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A fully Carbon Case is not something you see often in watch making, especially at this price point! The weight is so satisfying once on the wrist. When researching this watch I found a description written by WatchBase.com
"For years Giuliano Mazzuoli dreamt of creating a watch with an innovative design, different than any other watch available on the market. The inspiration for his watch came one day when he looked at a pressure gauge. It was in this object that he found his Manometro (it means “pressure gauge” in Italian) watch. Ten years later the watch is just as relevant as when it was first introduced capturing a timeless presence on the watchmaking scene. The popularity and fame of his iconic watch continues to grow among an audience that has an eye for design, and an appreciation for style."
Dan Henry is a brand that has been taking the collecting community by storm and proven incredibly popular, this 1970 was no exception. The watch is based on the super compressor divers of the 1970s and has done a very good job of paying homage to them whilst adding modern features. One thing immediately noticeable once the watch is in hand is the double domed mineral glass that is sapphire coated to make it more hard.
If you are looking for an affordable super compressor watch with heritage design but modern qualities then look no further, this watch offers an insane amount for the price, not least of which is an automatic movement.
Points of Mention
This watch comes with it's original box & watch sleeve. The watch is used but in very good condition and working well.
This is the first Dan Henry I have had the chance to have for longer than 10 minutes, I have to say I am very impressed. From handling them at various events I was quite impressed, but getting some proper wrist time has proven how nice the watch is. Also don't be scared away by the dimensions, the watch wears very well even on smaller wrists.
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.
Granted, the Ventura is not for everyone... But it's history cannot be denied! This piece is from 1990 and was a limited edition of 5907, this is NUMBER 1! Whilst this watch has been worn it is certainly in good condition considering it is 28 years old! The watch features the classic and clean Hamilton dial with the waves through the middle, the ever complex and detailed case that flows right to the strap and looks as if the strap is all part of the case.
This is the best looking modern Aquaracer in my opinion! The directional lines that can be found on the white dial and also on the black rubber bezel, the bold black outline of the hands and indices, the raised numerals on the bezel, the pop of orange on the second hand, the date at 9 o'clock... I could really go on! I also think the value is incredible, the watch is powered by the Calibre 5 which is a classic automatic movement that can be viewed through the caseback, All of that and a full set, what's not to like?!
When it comes to modern Seiko and references, there really isn't many that come as close to fame as the Alpinist. That iconic green dial with the dial layout, design ques and 2 crown system... It's an instant icon within watch collecting and now discontinued! This is one of those watches I believe will only grow in appreciation by the masses, it offers so much for the money and even if it doubled in price I think it could still give the other watches in that price point a solid run for their money.
Points of Mention
This watch is sold as a brand new and unworn example of the Seiko Alpinist with it's box and paperwork. You cannot get much better than this.
This will be the 5th Alpinist I have sold! I cannot get enough of them. I say it everytime, but green really isn't my colour, though this watch seems to sway me everytime!
From the day this watch started making it's way to YouTube review after YouTube review I wanted to get my hands on one and see what all the fuss was about! I am very grateful to be able to now offer one for sale! The watch is great, build quality is beyond what I expected and the design, whilst yes a homage, has been executed very well! I have handled and sold hundreds of watches and handled multiple modern Rolex, granted some aspects are not at the same level but it truly isn't miles off!
If you are looking for a great homage with respectful design ques without ripping off completely then I would certainly say look no further!
How about a watch from a brand that started it all for me! Citizen started this whole obsession and still manages to intrigue me with their watches to this day, this is certainly one of them! I know I talk about value a lot, but it is because it's one thing I pride myself on finding for you! This offers a lot of watch for the money.
This is a Citizen Eco Drive with a lot of features, like so many that I can't even explain them all! Please go see online for the details ;) It has one of the nicest white dials I have seen, paired with beautiful blued hands that are sharp and catch the light so well! If you are looking for a watch that you can wear whenever without having to worry but want to still look amazing, this is that watch hands down!
This beautiful 35mm vintage inspired dress watch harps back to the original Longines Conquest from the 1950s, typically with these heritage re-issues the brands cannot resist changing a fair few things, whether that be the size or subtle upgrades to make it more "modern". I am pleased to say Longines resisted this temptation and created the perfect modern version of the classic watch!
The dimensions are basically identical apart from this watch being slightly thinner thanks to a modern and slimmer automatic movement, they even kept the domed acrylic crystal, probably one of the most attractive parts of a vintage wristwatch. Despite the smaller case dimensions on paper it wears so well, easily can compete with any 37mm watch on wrist presence. This is thanks to the thicker lugs, thicker case and overall design. The perfect Longines then and the perfect Longines now.
Points of Mention
The watch comes with it's full box and papers and comes on a new long strap. The crystal is acrylic and has a few marks, but this can be polished up. The watch is running well.
This Longines is easily my favourite modern Longines that they offer, having handled and sold the vintage reference of this watch I can say they truly did the original justice, right down to the size of the case. I am tempted to add one of these to my collection so take this before I do!