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Hamilton offer incredible value for so much watch, there really isn't many brands that can give them a run for their money in the Swiss market. So to think that at Retail they offer great value, imagine how great that value becomes when the watch hits the secondary market! An automatic day/date watch on a bracelet for the asking price we have is bonkers! Plus not the mention the great and iconic military dial styling which is very legible in all light condition, plus... It just looks epic! It is build very well too, which we come to expect from the Swatch brand and they certainly don't disappoint! I don't suspect this will stick around long so be sure to click that buy button before it goes and you regret it!
Points of Mention
The watch is sold as watch only and comes with no box, paperwork or spare links. It will currently fit up to a 6 1/2 inch wrist, so please keep this in mind before buying. The overall condition is good, hairline scratches to the case, bracelet and clasp. The watch is in running condition though there is no service history.
I love Hamilton and I will be adding one to the personal collection very soon! I have owned and sold many over the years and I think along with Tissot they offer some of the best value for money watches in the Swiss market today! This won't last long! If it does I may have to keep it for me!
I have owned and sold multiple Seiko Turtle's now and this is by far my favourite! I absolutely love that Seiko decided to do something quite different with this one and they really did it well. The black dial and black bezel, the offset of grey on the bezel and the colour of the surround on the lume... Compliment all that with the iconic and striking orange minute hand! Boom you have a seriously awesome watch for photos and, most importantly, on wrist! To anyone who has tried a Turtle on I don't need to mention how they wear, for those of you that haven't they wear perfectly!
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!
This is the 5th Bulova Moon Watch to pass my hands! Each one has been a delight and not lasted long at all, so if this is on your list don't blink with this one! I still find it amazing that you can get these for such little money and they have REAL history! Design is on point, functionality is great with the Meca-Quartz Chronograph movement, size is large but wears well!
I know collectors who own this and got it to fill the void of a Speedmaster and then I know many collectors who own this along side a Speedmaster! Honestly the argument of this vs the Speedmaster means nothing, get both! :D
Clean, classic and honest! 3 things that are becoming increasingly difficult to get all in one with a vintage Tudor, especially an Oyster! Here we have the reference 7803 with a beautiful egg shell dial, gold numerals and hands with a beautiful contrasting blued second hand! Original "Oyster Patent" crown and the lovely Tudor rose inside the iconic Tudor Crown at 12o'clock! You really are getting the best of both logos with this one.
This is one of those cool watches with an equally cool story! So it goes that Squale found multiple, original, bakelite bezels in a draw and decided to make a limited edition of 60 watches in 3 different colour ways. The end result is incredible, it begs to be photographed and truly feels great on the wrist. It is quite a thick watch but due to the shape of the case and the profile of the case back it actually hugs the wrist fairly well, that is even on a smaller wrist.
The use of a Bakelite bezel here is what really takes the show! Also the vintage colour ways, of the 3 colours they used this is my favourite as it feels the most retro. I think they made a great choice of making it this limited, this really feels like one of those watches you will not see again, and that is limited!
Points of Mention
This is a pre-owned watch being sold in very good condition and a complete set with all it's accessories and extra straps, it even comes with one more strap than it did when purchased originally. Limited to 60 pieces it is a rare watch, of those 60 there are 3 different colours split into 20, so technically this colour is 1 of 20 made.
Squale is one of those brands that doesn't always get the love it deserves in my opinion, however even the "haters" of the brand that I have shown this watch their opinion usually changes! I think regardless of your opinion on the brand this is one hell of a watch and offers so much for so little in my opinion! Also, find another one!
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!
This is easily the most striking vintage Tudor Oyster I have seen to date, not just sold but seen in person! You have a beautiful honey comb dial, chicken leg lugs, gold indices and hands and an awesome engraving on the back dating this piece to 1959! The engraving says "C.CRAPP FROM BOYS OF NU-WAY 1959" which is super cool in my opinion! Love these kind of things!
Where to even begin with such a beautiful watch like this? Let's get the facts out of the way! This is an 18ct Gold Zenith from 1954/55 running a beautiful manual wound movement from Zenith! This watch was serviced in October 2016 and had it's mainspring replaced, therefore as you can expect it is running very well for a 63 year old watch! The dial is also immaculate and untouched, it being preserved in the condition it is in would suggest to me that this was purchased by someone who would only take it out for very special occasions, therefore rarely seen time on the wrist!
If I had to choose just one dress watch I truly think this would be it! Believe me I'm keeping the photos of this one on my phone for the future hunting, I'll want another one for me!
The easy competitor to any Swiss Dive Watch? This MM300 features an amazing Monobloc case which is finished to a Grand Seiko standard, the weight is impressive both on and off the wrist. The dial features a lovely jet black colour that matches the bezel perfectly, whilst quite thick and bulky it's design allows it to hug the wrist well regardless of wrist size. Inside is the ever-reliable 8L35 which features a 50 hour power-reserve and runs flawlessly. The bracelet is finished to an incredibly high standard and the clasp gives the feel of a true dive watch.
This being part of the Prospex line means it is a real tool watch for divers, this reference doesn't have the logo on the dial which will be a big plus to most out there. The crystal features an inner dome and lots of AR coating, this makes for easily legibility at all times and under all lighting.
Points of Mention
This is a used watch, however it is in incredible condition. It comes with it's full box & papers, plus all the extras like Rubber Strap and Hand Tag. All spare links are provided.
Whilst I am certainly a small watch guy and on paper I would steer VERY far away from a 44mm case with a 15mm thickness I do have to say I am always amazed by the way Seiko manages to make these huge watches so comfortable and conform to the wrist better than some brands make 40mm watches fit! If you're in the market for a serious diver with all the bells and whistles but want to venture away from the typical Swiss names we all know, I can easily recommend this and I believe you'll be just as amazed as me.