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  1. Public Forum
    I'm not an especially big fan of vintage watches. I love their aesthetics, but I prefer modern materials, finishes, technologies (i.e Spring Drive), etc. I still own one vintage timepiece. It's not exactly one of those classic "my father gave it to me and his father gave it to him" kind of...
  2. Public Forum
    I recently inherited my grandfather's Tiffany & Co. watch, but no documentation was passed down. After further inspection, I realized that it needed to be serviced, so I sent it up to NYC. While there, I requested any information they had about the watch so I could get it properly appraised upon...
  3. Public Forum
    As my first post on WUS, I'd love for all of you to share the story of a watch you: are emotionally attached to/find the most sentimental value in maybe think doesn't fit your preferences (color, fit and finish, brand, etc.) but still wear/keep in your collection got you into watches will never...
  4. Seiko
    What are your favourite things about the 007? Does your 007 have any sentimental value or stories to tell?
  5. WTB - Wanted to Buy
    I am in search of an Oris TT3 635-7588-7067RS, mine got damaged in a car accident beyond repair and it is a watch that I truly loved, but I can't seem to find anywhere online that is selling one so I thought I would give this a shot. Please let me know. Thanks!
  6. Omega
    It is an Omega Automatic Seamaster De Ville in 14K Gold, and it was presented to my grandfather for outstanding service at his job in 1961, so it must be a 1961 or earlier model. I went to the Omega store in Seattle (I live in the city) and they quoted a whopping $1,060 to service the watch...
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