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1981 Seiko Turtle

The Watch

The Seiko turtle is an iconic watch among watch collectors, the case ergonomics still amaze me! Whilst you look at the dimensions on paper you may think it's a large watch, but how that cushion case sits on the wrist is something special. This is the reference 6309-7040, dating to 1981. The dial, hands and bezel insert are replacements. You still get that vintage feeling with this watch and all the charm that comes with a vintage dive watch.

Points of Mention

This reference does have replacement hands, dial and bezel insert. The watch comes with no box or paperwork. The watch is currently running but has no service history.

Personal Note

Whilst most of the watch has been replaced it is still a nice looking Turtle and for the price you really cannot go wrong. I have always been a fan of the Seiko turtle and I hope to add a true vintage reference to the personal collection one day.

Seiko Alpinist SARB017

The Watch

The Seiko Alpinist is a famous watch within the watch collecting community, if anyone even sees part of the dial they could probably name the watch. We have this paired on the Strapcode Jubilee bracelet which fits the watch perfectly and adds a real sense of quality, the original strap is also provided. This model is freshly serviced, a full set and with the high quality bracelet. I think this is as good as it gets for a highly desirable reference from Seiko! Plus the prices of these have gradually been increasing over the past few years and I do not see that being a trend that is slowing down!

Points of Mention

This watch comes with it's box and paperwork, original leather strap and with the Strapcode Jubilee. The watch was serviced in 2019 and is running well and still has the paperwork for that service. 

Personal Note

Green isn't my colour, never been a fan. BUT I can't get enough of this watch, the tone of green and the way it plays in the light is perfect! I have sold 3 Alpinist in the past and have owned many Seiko's with the Strapcode Bracelets... This is amazing on the bracelet and really turns the watch from a cool watch, into an incredible watch! Don't hang about on this one as I suspect it won't stick around long.

Hamilton Khaki King

The Watch

Hamilton offer incredible value for so much watch, there really isn't many brands that can give them a run for their money in the Swiss market. So to think that at Retail they offer great value, imagine how great that value becomes when the watch hits the secondary market! An automatic day/date watch on a bracelet for the asking price we have is bonkers! Plus not the mention the great and iconic military dial styling which is very legible in all light condition, plus... It just looks epic! It is build very well too, which we come to expect from the Swatch brand and they certainly don't disappoint! I don't suspect this will stick around long so be sure to click that buy button before it goes and you regret it!

Points of Mention

The watch is sold as watch only and comes with no box, paperwork or spare links. It will currently fit up to a 6 1/2 inch wrist, so please keep this in mind before buying. The overall condition is good, hairline scratches to the case, bracelet and clasp. The watch is in running condition though there is no service history.

Personal Note

I love Hamilton and I will be adding one to the personal collection very soon! I have owned and sold many over the years and I think along with Tissot they offer some of the best value for money watches in the Swiss market today! This won't last long! If it does I may have to keep it for me!

Seiko Solar Chronograph

The Watch

Who doesn't like a good Seiko? We certainly love them here at KibbleWatches and jump at the opportunity to sell them. This one was no different, the design of this one is brilliant and very similar to the infamous Seiko Flightmaster, this reference however is slightly different and has nice pops of red on the dial and bezel, it's this subtle difference that really makes this watch pop on the wrist! Also Seiko have a way of making larger dimensions wear well regardless of wrist size, I have a fairly small wrist and find this watch super comfortable!

Points of Mention

The watch comes with no box or papers and is paired on a non Seiko NATO strap. The watch is fully functional and in good used condition, few hairline scratches to the case but nothing major. Good example for a very affordable price.

Personal Note

I think this watch at this price would actually make a great gift to someone, whether it is someone into watches or not, you really cannot go wrong with a great designed Seiko. They are built well, last ages and take a good beating! So treat yourself or treat someone else!

Seiko "Royal Oak"

The Watch

When I saw this watch I just couldn't help myself, I had to buy it! Yes it is a homage to the AP Royal Oak, but this is so much fun for such little money in the grand scheme of things. The dial has developed a patina which has given it an almost star dust finish which is hard to capture, but when in the right light it really shows itself off! The bracelet is super comfortable and the wrist presence is very nice.

I think if you're dreaming of that Royal Oak but aren't quite there, this watch is the perfect thing for the meantime! It scratches that itch whilst still standing on it's own merits and being enjoyable... Who knows, when you get the Royal Oak you might still pull this out of the watch box for a bit of fun!

