wrist of a happy new owner and they will love it!

Longines Legend Diver...

The Watch

Whilst the Longines Legend Diver is certainly no small watch, it is true to original size of the compressor diver released in the 70s! Despite the large dimensions it still wears well on even my smaller wrist, it sits comfortably and looks truly brilliant! Longines are one of the few modern brands who embrase their history and aren't affraid to re-release some of their older successes! They stick true to design and keep it original, whilst bringing those modern qualities and movement that we would expect today! This watch really suits any strap choice too, you'll have a blast switching and swapping!

Points of Mention

This watch is sold with it's box and paperwork, inside is the book is still sealed. The watch comes on an aftermarket leather NATO strap, the original strap is no longer with the watch. The watch was purchased in 2012 at retail and has not yet been serviced, the watch is running okay though it will be due a service.

Personal Note

As for modern Longines this is one of my favourite! Whilst definitely larger than I would usually go for I can't help but enjoy the pressence on the wrist and it being true to the original size ony adds to that!

1944 Omega 30T2 SC

The Watch

75 years old yet looks just as incredible, if not more incredible, on the wrist today as it did all those years ago! This is one of those designs that transends time and will continue to do so for another 75 years! This is the exact same model that has become famous due to the RAF connection, however this model isn't a military issued model so cannot bare the RAF name. But model, movement, dimensions, dial is all the same! It is an absolute pleasure both on and off the wrist, the dimensions in my opinion are perfect. With Longines releasing the re-edition of their similar model, I would not be surprised to see Omega do the same in the not so distant future!

Points of Mention

This watch is sold as watch only and comes with no box or paperwork, the watch ispaired on a generic NATO strap. The watch has no service history, however it is working and running well! The dial has evely patina'd and looks brilliant, the case does feature some signs of age but is overall very good!

Personal Note

I do believe Omega will do a re-edition of this in the near future, so I'd recommend nabbing one of these before they do! Because once they do I wouldn't be surprised to see prices increase 2x minimum! 

Bremont Martin-Baker MBII

The Watch

"Martin-Baker is a British aviation company responsible for supplying 70% of the world’s air-forces with fighter ejection seat technology. They first approached Bremont to create the definitive aviation watch in 2007/08. More than simply putting a logo on an existing model, the watch had to withstand the same rigorous testing programme as the ejector seats themselves. Two years later, the Bremont MB range was born. The limited edition Bremont MBI was solely for pilots who had ejected from an aircraft using a Martin-Baker seat. This rather select group includes US congressmen and senators, CEOs of leading FTSE and Dow companies, and the chiefs of six air forces around the world (the one exception is a major Hollywood star who tracked down and persuaded an ejectee to buy a watch on his behalf). While the MBI is reserved for the few, the MBII is available to all and has become a Bremont best seller." And that's straight from their website! Sums it up perfectly!

Points of Mention

This watch is sold as a complete set and comes with its original box, papers, cosc card and a few little extras! The watch is pre-owned but still in good condition and has a small amount of manufacture warranty left!

Personal Note

Having worked with Bremont at retail for a few years I can safely say my appriciation for the brand and what they are trying to achieve for watch making in the UK is great and I wish them nothing but the best! This MBII is a perfect example of their ability to make truly great watches!

1992 Tudor Submariner 75090

The Watch

The Rolex Submariner is arguably one of the most popular and instantly recognisable watches in the world, therefore the Tudor Submariner holds that same design and same prestige at a more affordable price tag, that was always Hans Wilsdorf's plan for the brand. With ever increasing popularity in vintage and the scarcity of Tudor Submariner's in great condition and full sets, it has made this example we have here today very desirable! I am honoured to bring such a beautiful, mint and complete set reference 75090 to the market. Comes with it's original dial, hands, bezel, case, crown, folded link bracelet, folding clasp with dive extension and complete box and paperwork, down to the Tudor signed anchor in its original Rolex signed plastic sleeve.

