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This Waltham Beatmaster is an awesome watch at a great price! The dial has a gradient of colour that is light in the middle and darker around the edges, a reverse colour day/date which has a working quick set via the crown!
A really great TV shape to the case, wears so well on the wrist and matched nicely to a leather NATO strap. Get this whilst it is still here!
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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!
This is one of the latest offerings from Orient and they have really done well with the entire watch, from the designs and the useful complication on the dial showing the power reserve, to the fact they used a sapphire crystal, solid end links and a milled clasp! You really cannot go wrong with this watch if you are looking for a great dive watch that can service function incredibly well but also be a great watch to wear with a t-shirt and jeans.
At first I had never heard of Precidrive, after a quick google I found out it's Certina's own invention that makes this quartz watch 8 to 10 times more accurate than the traditional quartz watch, that's quite impressive! Certina have been knocking the design game out of the park as of late in my opinion, this watch with it's pops of lime green is super cool! That green on the dial and the green stitching on the strap make it such a fun watch, even more fun when you see the price!
Points of Mention
This is a pre-owned and used watch, therefore signs of wear will be seen. Some hairline scratches to the polished bezel but nothing major. The watch is running as it should be, last battery change is unknown. It is also a full set and comes with everything it did when originally sold at the retailer.
I am not a green guy, its just not my colour. However I've really enjoyed wearing this watch, the pops of green are so bright but not overpowering. I think they got the delicate balance very right and it paid off!
I've been very lucky to have managed to get so many great micro brands in the store, this is definitely one of the great ones! This watch is no longer available on the Helgray website. When you look at the design you can see why, named after the famous race track here in the UK which I am sure anyone who is into cars and racing at all has heard of it and maybe even visited!
Running a Meca-Quartz movement you get that satisfying sweep of an automatic watch when running the chronograph but at a serious fraction of the cost! Being 41mm it is not as crazy as most Micro Brand chronographs we have seen recently and with this design it works well!
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!
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.
I have now sold and handled a fair few examples of the Combat Sub by Glycine and each time they never fail to amaze me in build quality and overall how well they wear on the wrist, they have a slim profile with tapering lugs that just hug the wrist. The watch offers everything you could want in a dive watch, great water resistency, build quality, lots of lume... But majority of people who wear dive watches don't dive with them, so it's a great thing they also nailed the aesthetics of this watch.
Easily a great option for someone looking for a quality diver watch on a budget, even if budget isn't an issue I think this watch brings a lot to the table. Treat yourself and realise why some people go mad for these!
Points of Mention
The overall condition of this watch is very good, few hairline scratches here and there but nothing major at all. The bezel has some difficulty moving, it can be very, very stiff. The watch comes paired on it's original bracelet, all spare links included.
If I was to buy an affordable diver watch I would very easily be tempted to buy one of these over a Seiko Diver, it offers more in build quality in my opinion. Plus I just really like how the watch looks, your traditional diver aesthetics you'd come to expect but with a little bit more, plus the options for these are endless!
This beautiful watch features a "Sun-ray blue triple stepped dial" which allows for the most interesting of colours when in different lighting environments, when on the wrist I found myself just moving it around to see what different colours and reflections happened. The watch is named Hudson after an English Sea Explorer and Navigator during the early 17th century, his name was Henry Hudson.
The watch features a perfectly proportioned 37mm case with, the now iconic, bronze on the crown which Farer do for all their watches. Powered by the hand wound ETA 7001 which allows for the slim case but also a lovely movement to look at under the sapphire crystal caseback. It is also limited to only 100 and this is number 5, a very early edition!
Points of Mention
This watch does have an engraving on the caseback, it has been blanked for the privacy of the owner, but image with it can be provided on request. The watch comes with it's full box and papers and the watch is in great condition right down to the strap being like new.
I am a HUGE fan of this style of watch, the cushion case wears perfectly on the wrist and sits very low. I love the shade of blue but the extra pops of colour don't do it for me, but I know many people absolutely love it and once on wrist it really doesn't bother me at all. I have been a fan of what Farer have been doing and this is the first one I've had the chance to have on wrist for a full day, I am very impressed and I have no doubt the new owner will be too.
These Baltic watches have become insanely popular in the past year or so, I still remember some of their advertising campaigns on Instagram a while back and thinking that the design was beautiful! I can now say having had the watch in hand and on wrist, you can be rest assured that the build quality is too! Lovely slate grey dial which has a unuique finish that catches the light well, when the dial catches the light as do the blue hands! Great size, great wrist presence and you would be representing an up and coming micro brand!
Do NOT hang about with this one! Guarantee it will be gone VERY quickly!
These Siruca jump hours are becoming more and more difficult to find in honest condition! That is why I am so happy to be offering one of these for sale for one of you lucky people to own! The case shape of this watch is so unique, it's actually 16mm thick in the centre and tapers down in thickness towards the lugs, what this does is create such a comfortable and flow to the wearing on the wrist! I'd say if you're budget can support a watch of this price, this is a great choice as you're getting something that truly stands out for being different and unique!
One misconception about Sicura is that they are Breitling or have this HUGE connection and therefore people are selling them as Breitlings or with that in the title. The truth is there is a connection but these are not Breitling's, nor where they even made under the same roof or in the same factory. During 1979 the CEO of Sicura saved Breitling by purchased the company, he later closed the doors to Sicura and put all his focus on Breitling. It's a great story and deserves being mentioned that's for sure!
This watch is showing signs of age and wear, the gold plating is starting to fade a little towards the lugs. I pride myself on very honest photos and descriptions of my watches so please check the photos and if you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask!
Here we have a very attractive Seiko Alpinist, but not any Seiko Alpinist... It is the new SPB089 limited to 1959 pieces featuring a stunning blue dial, finished in a similar way to the green, with a mesmerising texture which plays beautifully in different light. If you have the chance to see one in person I highly recommend it. But this one is gone as quick as it came in! So be sure to send me an email if you want one to get your name on my list incase I get another one in.
Points of Mention
This watch is sold as a brand new and unworn example. Complete with everything it was original sold with. Limited edition of 1959.
The Alpinist has been a classic for a long time from Seiko, this blue however takes it to another level! Whilst the green is very attractive and will still be the go-to for most people, this blue really adds another dimension. Between the two, I would go for one of these!