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  1. Have a F06 111 movement, would love to make my own dial for it, but can't find ANY information about how thick it can be. Does anyone know where I can get a 2d/3D drawing of the movement? I've tried contacting the manufacturers but their website contact page is shockingly bad - won't even lets me send a message to them as they have a ridiculous spam filter!
  2. Three watches I have recently posted for auction: Zentra : Men's Zentra 17j Incabloc Dress Watch - cleaned, oiled & regulated Vertex Revue: Men's Vertex Revue 17j Incabloc Watch in New Case - clean... Roamer: Men's Roamer Incabloc Watch - cleaned, oiled & regulated
  3. Hi, I have a GMT Master II 16710 that was damaged beyond repair (at least the case was) but the 3186 movement appears to be salvageable. I can't seem to find any 16710 cases to buy for the movement (even aftermarket ones) so, despite the fact I have a dislike for replicas, I wondered whether a case from a half-decent one might do the job. Some rudimentary on-line research (looking at photos) seems to indicate that it could fit but it may need different size clamps. Can anyone offer any advice at all please, or know anyone who could assist? Thanks in advance.
  4. I have inherited a ladies gold tone rotary elite reversible watch with gold tone bracelet strap it us very good condition I don't think it's been worn. The numbers in the back are Ref 10933 PO 02026 searched internet but can't find anything for ladies watches only men's. Can anyone advise.
  5. Hallo, I am new for today and live in Sweden and build my historic racing cars in England. Last Sunday when I came home I found that my watch was lost ! Hope you people can help me out? The lost item is a 1991 Longines VHP Ti. Titanium/Gold. My insurance company has asked me of a valuation paper witch I off course do not have. Can anybody, preferably authorized, tell me the value. I also have another watch (the very same but smaller diameter). Bought 1986. It has lost the crown. Can anybody guide me who can repair it. I thank you in advance for your support on these matter. Very nice club you have and I am happy to find it. Till I hear from you, Kind Regards Tommy
  6. Evening people, i purchased an automatic marathon gsar last week, does anyone own one, what do you think of it, hope you say they're a good watch now I've got one! It's my first auto, does it matter which direction it rotates on a winder?
  7. Hello to all from Warwickshire, England. My interest in watches has increased significantly in the last year or so, and I hope to learn an lot from you wise people on The Watch Forum. Currently I have my late father's 18k gold early 60s Omega Automatic Seamaster which is in incredible condition, my beater 2003 quartz Tissot PR100 Flyback chrono which has never put a foot wrong but wears some battle scars proudly, and a 2015 Longines Elegance Collection Automatic dress watch given to me by my wife for our 25th Anniversary. Meagre pickings compared to some of the gorgeous pieces many people have on here, but I love them all the same. The good news is that I am getting an Alpina Automatic Classic Startimer next month to mark 30 years of service in the NHS, and my next birthday in April will be marked by a modest addition of an Orient Ray 2 with the gorgeous blue dial. Although modest in many ways I feel the blue Ray 2 punches well above its weight and is great value for money. I also feel a strange attraction to Seikos of various guises, but will leave that for the future. Having travelled through Germany quite a bit in recent years and ogled through many a jeweller's shop windows, I also have a fascination for German watches, but will need to put by many more ££££ for these beauties. It is clear that you guys have a seriously expensive habit, but the possibility of putting interesting collections of great variety and beauty is compelling. Cheers and happy winding!
  8. I recently purchased this beautiful vintage Omega watch. I was wondering what your opinions on the watch were. Pictures of the watch Thanks, Kyle
  9. Two more watches I am selling: Men's Limit 17 Jewel Incabloc Dress Watch - cleaned, oile... Smart Men's Allaine 17 Jewel Incabloc Watch - cleaned, oi...
  10. Hello, I hope somebody can help me out. Does anyone know the reference/model of this Tissot? See pictures: https://www.flickr.com/photos/150931466@N05/32652046765/in/dateposted-public/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/150931466@N05/31839927873/in/dateposted-public/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/150931466@N05/32652046885/in/dateposted-public/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/150931466@N05/31839928173/in/dateposted-public/ The case is in solid gold 18ct 750. Anybody knows the model? It would be great if you could tell me a webpage specialised in old Tissot... Thank you, Best, Mike
  11. Hi, Just registered and looking forward to learning and discussing timepieces. Always admired the beauty of certain pieces but I lack knowledge! Hoping to build a collection in years to come.
