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1970s Omega DeVille
Here we have a beautiful Omega DeVille from the 1970s, it comes on an original Omega beads of rice bracelet that feels incredible on the wrist and goes perfectly with the 35mm beauty! The Cal 565 is a great movement that features a date, but without a quick set position, if you pull the crown out to the very last position it will progress the date by 1. To access the movement if is through the front, crystal and bezel will come off and then through the dial. It was serviced in November 2017 and running very well, this watch will serve you for many many more years than it has already served others!
- Omega Cal. 565
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- Lug to Lug
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- Serviced 2017!
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The Omega 564 movement is a famous Omega movement used as a Chronometre between 1966 until 1969 and can be found in Steel models much easier than this VERY rare example in SOLID 18ct Yellow Gold! Not only is it rare but this example is also in insane condition, with it's case looking close to never polished and if it has been polished it has been VERY well and lightly, still showing it's nice sharp edges and finishing. The dial is pristine with it's markers and hands looking as they did when this watch came out of factory, the movement has been partially serviced and is running well! The watch also comes with an Extract from the Archives showing it was delivered to Italy for purchase, this watch has certainly been around at this point I take it. But based on condition it has only gone from safe to safe and rarely reached the wrist!
If you are in the market for an Omega with the 564 movement then I would say look no further, whilst granted this is definitely more expensive than a steel example, it is a HELL of a lot more watch than the steel variant! This is one I suspect will sell to a serious Omega collector, someone who knows and appreciates this watch. If you are that person, give me a call sooner rather than later!
Sicura, a very interesting brand! Based on what I could find the owner of Sicura actually purchased Breitling in the 70s and had to end Sicura to keep Breitling alive. What a great move on his part and it has left us with some incredible vintage watches from Sicura and all at a truly great price!
The one we have here is an all original Sicura dating from the 70s. The watch is definitely showing signs of age but it all adds to the character and charm, it is running very well too. The dial is a nice black with, what I would call, a rally checkered stripe going through the dial, date at 3 o’clock, nicely lumed hands with a sharp arrow second hand which is also lumed. To top it all off is a friction black bezel which is in good condition and just beginning to fade in a few sections. What a gem!
If you’re wanting a vintage Submariner feel but at a fraction of the cost and with its own unique design points… I would say look no further! This one is perfect.
When I was in talks with a collector to get this beauty in for sale on the site I was so excited, but to now have it in hand I can say it is very difficult to let it go through the store without taking it myself! But here it is, it made it to the store so please take it off my hands quick!
The dial layout, colour choices and overall condition of this watch is incredible! I seriously love how it wears on the wrist, it is definitely not a small watch but wears well due to having a wider case size compared to the lug to lug length! I think if you're looking for a basic chronograph but vintage, look no further and pick this up!
Whilst certainly not everyone's taste I can't help but admire what Steinhart have done, as someone who is not opposed to homage watches they really do provide quality watches at an affordable price! Design wise there isn't an awful lot to talk about, it is a well proportioned GMT with a Pepsi Bezel, it is built very well and using a power house ETA GMT movement. If you are looking for that Pepsi look but don't want to spend the ever increasing amount to get one, if you can get one, from the infamous brand... Then I'd say look no further, treat yourself here and you won't be disappointed!
Points of Mention
This watch is sold as watch only, it comes with no box, no papers and no spare links and will currently fit up to a 6 1/2inch wrist. Do bare this in mind before purchasing! General wear for a used watch with hairline scratches to the bracelet, clasp and case. Bezel operates as it should and the crown winds the watch nicely and screws down securely.
I am not shy in my statement that I do not mind homage watches and I have almost added this exact reference to my personal collection on a few occasions! The proportions are very pleasing on the wrist and I am never disappointed with the build quality of Steinhart. Remove yourself from the homage aspect and you cannot help but see a very well build watch, so much watch for the money!
It is no secret that I have a lot of love and admiration for Tudor, this watch really brought them back into the market and started everything we now love in Tudor. It is amazing how far they have come in such a short time. Plus there is something very cool about knowing that they will never be making another of these watches again, sure they have the "New & Upgraded" version which is truly new and upgraded, but I mean who doesn't love a classic?
Points of Mention
This was is being sold as watch only, no box, papers or spare links. It will currently fit up to a 6 1/4inch wrist. The watch is showing signs of age and wear, scratches throughout and marks towards the clasp. The watch is running well though has no service history.
It is no secret these have been climbing and I suspect we will not see that slow down anytime soon! I think this is a great example of one that can be found for a decent price and with a service and clean up will be like brand new for any collector out there!
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.
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.
This is easily one of the most incredible watches I have put on my wrist and I have the absolute pleasure of offering one of you lucky people the chance of owning it! This A. Lange & Söhne comes in a perfect case size of 35mm with the most beautiful and clean white dial, the case is in 18K White Gold with white gold indices and hands to match, the weight and presence of this watch is very clearly one of precious metal! Once you flip the watch over you are presented with the very A. Lange & Söhne caliber 941 which has their iconic finishing on German Silver! I truly cannot think of a better dress watch!
Whilst the watch is 35mm it wears slightly larger thanks to the thicker lugs of the case, also thanks to the large and clean dial! This is by no means a cheap watch, but for how much this watch is offering I can safely say it is worth every penny and more! I truly don't think you would be disappointed if you purchased this 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.
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.
Dan Henry is a brand that has been taking the collecting community by storm and proven incredibly popular, this 1970 was no exception. The watch is based on the super compressor divers of the 1970s and has done a very good job of paying homage to them whilst adding modern features. One thing immediately noticeable once the watch is in hand is the double domed mineral glass that is sapphire coated to make it more hard.
If you are looking for an affordable super compressor watch with heritage design but modern qualities then look no further, this watch offers an insane amount for the price, not least of which is an automatic movement.
Points of Mention
This watch comes with it's original box, watch sleeve and unstamped guarentee card. The watch is used but in very good condition and working well.
This is the first Dan Henry I have had the chance to have for longer than 10 minutes, I have to say I am very impressed. From handling them at various events I was quite impressed, but getting some proper wrist time has proven how nice the watch is. Also don't be scared away by the dimensions, the watch wears very well even on smaller wrists.
I have never kept it a secret that I am a huge Oris fan! My first ever true Swiss watch was a Oris, though that aside their design and build quality is incredible for the price. I think that just how Tudor is quite a dominant power in it's price range, Oris is the exact same in it's price range. This Oris 65 is based on a vintage watch Oris used to do, quite clearly a Divers watch which I like! The vintage ques and styling is very iconic and unique whilst still staying incredibly true to Dive Watches and the original watch!