I bought this lovely little Cyma as I like the unusual case design and the black and copper coloured dial. In my opinion Cymas from the 40’s up to the 60’s are some of the most undervalued watches on the market. This watch is hardly running and needs a little attention. Continue reading
Fatima from Sweden sent this unusual Seamaster chronograph with a nice panda dial in. It’s not running properly, and some attention is needed… Continue reading
This watch has a special place in my collection. When I was 17 I bought this watch from an antics store and it is the first proper mechanical Swiss watch I owned. I wore this watch until it “suddenly” stopped 4years ago. I delivered it to a local watch store in Oslo just before setting off for the Danish school of Watchmaking, but he never got around to servicing it. I picked the watch up last time I was in Oslo and now it is time to get it running again.
I like the early 60’s Citizen watches as they made some unusual and funky watches. And this watch is defiantly something special. The watch is in nice condition but could do with a service. I’m not sure about the calibre number; so if there are any Citizen experts out there please enlighten me on the correct calibre number;) Continue reading
This Vacheron Constantin came to our workshop from California, and Jeannot sent it in as it wasn’t working any more. The winding stem is broken, so the watch can’t be wound any more. Continue reading
I have been waiting a long time to do a Dubois Depraz module, as they have a reputation of being fiddly and parts are hard to find. Continue reading
The watch is running but the date does not change as it should.