We focus on selling pre-owned watches, but sometimes great unworn watches come our way and we have to buy ’em so we can offer these goodies to our viewers. Here’s some select pieces! Rolex – Submariner Date This hefty chunk of gold is still new, but at a great price thanks to the warranty card… Continue reading Watch Notes Of The Week: Never Worn
You probably already know a chronograph is essentially a watch with a stopwatch built in. In most cases, the chrono-seconds are mounted in the center, and the watch will have additional subdials for the minutes and hours. Below is a selection of Chronographs with some special notes on each!
Sometimes unscrupulous sellers will pair counterfeit Rolex boxes with authentic watches in order to increase the prices they can realize for their preowned watches. Not having an original box for a used watch is no sin… After all, people move and misplace things. You really can’t be expected to hold on to a box for… Continue reading Modern Rolex Boxes – Fake Spotting
Rose gold timepieces are big right now and we have a few excellent examples.
I am frequently asked “Which watch is better, an Omega Seamaster or a Rolex Submariner?” and the answer is difficult and complex unless the inquirer is very clear about which models of the two watches they are comparing and what they want to get out of the watch. The first step to finding the answer… Continue reading Which Watch Is Better? A Submariner or a Seamaster? Late 90s to Early 2000s Edition
A Customer Emailed Us This Question: “About 11 years ago?? maybe more I purchased a GP Richeville from you. The watch is fine. This week I took it to a watchmaker I deal with, who checked it, and casually remarked that the movement was an ETA movement. I just wanted to know if that was… Continue reading Ask A Watch Guy: When Is A Movement “In-House” or ETA?
A couple of weeks ago we teased you with a pair of JeanRichard Aquascopes, and we felt it was such a good value model, we dug deeper to bring you a wider selection at closeout pricing. Enclosed are our thoughts on the JeanRichard Aquascope and JeanRichard Highlands models.
You received your brand new watch a few weeks ago and today, horror of horrors, you knocked it on the sink faucet giving your watch a bright shiny new scratch. Or maybe you work in front of a computer and the buckle is already starting to show the classic ‘desk diver’ swirls. Scratches are unavoidable.… Continue reading To Polish Or Not To Polish Your Watch?
Panerai all over the place! We have the largest selection of preowned Panerai we’ve ever had. We frequently sell these watches too quickly to ever have a wide range of models, but we went on a pre-holiday buying spree and posted them all at once. Luminor Marina 1950 42mm : PAM 392 This is a… Continue reading PJ’s Watch (Panerai) Notes of the Week
The 16610 model of Submariner Date was discontinued in favor of the 116610 model Submariner Date, which is often referred to by its most notable feature as the ceramic bezel Submariner. So when discussing features, we should start with the bezel. This is the most exciting and visually accessible difference between the two models. The… Continue reading Rolex Submariner 116610 vs 16610 Comparison