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The Rado Captain Cook in 37mm is a great value proposition, not only because it is limited to 1962 but because the watch is built so well, incredibly designed and wears amazingly on the wrist! I think this is easily one of the best watches to come from Rado in a long time. If you want that vintage look and aesthetic but with the reassurance of a new watch, this is the one for you!
CWC Military watches have become increasingly popular and you can see why! An affordable way into true military watches and an easy way into a birth year for those born in 1998! 1 year off my birth year ;) Very clean and legible dial, the case is in amazing condition for it's age, especially considering these were used and usually not lightly! All powered by a very reliable quartz ETA movement, get it whilst it's here!
I have handled and Sold a few Glycine and this has my favourite dial yet! Love the white/eggshell colour contrasting against the black of the hands and indices! Even the date being blacked out is a really cool touch. Now sure it is a big watch but it's comfortable on the wrist, some watches of these dimensions just feel terrible on the wrist, I can safely say this isn't one of those!
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 have never seen an Orient just like this! Seriously amazing and beautiful on wrist, whilst definitely large the bright colours really make it stand out in a crowd of watches! The watch has an inner rotating bezel which has different colours for each section, they are actually to resemble the best colours visible at the stated depths! Gold hands and indices which work so well in the light. This whole watch is amazing and it is paired on a beautiful blue suede strap! Pick it up for an absolute bargain and enjoy.
If you are in the market for an Omega Speedmaster and maybe don't have the full funds for the Professional, or like myself, just prefer the size of this "Reduced" model at 39mm, then this is the perfect watch for you! This watch features a lovely Panda dial, it is coming up to the age of starting to get patina, so the white markers and luminous material is beginning to go to a lovely eggshell colour!
This watch is being sold in great condition and comes not only with it's original full length bracelet but also a very nice Tropic Rubber Strap (RRP £50)! Included in the box is the original leather wallet that would hold the cards, inside the wallet is the COSC card. The original owner had the watch serviced in August 2017, the original guarantee card is with that paperwork which he has lost. So it is being sold without them, but if they get found they will be provided free of charge.
Another desirable vintage Seiko for the site! This time it is the Lord Matic with the blacked numerals, a serious beauty! It is seen that the Lord Matic was within the top trio at Seiko alongside the GS (Grand Seiko), KS (King Seiko) and finally the LM (Lord Matic) that we have here! When taking a closer look at the detailing and incredible design you can see why!
One iconic feature of the Lord Marvel is the "Open Thru Glass" cases where you have to go from top down to reach the movement, which means you have a seemingless design from the caseback upwards! It's quite amazing to look at and see with a watch of this age. This one does have signs of wear on the case, crystal and some specs on the dial as photographed! But it is a very honest piece and still looks great.
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 moment I saw this watch I had to own it, there was no question about it! I had never seen a Citizen "Tank" and then to take it to the next level it has this incredible "Bronze" dial which just shines in the light and explodes! Plus the dimensions are perfect, sits on the wrist well and comes with it's original bracelet, though I think this would killer on a dark brown leather strap! The case is all stainless steel and in great condition, never polished and it almost looks like a "H" by Hermes! Overall beautiful design, manually wound and the greatest dial I have yet seen on a Citizen! Plus... Insanely affordable!
Points of Mention
This watch is sold as watch only and therefore comes with no box or paperwork, though it is sold on it's original Citizen signed strap. This watch is in overall good condition, but being from 1995 and has been worn it does feature some signs of wear. The watch has no known service history but is running well.
I think if you like rectangular watches and are looking for something slightly different, this ticks those boxes! You will not find a modern rectangular watch with a mechanical movement for this price, but here we have something with real charm!
Very excited to bring this beautiful vintage Longines from 1953 with a beautiful white dial! The condition of this one is out of this world and truly looks incredible, as you can see it wears on the wrist like a glove, truly works! Wears so thin to the wrist with it's hand wound cal 27.0, the gold indices and hands really play with the light so well. This is one of those vintages watches you will get and not be able to part with for a LONG time it is that good. The watch speaks for itself, though if you have any questions just email me! Or just buy it and not regret pulling the trigger quick enough.
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!
Dreyfuss & Co. are a brand that have gone relatively unnoticed by myself, but I have to say the overall quality that they provide is incredible and they do take a hit on the grey market. So the price we have this offered at makes this watch an absolute steal! You're getting a realiable Sellita movement, great build quality, nice design and that's not even mentioning the box it comes with! Surely that alone is worth half the price minimum, it's a great wooden 5 piece watch box!
Points of Mention
The watch is in overall very good condition for a used watch, few hairline scratches but nothing major. The clasp that threads into the strap does not close very tight so would recommend being careful with that, the caseback does clip in but you can hear it rattle from time to time, this is mainly due to the design.
I would be buying this for the watch box alone, it's incredible! But in all seriousness the watch is very cool, whilst typically not my kind of thing and maybe a little big for me personally, I really like the design and it's actually very comfortable on wrist!
In 1939 the Hamilton Dodson was released to the public and it was at a cost of $37.50 which was FAR from affordable in it's time, that equates close to $650 today! The lug design alone is what first attracted me to this watch, after looking further and seeing the perfectly untouched dial which is in perfect condition, then the applied gold numerals with the most interesting font and the way they shine in the light! This beautiful watch comes freshly serviced and running well! Pick it up whilst it's still here and before the collecting world clocks on to this beautiful piece!
This watch was purchased from a gentleman who's father original owned and purchased the watch from new, he had a few other watches and this one was stored away for special occasions and worn rarely. The condition of this watch certainly speaks to that story and it is in incredible condition, even down the leather strap which has little wear for a 40 year old piece of leather! The buckle even has no plate fading, it does not get much better than this! Plus that cabochon crown is to die for, something about a crown of that age just adds to this watch and makes it look so much more expensive than the asking price!
Points of Mention
This watch comes with it's original red Omega signed box which is period correct. The watch also comes on its original Omega signed black strap with matching gold plated omega signed buckle. The watch also features it's original cabochon crown in perfect condition, the gold plating is showing very little signs of wear with a few scratches to the crystal.
If you are in the market for a gold plated dress watch with real class from a brand with huge respect then look no further, the great thing about this watch is it also has a nice story that it was originally only owned by one Gentleman and from that Gentleman to the son, then to KibbleWatches!
Who doesn't like Tudor? Especially this watch! You get all the essence and heritage of the Black Bay but in a Bronze case, it is truly unique and for something like this to come from a brand that is so closely related to Rolex is just awesome! The movement inside is the MT5601 COSC which is a real work horse! This is an overall great package for someone wanting a great watch that is unique in the fact that it is Bronze... And Bronze is certainly still hot!