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With the rise of integrated bracelets, thanks to the likes of the Patek Nautilus and the AP Royal Oak, watches with those bracelets and design have become very popular. This Seiko is an awesome fully Titanium watch from 2008 with a jet black dial, black bezel to watch and striking white indices and hands that contrasts nicely to the whole package! Due to the size of this watch it wears incredibly well on the wrist and I have no doubt it'll work on all wrist sizes!
I am very excited to bring you this beautiful Longines All Guard Automatic with a black dial, typically when searching for this watch you will across white dials and the black dials certainly seem more rare! The incredible thing about this watch is when you handle it and put it on you'd be forgiven to mistake it for a modern Longines Heritage Conquest at 35mm, it truly feels the same!
The original black dial has aged nicely and the hands and indices shine nicely in the light, the case has a great and strong feeling on the wrist! The watch is paired on a modern and new Longines strap and buckle. This watch was serviced in September 2017 and came with a 1 year guarantee so still has a month of guarantee left! The collect-ability of these are growing and once handled you can certainly see why, one of these has been added to my must own list!
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!
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!
I still cannot get over the price I am able to offer this watch at! You are truly getting so much watch for the money, incredible design, clean gold plating, beautiful white glossy dial, amazing blue hands and numerals... What is not too like? Also it comes with the original leather strap and buckle which looks like it has had barely any wear over the years! At retail you probably would have paid more than the price I am offering it at...
If you are looking for a great dressy watch for an affordable price then look no further, this ticks all the boxes and still has a great brand name on the dial! Treat your wrist to a dressy piece! Oh and being 34mm it's the perfect size for a dress watch with this design and case colour!
I love the Tudor Black Bay range, as all of you who have followed me for anytime would know, but I always felt it was 1mm or 2mm too large for me... Though in all black it really creates the illusion of wearing ever so slightly smaller, I can say with confidence I would happily wear this! I love that they took something so iconic and utilitarian and make it all black and stealth! I wore this watch with a full black suit and wow, if James bond was to wear a Tudor I think this would be the one! Pair it with a t-shirt and jeans and you have some serious style...
I would highly recommend this to the person wanting a Black Bay but wanting a slight difference to it, or for the collector who maybe already has one and wants to branch out with the feel of the watch! Eitherway you cannot go wrong with this perfect dive watch that has a difference!
This watch is as close to NOS (New Old Stock) as you can get! It certainly is unworn with a few hairline scratches which would have developed from being stored over the many years. This unusually shaped watch comes with it's ORIGINAL leather strap, original buckle and original hand tag! All in fantastic condition and really add to the story of this watch.
As mentioned the case shape of this watch is really unusual and has many different angles and edges, but it goes even further than that. The dial has some incredible detailing with speckles which I assume are to resemble the deepest depth of the ocean as the watch is called "Sea Raider II". They resemble closely to Aventurine or Lapis Lazuli, insanely cool and usual!