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I am selling my Smiths PRS 36 manual wind watch from Timefactors.

It is dated from December 2016 and I am the second order. I purchased it a couple of months ago but somehow I am not really wearing it that much so it has to go.

It is in very good condition with some hair line scratches from use. In the photos attached they look much worse than they are and can easily be polished out as the whole case is highly polished.

It is manual wind with a very satisfying wind action on the crown. The movement is a NOS Perseux 7040 with 17 jewels. It keeps good time although I have not had it on a time-grapher.

Full set with box & papers.

From the Timefactors website:
"A clean and simple watch which does nothing more than tell the time and slim enough to slip under any cuff, it can be worn for casual or formal occasions.
Although the case measures only 37mm across, excluding the crown), it wears more like a 40mm watch because of the square shape but is only 10.5mm thick to the top of the bombé sapphire crystal.
Like all Time Factors watches all of the components used are manufactured specifically for this watch (except for the movement), stock components are not used."

Also see this review of the watch from the guys at Worn & Wound:


  • 316L stainless steel, all polished
  • 37mm cushion case
  • Lug to lug height 44.8mm
  • Thickness 10.5mm to top of crystal
  • Lug spacing 20mm
  • Anti-magnetic 4800 A/m
  • Water resistance 50 metres/165 feet
  • Weight 60 grammes including strap
  • Screw view back (K1 glass)
  • Brushed silver dial with luminous hour markers - SuperLuminova C3
  • Vintage style skeleton hands, luminous filled - SuperLuminova C3
  • Double-domed bombé sapphire with anti-reflective coating on the underside. 32.5mm x 1.4mm
  • Peseux 7040 (Swiss Made) decorated with Geneva stripes, 17 jewels hand-winding running at 21.600 BPH
  • Black half-quilted leather strap with signed buckle

These rarely come up for sale and is located in Italy.

I am asking 360 Euro payable by PayPal, including shipping tracked within Europe (1 week delivery).

For shipping out of the EU please ask me for a quote.

I have sold over 60 watches in the past 5 years and have never had any problems. Please look me up here on WUS and also see my 100% feedback on ebay (classic_car_books)

Thank you for looking, if you have any questions, please ask.

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