Hi all, I recently purchased my first vintage watch: the Luch Moonphase quartz watch. The watch itself is beautiful, but when it arrived in the mail, I noticed that the second hand stutters. There are occasionally small ticks that would tick cross half a dial marker, then a large tick that takes...
Swapped out my Steel HR smart watch for a real smart watch. I hope I got an original.
I originally thought the watch face was maroon, hence the strap. However, its brown, any strap ideas. Loving this watch and its quirks.
For sale is a Prim Sport 1 (First Generation). Price is $275 including PayPal fees and US shipping. For shipping outside of the US, please PM me first.
Case is 38mm wide. Black dive bezel with black dial. Prim 68 hand-wind movement manufactured in 1968 (Year of the Prague Spring). 19mm lugs...
On the dial we have "parliament of the republic of Lithuania"
I heard that the watch was made for Lithuanian parliament members after independence in early 1990s
And that only 300-600 pieces issued.
If you have any info please let me know.
Ruhla deLuxe made in GDR
Case: condition 7/10 signs of wear,original crown, please refer to pictures
Glass: small scratches,small crack on glass at 12 (not visible from every angle)
Mechanism: ticks nice,running late more than 5mins per 24h
Size:~35mm without crown
Strap: selling without
Today I present to you one of my favourite watches. It is an early 1980s USSR Slava manual wind watch which I recently purchased from eBay. I first stumbled upon it back in November 2012, and was struck instantly by its unique dial, and neat specs. I didn't buy it at first, because, being new to...
I'm trying to purchase a Soviet-era watch as a birthday present for my boyfriend and I could really do with some advice.
I've been reading the forums on this website for a couple of hours (with intermittent ebay searching to look up things I've read) and have learnt a few things about how...
I was rummaging through my strap collection, looking for something that would fit an Elektronika 5 that I just received in the mail, when I came across a (forgotten) brown Toshi strap that was the right size (20 mm) for this watch. The Elektronika 5-202 is such a thick (13 mm) watch that it...
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