  12. Hi Folks, I'm thinking of investing in the below Link Calibre S, pre-owned. I currently have the Link Chrono CT1111 as worn by Mr Bourne and it has served me well. That would be my 7th Tag to date. I just want to get a sense from existing Calibre S owners on any feedback they'd like to share, be it positive or negative on this watch; http://www.watchfinder.co.uk/Tag Heuer/Link/CJF7110.BA0592/10069/item/70975 Much appreciated.
  13. Hello, I'm very interested in buying my first vintage Omega watches. I have two options: http://www.chrono24.fi/omega/seamaster-day-date-vintage-automatic-swiss-wristwatch--id5373847.htm http://www.chrono24.fi/omega/seamaster-vintage-automatic-preowned-swiss-wristwatch--id3958455.htm Since I'm not an expert, would you recommend buying one or avoid?
  14. Hi I've got a swiss made automatic shock proof watch with a NSA strap with was my grandfathers. I can't identify the watch, its got a incabloc shock proof movement other than that I'm not sure. In the middle of the rear cover it is stamped 11541, water resistant and all stainless steel non magnetic swiss incabloc Any help would be grateful..
  15. A small Roamer for sale: Men's 1950s 17 Jewel Roamer Watch in New Case - cleaned, ... (282337169558)
  16. Hello, I hope someone can help. Assuming even condition of the watches what's worth more between Omega Manual Winding Gold 9K ref. 34937 and Omega Automatic Gold 18k ref. 34937? I hope your expertise can help. Thanks you! Mike
  17. Hi, I was wondering what unusual Omegas members own. I am kicking my self missing out on a 70s graduated green face steel omega. I like the style of the Dynamics and some of the De Villes. I am looking for ideas for my next purchase. Regards Chris Tudor Oyster Omega SM Ti Omega Geneve 9ct gold
  18. Hi, I have loved watches for most of my life. I am lucky to have some interesting watches. I would not say I was a collector, as my wife won't let me. I prefer Swiss automatics/manual. looking at some of the posts on your forum this appears to be a bit boring. I am open to new ideas and welcome any advice for my next watch purchase. I wear my Omega SM daily and do not own watches that sit pristine in boxes. Regards Chris Tudor Oyster Prince Date Omega Geneve 9ct Gold Omega SM Titanium
  19. Recently I bid on a nickel cased Masonic watch on ebay. Because I was away for the week of the sale I left a high bid to allow some leeway. To my surprise when I returned home I found the watch was mine, but it had taken nearly all my bid. When I received the watch it was in good order with a highly polished case, perfect dial, and fitted with a swiss 7j 3/4 plate Atlas movement running strongly, all I have done is replace the crystal. My question is why are these watches so in demand, are there many Masons out there looking, or are they just in short supply. Maybe there are many collectors like myself who just wish to add one to their collection. Your thoughts please.
  20. A rather nice watch I am selling: Stylish Men's Swiss Emperor Dress Watch - recently cleane...
  21. This Corvette looks quite nice for a watch made during the decade that style forgot! Men's 1970s Corvette 17j Incabloc Watch - cleaned, oiled & regulated PS I am Torquilla
  22. Hello, All! New member from USA here. Just wondering if anyone has heard of the Ginault ocean rover. Hand made in America or at least hand assembled. What say you?
  23. I wonder if anyone knows how I can obtain a gold back for my Titus Chronograph Landeron movement wrist watch (Rose gold) from an old case. Michael
  24. I took advantage of Roy's recent sale and purchased a gold coloured Stellaris Electronic Q Transistorized watch. Yes, that is correct, it is full of Q goodness, schematically speaking! The front... The rear... The second hand... A squirrel... Anyway, it works quite well. Using Paul's website, electric-watches.co.uk, it would seem the movement is an ESA 9150. It is operating at 21,600, as demonstrated in one of the photos above. If I'm off the mark on this perhaps Paul can set me straight. Later, William
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