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Straton Curve-Chrono Version E
Finally a Straton, a brand I have seen plenty off on Instagram. In person it definitely makes sense, build quality is great and design is too. Plus the leather case it comes with is incredible quality and would make a nice travel case all on it's own! This is the Straton Curve-Chrono Version E, which is the all black DLC version. Runs a nice meca-quartz movement and wears well even on a small wrist like mine. The watch comes in barely worn condition, literally if I told you this was brand new you'd believe me apart from the ever so slight crease marks in the leather! A great buy at below retail and in as good condition as if you were to buy it at retail!
- Curve-Chrono Version E
- Meca-Quartz Chronograph
- Specific Age
- Case Size
- Case Thickness
- Lug to Lug
- Box & Papers
- Both, plus 2 NATOs.
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Brand Name. How much does it mean to you? This watch offers everything you could want in a vintage watch... Incredible design, well thought out case dimensions and arguably most importantly, a very reliable movement, in this case it is the ETA 2789-1! I purchased this watch in 2017 and enjoyed my time with it, it was a true test to myself as a collector as I realised that I hold very little to brand name, sure it's nice to look down at your wrist and see that iconic crown. But at the end of the day you look down at your wrist and smile as you will NEVER see another one of these out there on another wrist!
I am proud to offer this for sale. Now don't be fooled by a limited edition run of "Only 10,000 Pieces" and instead treat yourself to this watch which you will very likely never see again online and most definitely will never see on another wrist! Now that's "Limited"!
Points of Mention
This watch has no service history though is working as it should and running nicely. The dial is very clean and the overall case condition is very good, showing typical signs of wear you'd expect for a vintage watch, however the gold plating is holding strong! The watch is paired on a Tissot leather strap with a gold tone buckle, suits the watch beautifully!
This watch will test you as a collector on how much you value brand name, this brand is a true unknown brand that I cannot find anything on (If you can do let me know!), but yet offers everything you could possibly want in a vintage watch. Great design, great size and a very reliable movement, it has a damn ETA in! So if you are a true collector we all know this is a no-brainer.
Here we have a beautiful Omega DeVille from the 1970s, it comes on an original Omega beads of rice bracelet that feels incredible on the wrist and goes perfectly with the 35mm beauty! The Cal 565 is a great movement that features a date, but without a quick set position, if you pull the crown out to the very last position it will progress the date by 1. To access the movement if is through the front, crystal and bezel will come off and then through the dial. It was serviced in November 2017 and running very well, this watch will serve you for many many more years than it has already served others!
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!
I feel like CWC has grown massively in the recent years, I would argue even a lot in past few months! I am honoured to be able to offer you a model from 2017 and it is a Royal Navy Diver, highly accurate, 300M Water Resistant and great lume! The original NATO is provided, right now it is paired on a very comfortable and suitable Bond NATO from WatchGecko! This piece is in incredible condition and you'll be very happy to be able to get this for a great price!
This incredible Grand Seiko, reference SBGJ005, features the hi-beat GMT 9S86 movement, not only is it a beautiful movement to look at through the back, it is also a highly accurate and very smooth GMT. This watch comes from a time before the transition to removing "Seiko" from the dial, it is a point of discussion that often splits people, I personally prefer the look of "Seiko" on the dial but completely understand their reasoning for changing it.
The dial on this watch is to die for, the texture is incredible and it is very difficult to photograph, however it has been captured in it's true nature in a few of the shots. The finishing of the case and hands are also incredible, I think there are not many brands that can compete with Grand Seiko on their finishing, especially for the same price!
Points of Mention
This watch is being sold a used watch and therefore some signs of wear may be seen, but overall it is in very good condition and comes from 1 owner from new. The watch comes complete with it's box, paperwork, hand tags and everything you would get from buying from retail. Watch is running very well.