Points of Mention

The watch has a lovely black dial which has patina'd and developed an almost stardust effect, quite difficult to capture but feel free to email me and I can do my best to get some natural shots showing this effect. The case does bare scratches and the bracelet has some stretch, this wasn't a safe queen and was worn and loved. The folding clasp is still secure and snaps nicely, it comes with its entire bracelet and will fit a very large wrist. The watch will be fitted with a new battery.

Personal Note

I really like this watch and truly had to buy it when I saw it! Didn't even blink. I will be enjoying this watch from time to time until it can go off to its new home, I'll be quite sad when it does! But a watch like this deserves to be enjoyed.

Tudor Heritage Chronograph

The Watch

In 2018 I sold initially the blue dial, then later the black dial, now to finally have the grey dial I have completed the modern set! Each one has it's own quirks and stand out features in design, however I do feel this one knocks it out of the park and provides the perfect colour combination on the Heritage Chrono range. This is one of those watches that you could look at and believe it has been plucked right out of the 70s, the design screams retro! Whereas the moment you pick up the watch you get the instant feeling of modern and robust, everything Tudor is aiming to be.

This is a lovely example that comes with as a complete set with it's full box and papers, only purchased in August 2018 it is still in warranty and will prove to be a great watch for any collector! Save yourself a hell of a lot of money from retail, pick this up!

Points of Mention

This watch comes as a full set with it's original box and paperwork, the watch was purchased in August 2018 and has been worn few times, though some signs of wear can be seen on the clasp. As this is the later batch from Tudor it doesn't come with a complimentary NATO strap, however if you ask nicely I may be so kind as to provide you a nice NATO strap. The watch is still under warranty! 

Personal Note

I love the Heritage Chrono and it is the Tudor watch I would buy if I was to buy a modern one from the cataloge right now! Sure... It's a big watch but it wears so well even on the smaller wrists thanks to the case design, plus the dial design is something that'll easily look good in 30 years!

Oris Big Crown Pointer Date

The Watch

In 1938 Oris invented a watch that was to be used by Pilots and aid them in their tasks, it would feature a Big Crown which is now synonymous with Oris and also featured a Pointer Date, where the date is indicated by another hand pointing to the date on the outside of the dial. A very simple yet effective way of displaying information on the dial with ease of use via the big crown, Oris created a classic then and it still looks great today.

This reference is one that is not seen often, the pointer date actually goes anti-clockwise which is different to most. It has a lovely bold coin edge bezel, large luminous hands and a offset sub seconds. Not to mention the texture on the dial, the whole design is just so right on this watch. Whilst a little on the smaller side at 33mm, I can safely say you don't realise the size on wrist as the dial and bezel give the illusion of a much larger watch.

Points of Mention

This watch is sold as watch only, therefore it comes with no box or paperwork. The bracelet has no spare links and will fit up to a 6 3/4inch wrist. This is a pre-owned and worn watch from the 90s, therefore signs of wear will be seen. No significant marks or damage to the watch.

Personal Note

Oris is another one of those brands that really help kickstart me into watches, the iconic red rotar in their movement which allowed me to view and become fascinated with the inner workings of a mechanical time piece. All these thoughts and emotions come back with any Oris I handle, this one is a lovely one and will make a collector or even some new to watch very happy!

Seiko Champion Calendar

The Watch

Vintage Seiko is always something special and whenever we get one in we all get very excited, however this one put us dead in our tracks. The design of this watch is so well thought out and shows what Seiko do well. The crosshair silver dial has developed a lovely and even patina, the gold tone hands are in great condition. But where this watch gets me is that date, it is a black date with gold text, how damn cool is that? Then a gold tone inner bezel, this watch is just beautiful.

If you are a Seiko fan then this watch is easily a no-brainer! However if you haven't given Seiko a chance in the past I would say here is your chance with a beautiful reference and one with a history that can continue to fascinate for years to come!

Points of Mention

This is sold as a watch only, no box or paperwork is provided and there is no service history. The watch features a gold plating which is showing signs of wear and discolouration in places, however it doesn't look out of place in my opinion due to the watch clearly looking old. The dial has developed an even patina, please see the photos to make up your own decision. The watch is in running condition and comes paired on an original leather Seiko strap. 

Personal Note

I love this watch. I think if my description didn't show that then I don't know what will. I mean just look at the photos! If this watch had a "Prestigious Swiss" brand name on it I easily think it could be 10x the price and depending on that brand people wouldn't even take a double look and just buy! Snatch this up.

Zenith Trench Watch

The Watch

We are excited to bring this beautiful Zenith to the store, it is no secret my love for the brand and their vintage watches. I truly believe they offer some of the best value still on the vintage market! This model features such a beautiful and completely original, untouched dial with its original blued hands. It is on the smaller side coming in at 29mm however due to the case shape it wears very well in my opinion.

