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The time has come to say good bye to one of my personal watches and one I have probably owned and worn the most beyond my Tudor. It'll definitely be sad to see it go but I know for a fact whoever owns this beautiful watch will not be disappointed! It was freshly serviced this year and is running great, I decided not to have it polished so it definitely has signs of wear to the bracelet but due to the polish and brushed styling it wears them well and you really cannot tell unless you photograph in direct light like I did for the photos above!
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- Sellita SW-200
- Specific Age
- 25th August 2015
- Case Size
- Case Thickness
- Lug to Lug
- Box & Papers
- Yes, Both.
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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 watch offers a HELL of a lot of value for the money! You can get yourself a serious punching name, a dive watch with great design and a comfortable bracelet... All for under £1k! These are the deals I love bringing to you all, super excited to see this go off to a lucky new owner! The white dial and applied indices really contrast nicely, get this watch in sunlight and you'll just be blown away by the way the light bounces around and off the dial! Everytime you look down you'll notice something new.
I am definitely on a streak of weird and wonderful watches and this is no exception! An unusual 70s Wittnauer with it's original box, papers, leather strap and hand tag! The case is what got me with this watch, the unusual (For it's time) rose gold plate case with the most extravagant bezel I have ever seen, it is almost like a bark finish which plays with the light so well when on wrist. Whilst talking about on wrist it wears so well considering it is 33mm, whilst small it has a large wrist presence due to that bezel and the rich and warm rose gold tone which follows to the dial which is developing a nice and even patina.
If you are looking for a dressy watch that will stand out in the swarm of clean and classic dress watches then look no further, this piece will definitely turn heads and spark conversations!
Here we have a great example of a Bulova Super Seville Calendar, it comes with it's original box and spare links, it's also in incredible condition! Yes, it is no secret this is a homage to the Rolex Datejust, but let's take a step back from that and take it on it's own merits! The dimensions of this actually make it wear larger than 36mm and incredibly flat to the wrist, the slope of the lugs is perfect and the jubilee offers the comfort you'd come to expect from such a bracelet.
In the 70s & 80s Bulova did a fair few homages to different brands and models, whilst some people certainly don't give them respect based on that fact, I think the build quality cannot be denied on them. Having handled most of the Super Seville range and even the Royal Oak homage, I can say the build quality across the board is incredible. Plus can you really go wrong for the price? I certainly think not!
Points of Mention
This watch is in VERY good condition, gold plating all intact with a very sharp lugs and bezel. The watch comes with its full bracelet when the spare 4 links are added, the bracelet is the original jubilee provided on the watch. The watch comes with it's box too. The watch dates to 1987 based on P7 on the case back.
I am a fan of homages and have made that clear for a long time, it doesn't bother me personally. So for me I really enjoy this watch and think it offers a hell of a lot for such a good price, if you aren't one to feel the pressure of those who don't agree with homages, treat yourself to this!
With the current hype of integrated bracelets I couldn't miss the opportunity to bring this awesome and affordable watch to the table! This is a modern Longines with a great design that feels very futuristic, the watch is in great condition and clearly has been barely worn. The thing that amazed me the most was getting a loupe to the dial and seeing the way the indices step towards the outside of the case, it adds insane depth and really emphasises on the futuristic look of the watch.
The best part is the price. For such a small amount in the grand scheme of watches you can get yourself a great looking watch from a very well respected brand! So what are you waiting for? Treat yourself to this awesome watch.
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.
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!
Here we have a beautiful Two-Tone Ladies Rolex Datejust Ref. 69173 dating from 1984, it comes on it's original Jubilee bracelet which will fit a wrist of up to 5 1/2 inch wrist, more links can be provided on request. This model features a champagne dial and would look incredible on any ladies wrist! Whether you are looking to treat yourself to a Rolex or you are looking to get your wife/partner a lovely watch then look no further!