I have to say, I think the transition to removing "Seiko" from the dial was a good one for the brand, but I do feel that "Seiko" on the dial really balances on the look of the dial but also adds a lot of stealth to this watch! Most people would see the word "Seiko" and think nothing more, however, the ones who know... Will know!
This incredible TAG Heuer 2000 is the clear predecessor to the TAG Heuer Aquaracer, now one of their best-selling lines alongside the F1. The watch features a very attractive textured dial, large luminous sword hands and central seconds. Applied numerals and indices as well as an applied logo, date at 3o'clock... This watch on paper features everything you'd expect and more of a high quality Swiss watch, best part is the price is so competitive it really does make this watch one hell of a buy!
I know a few well respected figures in the watch industry and community who actually own one of these watches, it was one of their first watches and still gets wrist time today even though they have progressed far beyond the watch... It's a true testament to how incredible this watch is on wrist.
Points of Mention
This watch is sold as watch only and comes with no box or paperwork, the watch is pre-owned and therefore will have signs of wear. It has come from 1 owner and was purchased new by that owner, there is no recorded service history that comes with the watch. The bracelet is full length and is in good condition, minimal stretch.
If you can put the "Watch Snobbery" aside I really do believe this watch offers so much value for money. The dial is incredible and the feel on the wrist is insanely comfortable, I don't doubt this watch will make the wrist of a happy new owner and they will love it!
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!
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.
What we have here in a great and affordable Omega which will look great on both him or her! The bracelet flows from the case effortlessly making the wearing experience very comfortable, also the way the links are put together is very ingenious and makes for a great looking bracelet. It being Quartz allows me to offer this watch to you at an even better price, so treat yourself to this great watch today.
Whilst this certainly is not your typical Raymond Weil it sure does stand out of the crowd and offers a lot of value for your money. When you consider you are getting an automatic chronograph with carbon fiber in the links, case and dial... All that for the asking price is very good! Especially when you then see it is also a full set. Whilst it is a large watch and the design will not be for everyone I think if you have a large wrist and looking for a good value for money automatic chronograph you should definitely consider this!
The Tissot Visodate range is commonly known for their dressy look in the modern line, but the Visodate harps all the way back to the 1950s and meant visible date. The Visodate range is available in dressy watches all the way to diver style watches like this. This watch features a lovely blue dial with a blue friction bezel, striking original hands and a pop of colour on the second hand. The watch still has it's original, and now very puffy, lume plots. Original Tissot crown is still on the watch too, this is as original as they come.
Points of Mention
This is a vintage watch from the 1970s and the watch has patina all over, the bezel has aged and faded into a lovely light blue. The dial has also patina'd to a beautiful tone of blue. The watch is currently running and has an unknown service history.
I have a soft spot for vintage diver style watches, especially ones with a pop of colour which this definitely provides. Tissot is a brand that still has a lot of room to grow in the vintage community and still has a lot of models I believe will increase in popularity, whilst they are still great prices I will be adding one to my collection in the near future.
I have sold many Seiko's since KibbleWatches begun and none have been the Kinetic! They make a great and affordable alternative to automatic watches, especially if you're looking for the unrivalled accuracy of a quartz watch but the feel and enjoyment of an automatic! The design of this one is very unique too, with an intergrated bracelet that follows the flow of the case nicely and comes to a nice taper when on the wrist.
Even though it is a large watch at 43mm it wears so well due to the bracelet design and case shape. A very practical watch that would be great for everyday or as a run around piece to not have to worry too much about! Built like a tank.
When you think of Seiko this watch probably doesn't spring to mind? But after seeing it in person and having it on the wrist I have to say I seriously love it! I even love the fact that the logo looks nothing like Seiko have done before and the font used for the branding, the whole thing is very Seiko but very under the radar Seiko at the same time! You get real presence on the wrist despite the case size of 35mm and the watch just screams charm in my opinion!
If you want a vintage Seiko but something different to the usual stuff then this is perfect! Stand out in a crowd at a RedBar event or with your group of watch friends, this is a real conversation starter!
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!