Ginault Ocean Rover
From the day this watch started making it's way to YouTube review after YouTube review I wanted to get my hands on one and see what all the fuss was about! I am very grateful to be able to now offer one for sale! The watch is great, build quality is beyond what I expected and the design, whilst yes a homage, has been executed very well! I have handled and sold hundreds of watches and handled multiple modern Rolex, granted some aspects are not at the same level but it truly isn't miles off!
If you are looking for a great homage with respectful design ques without ripping off completely then I would certainly say look no further!
- 181070 GSLN
- Ginault Caliber 7275
- Specific Age
- June 2018
- Case Size
- Case Thickness
- Lug to Lug
- Box & Papers
- Box & Papers!
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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.
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!
Growing up I wasn't surrounding by watches or even aware of them, but the TAG Heuer Professional was one I would see often and it wasn't until recently that I realised that the watch stuck in my memory was this! This is the "Lume Dial" due to the entire dial being lumed and it is truly incredible once the lights are out and the watch is lit! These are growing in popularity and rightfully so, paired on it's original Jubilee it is so comfortable to wear!
Such an interesting watch from an interesting British brand that was established 2014 by Matthew Humphries. At the age of 21 Matthew became the Head of Design for Morgan Motor Company, what an incredible achievement and then to move from that to watches! The design of this watch is perfect, a lovely panda dial with an interesting shaped case. Overall design is amazing, build quality is great and value is perfect! Pick one up...
What we have here in a great and affordable Omega which will look great on both him or her! The bracelet flows from the case effortlessly making the wearing experience very comfortable, also the way the links are put together is very ingenious and makes for a great looking bracelet. It being Quartz allows me to offer this watch to you at an even better price, so treat yourself to this great watch today.
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.
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!
I am incredibly honoured to bring you, what is in my opinion, the best looking Speedmaster made to date! Housed in the iconic Speedmaster Professional case is a limited edition of 1975 in honour of the 1975 Apollo mission, The ASTP (Apollo-Soyuz Test Project) which was the final manned mission to the moon. This mission was mainly to see if a manned mission between 2 super powers (US & Russia) could be done together and successfully, Mission ASTP started on the 15th of July and returned on the 24th of July 1975.
This watch not only has the most incredible caseback of the Speedmasters but also features a Meteorite dial! So your "Moonwatch" actually has a bit of space on the dial, that to me is insane and so damn cool! Also the best part is that it is limited to 1975, but the fact it has a Meteorite dial actually means no two dials will be the same!
I would say if you are looking for that special Speedmaster that stands out in the crowd of Speedmasters and limited editions, this is the one to get! It hasn't reached the absolutely bonkers prices of the Snoopy (Yet?!) and really stands out in the crowd! Don't wait on this one.
The case shape of this Sicura is so unique and amazing, plus it makes the watch wear so well on all wrists! This watch has a lovely blue dial with red highlights within the batons and the second hand, it compliments the whole package incredibly well! The value of these beautiful vintage watches are incredible, especially when you stop to think that you probably won't come across many people ever who have heard of the brand never mind own one of their watches!
One misconception about Sicura is that they are Breitling or have this HUGE connection and therefore people are selling them as Breitlings or with that in the title. The truth is there is a connection but these are not Breitling's, nor where they even made under the same roof or in the same factory. During 1979 the CEO of Sicura saved Breitling by purchased the company, he later closed the doors to Sicura and put all his focus on Breitling. It's a great story and deserves being mentioned that's for sure!
This watch is showing signs of wear on the case and crystal, it is a vintage watch afterall and a lot of brands at this time used stainless steel for the caseback and basemetal for the rest of the watch. Please see all the photos of the watch and request more if you require, I pride myself on providing some of the most honest photos and descriptions of the watches I sell in the market! So do not hesitate to ask.
I feel very honoured to be able to offer a Jeager-Le Coultre for sale on the website, this isn't any JLC either! This is a beautiful 18K Yellow Gold JLC from 1963 powered by the Cal. 800/C and the entire watch coming in at 9mm thick and as the caseback states it was also Patent Pending! The watch is paired on a Crocodile by JB Champion and looks incredible again the gold case and crisp white dial, wears perfectly on the wrist and being 34mm it makes for the most perfect dress watch! And it is a watch that those who know, will definitely know!
The long and elegant lugs allow for a great wrist presence and add to the clean aesthetic. If you are looking for the perfect dress watch I would very easily say look no further!
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!
Finally we have our first, definitely not last, Bremont in the store! This is the awesome looking ALT1-WT in white! On this wrist this has some serious presence in both size but also weight, it is definitely wearable even on my smaller wrist, but you sure know you are wearing it! I think Bremont is one of those brands to watch out for, they are constantly providing better watches and this is an incredible one, at it's price when you compare it to the competition Bremont blow them all out of the water in regards to value, but also build quality! If you have not read up on Bremont on a brand but also their build quality, I would highly recommend you get over to their website now and get reading!
Another one from the personal collection coming to the store and what a beauty this one is! This is a Sicura from the 70s in complete original condition and untouched, running well and looking amazing! On the inner rotating bezel you have 3 pops of colour, white, blue and red and those 3 colours are also on the subseconds dial, this pop of colour offsets the black and silver tone of the dial nicely, also paired with an original bright orange second hand! The black tachymetric scale on the bezel adds a super sporty feel to this chronograph.
All this combined makes for a great 1 minute chronograph that gives the Omega Chronostop and Chron-Oris a real run for their money! Houses in a large 45mm case that is wider than it is lug to lug, makes it wear similar to a turtle! Honestly, get this watch before you regret not adding it to your collection!
This is the best looking modern Aquaracer in my opinion! The directional lines that can be found on the white dial and also on the black rubber bezel, the bold black outline of the hands and indices, the raised numerals on the bezel, the pop of orange on the second hand, the date at 9 o'clock... I could really go on! I also think the value is incredible, the watch is powered by the Calibre 5 which is a classic automatic movement that can be viewed through the caseback, All of that and a full set, what's not to like?!