Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro MSCF03
A fully Carbon Case is not something you see often in watch making, especially at this price point! The weight is so satisfying once on the wrist. When researching this watch I found a description written by WatchBase.com
"For years Giuliano Mazzuoli dreamt of creating a watch with an innovative design, different than any other watch available on the market. The inspiration for his watch came one day when he looked at a pressure gauge. It was in this object that he found his Manometro (it means “pressure gauge” in Italian) watch. Ten years later the watch is just as relevant as when it was first introduced capturing a timeless presence on the watchmaking scene. The popularity and fame of his iconic watch continues to grow among an audience that has an eye for design, and an appreciation for style."
- ETA 2824-2
- Specific Age
- July 2015
- Case Size
- Case Thickness
- Lug to Lug
- Box & Papers
- Full Box & Papers!
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What a lovely little gem this "Everite" Junior is! Featuring a Rotary movement inside too, it is built very well! Incredible design with bold blued sword hands, subsidiary seconds with a blued second hand, printed numerals with an outer printed second track, but the highlight is that red 12, it truly pops against the eggshell dial and brings this watch into a charming place! Certainly military inspired with its design, classic proportions on the case and nice angular lugs, it really is a charming piece and looks great on the wrist! Should be worth a lot more than the asking price, if the brand name was different it certainly would be!
Points of Mention
This watch is sold as watch only and comes with no box or paperwork. The watch is original and shows signs of age. There is no service history with the watch, though it is running, service would be recommended if worn daily.
Replace the name "Everite" with "Omega" and this watch would jump up to 5x/10x the price without question. This watch is great for the collector who loves this style of watch and wants something a little bit different without having to break the bank!
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.
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.
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.
Look at the legs on that! I mean it... Those tear drop, arched lugs are to die for! The overall design of this watch really puts a lot of other options for a similar price to shame, for me rectangular art-deco style watches are coming back and coming back strong! Mark my words... But seriously this 14k gold filled Bulova is a real charmer, on the wrist it feels amazing. The lugs make this watch as well as that salmon dial, which I will leave to you to judge! Plus there is something very charming about a vintage signed crown, this watch ticks a lot of boxes for me and I don't doubt it also will for its new owner!
The size of this watch is on the smaller side for a modern watch, but for a watch of it's time it was perfectly proportioned, I would argue it still is and eventually this size will be coming back.
Points of Mention
The dial has aged and developed patina, please assess the professional photography to make your own judgement on it and whether you like it or not. The case does bare scratches and only visible fading of the gold is on the tops of the lugs. The crystal is in good overall condition with no large marks. The movement is clean and running, however as stated there is no service history. Paired on a new black calf grain.
I really love this watch, so much so I may be adding a few more to the personal collection and the store over this year! I really do believe art-deco and rectangular watches are coming back and coming back strong! I personally love the dial on this, but like I said I will leave that up to the judgement of you. So add this to your basket, or don't... I'll just enjoy it in the meantime ;)
The Superocean Heritage line offers everything you would want for a modern dive watch... Great luminous dial, diver bezel, 200m water resistance, great strap and something we want more than need... Great design! The watch borrows design ques from its vast history, not only in aviation which is what we all know Breitling for primarily, but also from it's very interesting and vast diving history too. This watch honours that very well and it is a watch I truly believe in 30/40 years collectors will look back and wonder why more people didn't buy this model.
Points of Mention
This watch is sold as a used watch and therefore signs of wear will be seen, this watch was purchased from new and owned by 1 owner. The watch has been worn and scratches can be seen, but overall it is in okay condition. The watch has no service history but is working well.
Whenever dive watches are mentioned and this price range is brought up, it is rarely that the Superocean Heritage is brought into the conversation, why is that? This watch offers everything and more for such an affordable price, I believe these are the hidden gems of our modern watches that in 30/40 years time collectors will look back and wonder why we didn't take these when we could!
There is something about a vintage "tank" styled watch, the rectangular case with the simplicity of the dial, cabochon crown and so on... It makes for such a beautiful and elegant watch on the wrist, perfect for the formal occasion or for the gentleman or lady who likes to wear something a little out there on a daily basis! This lovely watch is from a brand that is no longer with us, but this watch is still working great and looks brilliant on the wrist!
Points of Mention
This watch is sold as watch only and therefore comes with no box or paperwork, it is paired on a genuine lizard strap which matches perfectly. There is no service history but the watch is running well.
It is no secret that vintage rectangular watches are a weakness of mine! I will have a vintage tank and a few reverso's eventually in my collection, but even when that day comes I will still have plenty of vintage watches like this in my watch box!
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.
35mm Vintage Chronograph from Lemania quite a bit under £1000? Can you really get much better than that? The eggshell dial on this watch is perfect and has aged nicely, beautiful concentric circles on the chronograph subdials, gold hands and indicies that play so well with the light. Nice sharp and long lugs providing a nice lug to lug length on the wrist and giving great presence... Most importantly all powered by a lovely manual wound and sharp actuating Chronograph Movement! Don't wait around on this one either, I think these are only going to go up as collectors appreciation for them continue to rise!
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.
This is easily the most striking vintage Tudor Oyster I have seen to date, not just sold but seen in person! You have a beautiful honey comb dial, chicken leg lugs, gold indices and hands and an awesome engraving on the back dating this piece to 1959! The engraving says "C.CRAPP FROM BOYS OF NU-WAY 1959" which is super cool in my opinion! Love these kind of things!
How damn cool is this lovely Stowa Convertible travel clock / pocket watch! It is powered by a manual wound movement and can be rested on it's extended standard at the back, the whole case is a gold-tone plate in incredible condition! The fact this has survived with it's original box and Stowa tag is incredible too! All protected by a lovely leather case that is also in great condition, I feel as if this watch hasn't seen the light an awful amount of times!
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!
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!