We believe this watch dates to the 1940s and I have named it a Trench Watch as it crosses the line between a Trench Watch in design and also a Military Watch, however it doesn't sit exactly on one side. This is great for the seasoned collector and also the newbie collector, it offers a lot for such a small price in the grand scheme of watches!

Points of Mention

This watch features a evenly patina'd dial throughout, original blued leaf hands and central seconds hand. The case is made of base metal and is showing some sings of wear, especially on the edges of the case. The stainless steel caseback is showing scratches too, the acrylic crystal is in good condition. The watch has a unknown service history, however it is running and working well.

Personal Note

This is a small watch and I am personally fine wearing small watches, I really enjoy it! However this watch would look amazing for a lady too, if you are not a small watch guy I think you should get this for the special lady in your life, get her into watches! And if your a lady reading this, treat yourself with this beauty!

1982 Rolex Oyster Perpetual...

The Watch

There is something special about a 34mm oyster case on wrist, especially on a bracelet, it has the wrist presence of a larger watch but yet wears incredibly on the smaller wristed without looking silly on the larger wrists. This Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date features a beautiful champagne dial with gold hands and indices, intact lume plots around the outer edge of the dial on the minute track. A very well kept engine-turned bezel on an, also very well maintained, 34mm oyster case. The watch also comes paired on it's original Rolex oyster bracelet and clasp. 

This reference offers the Rolex Cal. 3135 which allows for easy quick-set date, making it a very attractive option for the person with a collection that they rotate often, pick it up, change the date and off you go. 

Points of Mention

The watch is in great overall condition for age. We have no service history for the watch but all functions work smoothly, winding is smooth and date change is sharp, the watch is also running well. The watch comes with enough links to fit a 7inch wrist on full length of clasp.

Personal Note

It is no secret that I love smaller watches, having a smaller wrist it was just a given. This reference provides the small size on wrist but larger wrist presence with the oyster case, it's perfect. Plus coming on it's bracelet with a clean champagne dial too, modern quick set movement, it really is a great Rolex option for the person either looking for their first Rolex or a collector looking for a fun reference to add.

Longines Conquest Heritage

The Watch

This beautiful 35mm vintage inspired dress watch harps back to the original Longines Conquest from the 1950s, typically with these heritage re-issues the brands cannot resist changing a fair few things, whether that be the size or subtle upgrades to make it more "modern". I am pleased to say Longines resisted this temptation and created the perfect modern version of the classic watch!

The dimensions are basically identical apart from this watch being slightly thinner thanks to a modern and slimmer automatic movement, they even kept the domed acrylic crystal, probably one of the most attractive parts of a vintage wristwatch. Despite the smaller case dimensions on paper it wears so well, easily can compete with any 37mm watch on wrist presence. This is thanks to the thicker lugs, thicker case and overall design. The perfect Longines then and the perfect Longines now.

Points of Mention

The watch comes with it's full box and papers and comes on a new long strap. The crystal is acrylic and has a few marks, but this can be polished up. The watch is running well.

Personal Note

This Longines is easily my favourite modern Longines that they offer, having handled and sold the vintage reference of this watch I can say they truly did the original justice, right down to the size of the case. I am tempted to add one of these to my collection so take this before I do!

AXES Oversized 18K Rose...

The Watch

Vintage, oversized, 18k rose gold, manually wound chronograph, even patina, what more is there to want? I believe these Brands that are no longer with us offer some of the best value in the market, whether it be for a classic dress watch or something more like this beautiful Chronograph. The 38mm 18k Rose Gold case is a lovely warm rose gold tone instead of the deep copper colour we see today in modern watches, vintage rose gold is always a warmer tone. It contrasts perfectly to the dial which has developed beautiful and even patina over time, the blue telemeter scale and red tachymeter scale on the dial are still in great visible condition.

The watch is powered by a serviced Landeron 149 and has a great actuation when initiating, stopping and resetting the chronograph. The watch is paired on a nice Geckota brown leather strap which compliments the warm tone of the 18k Rose Gold and makes it an absolute treat to wear.

Points of Mention

The watch does have patina on the dial. The case was professional polished and is in good condition, the crown was replaced with a tone correct 18k rose gold crown when serviced, the watch was serviced in 2018 and running great.

Personal Note

When people talk value in the industry it's always a tough one as value means different things to different people. When I see a 18k gold vintage chronograph for under £1000 I see incredible value! If this watch was to have a more recognised brand on the dial it would be anywhere from 3x or 10x depending on the brand, that is value. Plus I like the idea that you will probably NEVER see another on someone's wrist.

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