CWC G10 Tritium Military Green
We are excited to offer this awesome CWC G10 with an unusual Green Dial, their is genuine history with the green dial as they were made in the 1990s gulf war era and was an option to the standard black dials. This model was sold publicly in November 2017 and comes with it's full box and paperwork, original NATO strap is provided however the Bark & Jack NATO it is currently on works so well I don't know why CWC haven't set up a joint venture yet!
If you are a fan of CWC then I would say this is perfect for you! I have seen MANY CWC's and hadn't seen this one before, you'll definitely stand out in a room of military watches. These are still available at retail, however this is virtually unworn and comes with a extra NATO of incredible quality!
Points of Mention
The watch comes with it's original box, paperwork and NATO, currently it is paired on a Green Bark & Jack NATO which suits the watch so much better than the original NATO. The watch is virtually unworn with no signs of wear.
As said above, this is the CWC for the person with all the military watches or the person wanting one most won't have! You will not see many of these around... And that's amazing to me!
- W10/6645-99 5415317 4942/13
- Specific Age
- Case Size
- Case Thickness
- Lug to Lug
- Box & Papers
- Original Box, Original NATO & Guarantee Card.
- Case Material
- Stainless Steel
- Service History
- No Service History.
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These Baltic watches have become insanely popular in the past year or so, I still remember some of their advertising campaigns on Instagram a while back and thinking that the design was beautiful! I can now say having had the watch in hand and on wrist, you can be rest assured that the build quality is too! Lovely slate grey dial which has a unuique finish that catches the light well, when the dial catches the light as do the blue hands! Great size, great wrist presence and you would be representing an up and coming micro brand!
Do NOT hang about with this one! Guarantee it will be gone VERY quickly!
In 2007 Rolex shocked the world with the release of the Rolex GMT-Master II 116710LN, the reference you see here! They then decided to shock the world again by discontinuing it this year! This reference had a great 12 year run, though it is no longer... I am honoured to be offering a lovely 2017 reference, in great condition and a complete set. The Rolex GMT is a world recognised watch, for good reason! The functionality makes it perfect for the person who travels, the durability and versatility also make it perfect for every person. Positioned at 40mm it wears like a glove on most wrists, they really nailed the design, functionality and wearability of this watch. It makes sense that the waiting lists are so long and the prices are so demanding.
Points of Mention
This watch is sold as a complete set with spare links, both hand tags, box and paperwork! The watch was purchased from retail in October 2017, the watch is running well and is pre-owned so has some signs of wear.
There is a lot of talk on whether the prices of these will continue to go up or down, some claiming they can only go up and others saying they will crash... The truth is not a single person knows, they have been saying the same about the Daytona market and it's only gone one way so far... So I would say buy what the heart wants! It is one hell of a 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!
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!
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!
A snow white dial, gold dauphine hands, sub seconds, date at 3o'clock, bright gold case in a refined size... I mean, c'mon! And from a highly regarded Swiss brand, all under £1k! The condition of this lovely piece is amazing, the gold plating is looking bright and crisp, the dial clean and vibrant. I think these 50s Breitling's have a lot to offer for such good value, how long that value will stay untapped is anyone's guess, but I do believe these will start to creep up!
I think makes the perfect addition to any collection, granted it probably wouldn't be a watch you'd wear every day, but it's a watch that could tick a lot of boxes for most collectors and easily see its way into being worn regularly!
Points of Mention
The dial condition is very clean and showing no signs of aging. The case is also very clean with a few faint hairline scratches, gold is intact and not fading or discolouring. The steel back has some scratches, the movement is clean and working well. The watch is paired on a brown Hirsh leather strap.
As soon as this one came across my desk and I saw the condition I knew it was a special piece, how many watches survive this amount of years and still look this good? I know most humans can't say the same! Either way, very excited to offer this one for sale and can't wait to send it off to its new home!
You would have heard it a million times and you will hear it a million times more! Grand Seiko finishing and attention to detail is truly unrivaled in it’s price range and even in many multiples of it’s price range! This beautiful Seiko Boutique limited edition fits the bill, which is no surprise! The blue of this dial is something truly extraordinary, in photos it’s looks quite dark, whereas in natural light it plays and comes up many shades of blue!
Another nice mention is this watch pre-dates the transition of “Seiko” to “Grand Seiko” only dials, so it is one of those added points from those who know…
Points of Mention
This watch comes with it’s complete box and paperwork. The watch is sold as a used watch however it is in incredible condition and was purchased new by an owner who has many watches and wore them in light rotation. The watch runs well and comes with all it’s links too.
Whilst the appreciation for Grand Seiko is no doubt growing each and every day, it still has so much further to go! That makes now a very interesting time to buy into the brand as I do believe we will see them not only trade stronger in a few years but also be far more desirable by the general market too!
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!
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!
Here I am being able to bring you all another great Oris for another great price! This time we have the Oris Aquis date in black with orange highlights! I am not one for all black watches but I have to say after wearing this one for the whole day it seriously grew on me, to the point where I now want an all black watch in the collection at some point! With this watch you get the tried and true quality that a Oris brings, but also unique design that is unmistakable in the world of the watches. The only notable mark is the scratch on the clasp, otherthan that this watch is in good used condition!
Again Oris bring insane value for money and on the grey market it becomes just silly how much watch you can get for the price! Pick this one up quick.
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.
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!
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!
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!
ROLF. Never heard or seen a watch named ROLF... But the moment you look at that dial you don't even care anymore, it could say McDonalds and I'd still wear this! (That's true!) The dial has beautiful concentric circles in the centre, applied gold indices and numeral with incredible matching hands! The movement has a lovely brass tone and finished nicely. I'm yet to find any fault with this beauty! If this had Omega on it, it would easily be a £1000 watch in my eyes!