A Closer Look: Our Pre-Owned Watches
Omega Speedmaster Reduced 3510.50.00
Now discontinued, this reduced size Speedy from 1998 is increasing in popularity. It is a great watch for those who like the the look of a Moonwatch but want a smaller piece.
Breitling SuperOcean 42 A1736403
For those who enjoy underwater adventure, Breitling created the Superocean. The look is classic yet modern, and the colorful inner bezels give these timepieces an instantly recognizable look.
The SuperOcean case is milled from a solid block of stainless steel. The final product is 42 mm in diameter and water-resistant to 1,500 meters. The screw-locked crown incorporates twin gaskets to seal out water, and the pressure release valve located in the side of the case at 10 o’clock is a mark of a true professional dive watch.
The Breitling SuperOcean is also powered by the COSC-certified Caliber 17 automatic-winding movement.
This beautiful gold watch has a tachymeter scale which measures how fast an object is moving. The scale can be found either on the dial or in the bezel. Its very simple to calculate the speed: just mark a point and push the start button. After the object has moved for one kilometer (or mile), push the stop button. The number indicated by the hand shows the speed of the object in km/h or mph, depending on the unit chosen.
The demand for this watch in the 1940's increased tremendously. because chronographs were not only for military and scientific purposes, but also important for use in motor sports. Whether or not you would ever use this function today though, this watch is still a classic beauty and now it has been fitted to a new Hirsch Alligator strap, beautifully dressed.
This watch ticks all the boxes.it fits well into both business and casual situations as well as the more sporty settings for which they were specifically designed. Its 42mm brushed stainless steel case works as well with a suit as it does on the ski slopes.
It may not be something you plan on doing this week, BUT If you were to attempt to explore the earth's pole or climb Mt. Everest, the Rolex Explorer II is guaranteed to work as well as it does day to day as when put under extreme temperature gradients and with no source of power, except wearing it daily and moving a bit (or winding the crown).
Ball DM1020A Engineer Master II
Diver Watch 42mm
If you’re looking to put something a little different on your wrist, you owe it to yourself to consider a Ball. One particularly great feature is the tritium illumination system. The Ball Engineer Master II Diver has no fewer than 53 individual micro gas tubes, making it one of the most nighttime-readable and functional analog watches ever. Even the inner rotating bezel and bezel pearl use tritium tubes for diving in dark conditions.
The Ball Engineer Master II Diver is for people who want a watch that jumps out without being too bling, that combines traditional Swiss watchmaking with modern features and robustness.