WatchUSeek Watch Forums banner


  1. Unserviced 7S26 vs Ordinary Quartz, which one lasts longer

    Hello watch lovers, Just wondering which to get, 7s26 automatic watch (not gonna serviced it) or normal quartz watch (swatch, casio, etc). both watch at around $100, which one you think will last longer? it will be daily office use thanks:-!
  2. Thoughts on how a Steinhart will age in the long term

    I've had my Ocean 1 Black Ceramic for about a year now, and (though I rotate straps quite often) besides a few scuffs on the band, the watch really holds up well to my daily abuse. I am a service manager doing all kinds of work out in the field, in wood/metal shops, work benches, and lots of...
  3. Introducing: The Golden Age from European Diving Instruments

    Start Up Watch Companies - Crowdfunding
    Thanks to the Admin for permission to post this. Hi Everyone, I'm Phil from EDI. After a long time and a lot of effort, we've finally made it. We'd like to introduce you to our first dive watch, the Golden Age. It's not the typical affordable diver. It is made from 904L steel, has a double...
  4. Need help identifying fathers Patek Philippe (noobie post)

    High-end watches
    My father has owned this Patek Philippe for nearly 15 years but we do not know the anything about it. Can anyone let me know the model/age/movement/etc...? Any help would be deeply appreciated. Kind regards, Max
  5. Mysterious Elgin find

    Vintage & Pocket watches
    I got this Elgin watch recently on ebay. Though I have not taken the back off (couldn't pry the damn thing up!), the seller had photos of the movement. Only things on it are jewel count (17), country of manufacture (Germany), "self winding", 10 kt RGP, waterproof, and 859 on the movement. No...
  6. Can anyone identify these watches?

    Vintage & Pocket watches
    I bought these watches just as a little project and I was wondering if anyone could help me identify them (year, model?, what they might be worth if I sold them) Thanks!
  7. Auguste Reymond present the face lift of Jazz Age Moonphase

    Since 1898 Auguste Reymond manufactures classical, authentic Swiss watches. As one of the rare global independent Swiss watch brands, Auguste Reymond is very proud to present the face lift of Jazz Age. Over more than a century the company AUGUSTE REYMOND has manufactured watches in Tramelan, a...
  8. Age Appropriate Watches

    Public Forum
    I am looking to purchase my first high-end watch, and the search has been daunting to say the least. I am looking for a sports watch that is versatile enough to wear dressy if need be. My other prerequisite is that the movement is made all in house. I am looking to spend up to $8k but would...
  9. Help with S/el age

    TAG Heuer
    I just made the plunge and bought a tag s/el. Later, however, when I read the history of this model, it appears it was replaced by the link in 2000. Mine was marketed as post-2000 though and I'm curious if anyone knows if this is correct. Did the link replace the s/el in 1999 or did they keep...