I’m specifically speaking of Moebius 8000, the natural oil, being used on old pocket watches.
They say that 8000 has a shelf life of 12 months, however, that’s seems awfully short, especially seeing as by the time you receive it, it’s already a few months old AND you’re using it on watches that...
Up for sale/trade is a longines heritage 1945 copper dial in excellent condition. Watches was purchased from AD in 4/2021 and will come with full kit. It has 40mm case but wears a bit larger due to large dial. It’s a gorgeous watch but too big for my small wrists. I only wore it around the house...
I bought this vintage ‘rare’ Hamilton from Facebook marketplace and I don’t know really if I was scammed or what? I cannot find it on google. It does not look fake, but it is weird that I can not find anything about it on the internet. Any idea what model is this? Have you seen it before...
Hi watch experts,
New here and new to the hobby. Recently acquired a vintage Oris California dial from eBay but is having doubts with authenticity of the piece.
I searched online and did see some vintage oris models with similar case back, movement and plastic movement holder. But compared to...
I’ve inherited a Junghans watch from my father. It’s a Solar TEC 014/1713. It’s in mint condition, working perfectly.
However, I don’t have any product information, specifications nor a user manual.
Could you please tell me where can I know more about this watch?
Thank you so...
I never thought myself as someone to wear, let alone buy a diamond dial watch.
Bought this white gold Hamilton "Top Hat" on a whim. Thought the baguette style diamond markers and art deco numbers "did it right".
Was hoping others had some good examples here too.
I recently inherited a watch. It’s inscribed on the back to a relative. Was a gift for working 25 years with NY Telephone and the date reads 1971.
The only other inscription is 14K Gold and the band is labeled “Rolled Hold G.B1 FIXO-FLEX”
My questions are what model is this...
I'm still looking for my first watch after two years of creeping on countless forums and youtube channels. I've recently found the "glycine bienne" and a vintage "seiko skyliner" who both look perfect! Even though they look perfect on pictures they both have their problems. I'm afraid the...
Movement: Swiss ETA 2776 automatic
Case: Steel case
Caseback: screw-in, steel
Dial: black dial
WR: 200 meters
Serial: 9645xxx (1981 Production)
This story starts in 2010. I wanted a Rolex Submariner in a...
Hey all, I was passed down this watch by my grandmother after my grandfather passed away. I’ve been looking into it recently as I get more into watches - and I simply can’t find nothing about it online. The numbers on the back give me nothing. I simply can’t get an ID on it.
As a side note, can...
I really like the look of vintage 60s watches and am currently looking for my first watch. I do however feel hesitant to a vintage piece being my first watch and daily wearer at that. So I turn to you guys, are there any affordable (about $500 max, but wouldn't complain if it's lower)...
SOLD - Thanks WUS and buyer!
Selling my Uncle Seiko US1450 President bracelet designed to fit the standard 20mm Omega Speedmaster Professional (will not fit the newer Speedmaster 3861). Probably the most comfortable bracelet I've worn for a Speedy, and has just the right vintage vibes. Letting...
$4375 CONUS, RWB, MODA, RTF Member
Rolex 36mm Datejust
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I am new to this forum so first and foremost, hello to all!
My grandfather recently passed away and had this watch in his possession, which was given to my father, which he then gave to me. I know that it has been locked away in a safe for decades at least, and the frozen hour and minute hand...
So i have my eyes on this (king) Seiko 5626 7090, but after going back and fourth with the seller, i noticed a few things.
1. The reference number on the dial is different from the caseback by 1 number (dial: 7090; caseback: 7091)
2. The case does not have the screw for regulations in between...
I'm trying to repair this ladies Elgin from I believe the late 20s but can't find the movement cal. #. There are some serial numbers on the caseback and movement but doesn't result in any info on Google. There's no info under the balance but there is on it (see pic). It wants to run, the balance...