Monthly Archives: June 2017
Cyma is probably one of the most underappreciated brands out there! Their in-house movements are of very high quality and they have some very interesting designs! This watch is in need of a service.
The Eterna calibre 520 is a superb pre 1950’s movement and their last model featured modern shock protection. This watch is in decent condition, but in need of a service.
This is the Hi-Beat beast that showed the horological world what the Japanese were capable of! The Seiko calibre 4522A has a rate of 36.000 bph, thats 10 beats per second, a frequency of 5hertz. This watch is in very … Continue reading
This Cyma has a super funky 1960’s atomic design and looks to be in good condition. It’s not keeping time, but hopefully a service will sort that out.
Another day and another unusual Seiko. This Champion is not running and not exactly living up to it’s name;) Let’s see if we can change that! I’m not 100% sure about calibre as the only marking I can find is … Continue reading
This is a rare beast! This is the second calibre 87 I have ever seen in person and the first with a date window. It’s in rather rough condition and the autowinder is completely worn down especially the rotor post … Continue reading
This Eterna is not working and very dirty, but looks to be in decent original condition.
This is truly a rare find as most no-brand gold watches were melted down a long time ago and even more rare it is to find Helvetia calibre 341. It’s getting more and more unusual that I service something that … Continue reading
I’m a fan of Revue and my favourite movement is calibre 81. This particular watch has seen better days, but it’s got potential and I think it deserves being put back together.