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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!
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.
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!
Here we have a classic 34mm oyster case Tudor from 1969 with a jet black dial! Beautiful full Tudor rose can be found at 12o'clock with the words "Tudor / Oyster" underneath, Rolex crown and caseback with an engraving that states 1968. We have it paired on a thick suede strap with a Rolex Clasp. When you look at the ever increasing prices of the Rolex counterpart you will see that these are incredible value propositions and I think will continue to rise in price!
It is watches like this that really get me excited and then when I see the price I am so happy to see such beautiful and unique watches can still be had for a relatively affordable price compared to similar offerings from much larger names, best part is this is by no means a small name! This beautiful 10K Rolled Gold watch has the fanciest lugs I have seen in a while, art deco golden numerals with pointed indices for the odds. The most noticeable aspect of this watch is the display at 12 o'clock, this is the power reserve indicator! I love how unique this entire watch is and the fact it was serviced last year and then consider the price, I think whoever is getting this really will not be disappointed at all!
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!
ROLF. Never heard or seen a watch named ROLF... But the moment you look at that dial you don't even care anymore, it could say McDonalds and I'd still wear this! (That's true!) The dial has beautiful concentric circles in the centre, applied gold indices and numeral with incredible matching hands! The movement has a lovely brass tone and finished nicely. I'm yet to find any fault with this beauty! If this had Omega on it, it would easily be a £1000 watch in my eyes!
I've said it a thousand times and I am certain I will say it many more watches... Hamilton offer INSANE value for money! Whether that be their vintage watches or their modern watches, even at retail I think they are totally justifiable! Thankfully though I can give you all the opportunity to own them for even less than justifiable, I can offer them to you are undeniable prices!!
This is the all black PVD Hamilton Khaki Field! It looks so awesome and stealth on the wrist, the blacked out dial just adds a whole level of mystery to the watch. It wears so well on the wrist and I have to keep checking that asking price to see if it's correct! The PVD is in great condition, as is the whole watch! It was purchased new and owned by the same owner since August 2016, so be reassured you are getting well hell of a watch! Click that buy button quick.
Recently I've been getting a fair few of these unknown and obscure brands, I think they're super awesome and offer a great value proposition! Let's take a look at this "MAVIP"... And yes, I have no clue what the brand is or anything about it lol! That's part of the fun of these ;)
This watch has a lovely case shape which wears so well on the wrist and gives a far larger wrist presence than it's numbers suggest, being quite thin too it's lovely! The dial is a glossy metallic colour that has aged and gone a VERY slight pinkish hue in certain lights, it's super faint but wow! Large and bold indices filled with black contrast nicely against the long hands that are filled with white, all complimented with a sub seconds at 6o'clock! I think if you're a watch guy and want something that stands out and gets questions, then get this!