Hi All; That was the headline which Omega used, over 40 years ago, when they launched the Constellation Megaquartz 2.4. At that time it was guaranteed to one second a month, see the contemporary brochure below: Knowing how, nowadays, quartz is regarded as ‘disposable’ technology; it is good to... Read more
Here are some examples of American-made pocket watch movements, presented in order of production date. 1890 Waltham Model 1889. 6 size. 1902 Waltham Model 1890. 6 size. 1916 Hamilton Grade 992L. 16 size. 1917 Waltham Model 1900. 3/0 size. 1933 Waltham Colonial A. 12 size on 14 size mainplate.... Read more
These 3 are Hamilton Grade 912 size 12 watches, all from 1938. The first two are examples I obtained after seeing Rob B’s extremely nice example shown at the bottom. And, for refernce, here’s a pic of a Hamilton Grade 912 movement in another of my watches. Read more
Here are some NOS watches I have acquired over the years. My first NOS watch was this rather ugly 1973 Bulova Excellency cal. 11ANAC. It came with outer cardboard box, inner plastic box and hangtags. The original leather strap is permanently curved from sitting in the box for decades.... Read more
I haven’t had any redials done as yet, but I’ve bought a few. This Tissot Seastar Visodate auto was an early eBay purchase from a Hong Kong seller. I’d initially purchased a Rado Green Horse but when I was advised the shipping cost would be the same for up... Read more
Hello Folks, Dating from 1915, this watch is considerably older than Jack Heuer and as well preserved. Essentially a silver lady’s pocket chronograph with a 13′” movement; Heuer did the same thing that Vacheron did & rotated the case and dial through 30 degrees, in order to clear the... Read more
Produced beginning in 1963, this Daytona features a gorgeous multi-colored dial known to collectors as the “Paul Newman” dial. This example was made in 1968, and uses the Rolex caliber 722 movement, based on the Valjoux 72. The dial is in fantastic condition. Read more
This Omega Seamaster De Ville cal. 601 is one of my most-worn watches. Read more
(Watches from the collections of TomG and myself). Read more
Hi All; Hanhart made watches in the Black Forest area of Germany, close to the French border. During WWII their flyback chronographs were used extensively by the German Luftwafffe, and after the war they continued to manufacture these chronograph movements, but they were given to France as part of... Read more
Here’s a shot I like. (Watches owned by TomG). Read more