Points of Mention

The watch comes as a complete set with original bracelet, crown, hands, dial, bezel and so on... Box, paperwork, guarantee paperwork and sleeve, Tudor booklet, outer box, inner box, Tudor signed anchor in original plastic Rolex sleeve, it is as complete as you can get. The watch is in incredible condition and looks unpolished, though if it has been polished it was professionally done and once at most as the watch maintains all of its original angles and sharp edges. The crystal does feature scratches, other than that it is mint.

Personal Note

This watch is deserving of a space in a museum the quality is that good! And I have zero doubt I will still be getting messages from people in a year saying they wish they snapped this up! Mark my words, better yet, by the watch and let me be the one to tell you the good news that everyone wants it again!

1979 Omega Seamaster 116.0207

The Watch

This incredible watch was purchased from a gentleman who's father had originally owned the watch and purchased it new, the gentleman's father wore it occasionally on special occasions and stored it away the rest of the time. The condition of this watch speaks for itself and only backs that the father wore it very rarely, especially for a gold plated watch that is 40 years old!

If you are in the market for a gold tone watch with a story, great condition and truly vintage then this is the perfect watch for you! The condition speaks for itself, the design speaks for itself and its from a brand that requires no introduction. 

Points of Mention

This watch comes with it's original red Omega signed box which is period correct. The watch also comes on its original bracelet with folding clasp and spare links. There is no service history on this watch, the gold plating is in very good condition with a few signs of age and the crystal has a few scratches.

Personal Note

The Seamaster range is only growing in popularity and desire and this example is one of my favourites due to that integrated bracelet design that flows perfectly into the non-traditionally shaped wrist, it is very 70s/80s and it is the design I love the most! Someone needs to buy this before I buy it for myself!

Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch...

The Watch

1969, the year man landed on the moon and he was wearing none other than the Omega Speedmaster Professional! However the history of the Speedmaster goes back to 1957 and it wasn't until 1962 that it came to the attention of NASA. If you haven't already, I would highly recommend Googling "Omega Speedmaster History" and just delve into the wide array of information out there, it really will make you appreciate this watch so much more and appreciate the fact it is still "Affordable" to get a small taste of that history!

This watch comes paired on a high quality Leather strap and an aftermarket exhibition case back, but don't panic! Both the original case back and original bracelet are provided in the box for you to switch back to if you wish. 

Points of Mention

This watch is sold as a complete set and comes with it's full box and paperwork. This is the classic Speedmaster Professional with a hesitate crystal, it comes with it's original case back and currently on it is an exhibition aftermarket option. The watch also comes with it's original bracelet, currently it is paired on a finely made Colareb leather strap. The watch is sold in used condition, however it is in very good overall condition. The watch is fully working and runs well.

Personal Note

Does it get anymore classic and perfect than a Speedmaster Professional? I think not! Whilst the aftermarket exhibition case back will not be for everyone, the original is in the box to swap back to if desired. Overall this watch in general offers a lot of "Bang for the Buck" and is desired by most collectors. I wouldn't hang about with this one!

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!

Omega Speedmaster Reduced...

The Watch

The Speedmaster "Reduced" as it is often called is the 39mm and automatic variation of the traditional Speedmaster Professional. The reference we have here, 175.0043, features a very attractive black dial with white sub dials, date placed at 3o'clock with a left sided 3 chronograph layout. The watch also has a stainless steel tachymetric scale bezel and pump pushers, it has all the classics of a beautiful vintage chronograph with the reassurance of something a little more modern, also with the price tag of something reasonable!

I personally owned a Speedmaster Reduced and it was a brilliant watch, I do not double you will see another one appear on my wrist soon and I wouldn't be surprised if it was this reference. I absolute love the dial and the overall look of this on the wrist!

Points of Mention

This watch is being sold a used watch from 1994, therefore signs of wear may be seen. Overall however it is in good condition and comes from one owner, it does feature its original box and cosc card, however guarantee card has been lost. The watch was serviced in 2017 and is running well.

Personal Note

Automatic, panda dial, one of the most respected Swiss brands outside of Rolex, great condition and running well... And if I was to say that was under £2000, would you believe me? Crazy how these are still so "affordable" in the grand scheme of things! Don't hang about with this one.

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!

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