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  1. I am currently looking at the Bulova Accutron Spaceview. And learning what I can about it before I buy one . A lot of them are conversions now to the fact of how popular they were and are and people trying to rip people off out of genuine timepiece. When looking at them on internet such. Any one had some experiences on telling if thy have been conversioned or 100% genuine?
  2. I would go for the Seamaster . I am saving up for one for my 18th birthday. Classic watch . Just my opinion .
  3. Yeah man I just can’t find out how to insert a photo . It says I can’t do it directly and its a not working on my iPhone
  4. Can anyone tell me how to insert pictures into a post . It say I can’t directly paste them after I have compiled them which is fair enough thanks Roman
  5. Saw this Omega De Ville in an antique shop yesterday. The guy said it was 9 caret gold and 1940’s . It had no papers with it or anything. What would you guys pay for it if you would before I try to negotiating?
  6. That’s is real nice That’s Accurist is very elegant! Going to have to search that one up !
  7. Hello, I am saw this Bulova Accutron Spaceview 214 1966 on eBay. I was recently introduced to the watch and really super like the look of them . I have copied the dicription from the ad and the pictures. “1966 Bulova Accutron Space View Crystal with the 214 tuning fork Movement. The watch has been serviced in the past 12 months (by a retired bulova dealer shop left overs) but is not keeping time or running(not humming). Will need service again, a beautiful watch. For a almost 52 year old watch, it surely is a rare item and one not to be missed. THIS IS A STUNNING WATCH. Fits a 6.5 to a 8 inch wrist. The photos taken are of the item presently for sale.” I also sent the guy a message saying “Hello there . I am inquiring about your 1966 Bulova Accutron 214. It is says in the description. “The watch has been serviced in the past 12 months (by a retired bulova dealer shop left overs) ” Does this mean that the watch is made up of spare parts or am I mistaken ? Also can you provide purchase papers , service receipts , records and does the watch come with a Bullova Aunthenticated box ? Regards and Thankyou for your time . Roman He replied “No, I bought out the repair shop was a customers watch, the box said repaired this was before the owner pass away. The watches have been sitting for all this time some worked and many did not. Even though it said ready for pick up, we do not know the circumstance. Please read the whole estimate if it is running and keeping time or will not hum or run. This one is not running.” My questions are . Does it look genuine ? I am not very familiar with this make . The humming not working , is that a difficult job to fix . Would it be a DIY as I am have done some repairs on my other watches or would it need to go to service ? Any guesses on how much it would cost to fix ? Thanks guys appreciated this !
  8. Sorry guys , I do apologise for any wrong impressions that I may of created . Look forward to learning more about watches as a hobby and interest from enthusiasts such as yourselves .
  9. Hi everyone one here. To diversify my investment portfolio I have decided to give watches a try. I have a couple friends who I am meeting with to give me their views but wanted to know what people thought is important to know when dealing with everything from negotiating , checking authenticity all the way down to how wrecked do you buy ? My friend started to do Omega’s and said they were good so I am giving them a try. So any links to helpful information about them and tips and tricks would be highly appreciated . Roman
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