Sunday, August 21, 2016

AUTHENTIC SEIKO LAND MONSTER SNM037 AUTOMATIC GENTS DIVER


RM1500SOLD TO ROHIMI MERI SUBANG JAYA

Seiko SEIKO LAND MONSTER
SNM037 Automatic Mens Watch
"Perfect for outdoor activitiesMechanical watches"
The structure of the specification body protector designed to wild out,
Impact resistance, high reliability and excellent safety
Diver achieved.

PROSPEX
Gave birth to the year 1965 SEIKO Diver's technology from Japan.
Has been put into the compilation of Prospex.
Seeking a sense of achievement, sense of adventure begin to run fade.
The Supesharitiuotchiburando-performing a variety of fields.

LAND MONSTER
To those aspiring to the top is opened up and the future is the way to go.
Mekanikarufirudouotchi outside the body that brings together the technology of the original specification.
Product Specifications
Watch Information
Brand Name:Seiko
Model number:SNM037
Part Number:SNM037
Item Shape:round
Dial window material type:hardlex
Display Type:analog - orange dial
Band:urethane black with original buckle
Case material:stainless-steel
Case diameter:43 millimeters
Case Thickness:15.2 millimeters
Band material:stainless-steel
Band length:mens
Band width:19.5 millimeters
Band Color:black
Dial color:orange
Bezel material:stainless-steel
Bezel Function:unidirectional
Calendar:Date
Special Features:Compass
Movement:Automatic 7S35 Made in Malaysia
Water resistant depth:660 Feet
Warranty Type:Contact seller

Saturday, August 20, 2016

NEW IN BOX EDOX NIN CLASSE ROYAL AUTOMATIC CHRONOGRAPH GENTS WRISTWATCH

















ALMOST NEW EDOX NIN  CLASSE ROYAL AUTOMATIC CHRONOGRAPH GENTS WRISTWATCH

Product Specifications

MODEL 45003 357
SOLID STAINLESS STEEL CASE
GENUINE CROCODILE LEATHER BAND
with ORIGINAL EDOX DOUBLE CLASP BUCKLE
ORIGINAL EDOX SS CROWN
Made in Switzerland
SWISS Dubois Depraz  Cal.4500 Automatic Movement
Sapphire Crystal
Black Dial with Raised Round inside Square Stainless Steel Borders
White Luminous SS Hands  
Raised Long Baton Hour Markers
Quickset Grand Date at 12:00
Exhibiton Sapphire Crystal Stainless Steel Case Back
Original Edox Crown and Pushers 
Case Diameter: 40mm (Excluding Crown)
Case Diameter: 43mm (Including Crown)
Case Diameter: 40mm (Lug to Lug)
Very Thick Chunky Case, Thickness: 10mm
Lug Width: 20mm
Water Resistant 5 ATM
Serial No. 427749-45003
Complete with Outer Box, Inner Box, Manual, Blank Warranty Card

PRICE: R14,700.00;NEGOTIABLE

RECOMMENDED RETAIL PRICE WHEN NEW IS USD6,250




You Don’t Have to Own a Yacht to Wear the Edox Classe
Royale Chronograph, But People Might Think You Do

The Edox Classe Royale Big Date Chronograph is simply spectacular. With its oversize, 40 mm square case and bold black and silver motif, this is definitely a timepiece that commands attention. The strikingly attractive appearance of the Classe Royale Big Date Chronograph is one reason this watch was featured prominently in Looper, the new science fiction action film by Rian Johnson.
The Classe Royale sets itself apart from the crowd with a unique multi-part case construction and two-tone bezel. This stylishly functional chronograph features three well-placed sub-dials for timing virtually any event. Partially skeletonized luminous hands ensure that all dials can be easily read at any position and an extra-large date indicator at twelve o’clock makes the date readily available even under poor lighting conditions.
BRIEF HISTORY OF EDOX WRISTWATCHES

EDOX, Swiss watch manufacturer since 1884, has had good reputation for their technical developments such as the crown possible for water resistant over 200 m (1961), water resistant watch with very strong steel (1969), World first world time "GEOSCOPE"(1970) and etc.

EDOX had joined the ASUAG (Swatch group at present) in the 1970s, but in 1983, EDOX became independent with a new owner, Mr. Victor Strambini, President.
Today, their office and factory locate at Les Genevez , Switzerland where 140 staff including 110 of qualified watchmakers are working.

The models for the new launch is the "EDOX Class-1 " series. The Class-1 is a powerboat race known as the "F-1 on the sea". The series was developed by EDOX, sponsoring "Spirit of Norway", the champion team of the race. EDOX was appointed as the official time keeper of the race.



The series contains models such as chronograph, GMT, day/date. They are automatic or quartz.



Saturday, October 17, 2015

AUTHENTIC ZENITH COSMOPOLITAN UNISEX RETRO DRESS WATCH












BRAND: AUTHENTIC VINTAGE ZENITH COSMOPOLITAN GENTS WRISTWATCH
MADE IN: ZENITH SWISS
CIRCA: 1960's
MODEL: RETRO DRESS
CRYSTAL: MINERAL
MOVEMENT: ZENITH/MOVADO 7 JEWELS HIGH GRADE QUARTZ MOVEMENT CAL. 11-7
DIAL COLOR: TROPICAL BLACK
FUNCTION: DRESS RETRO WATCH HOUR, MINUTE AND DATE AT 3:00
HANDS: GOLD TONE
MARKERS: RAISED GOLD TONE BATON MARKERS
CASING : GOLD PLATED BEZEL AND STAINLESS STEEL BACK
LUGS: 18mm
MEASUREMENT: 28mm DIAMETER EXCLUDING CROWN and 33mm LUG TO LUG
BACKCASE MARKING: ZENITH LOGO/ S/No. 27.1570.116
CROWN: ORIGINAL ZENITH GP CROWN
STRAP: ORIGINAL/GENUINE ZENITH BLACK LIZARD LEATHER BAND WITH ZENITH BUCKLE
STRAP SIZE: 7..5"
GOOD CONDITION, KEEPING TIME AND RARE FIND. NO B9X NO PAPER BUT GUARANTEED AUTHENTIC 
PRICE: USD499(NEGOTIABLE)

Zenith was founded in 1865 in Le Locle, Switzerland by a 22-year-old clockmaker named Georges Favre-Jacot. Unlike competitors at the time, Zenith made its own movements. By 1875, Zenith employed almost a third of the town’s population to manufacture its pocket watches.
Acclaim for the company's products came fairly quickly. There was a gold medal at the Swiss National Exhibition in 1896, followed by a first prize for chronometers at a Neuchâtel Observatory competition in 1903. By the 1920's, Zenith had introduced its first wristwatches, which were cased in gold and reflected the Art Deco sensibility of the day.
Despite significant global disturbances such as the Great Depression in the 1930's and World War II, production increased until the 1950's, when Zenith was one of the unquestioned leaders in Swiss watchmaking (in that decade, its calibers won prizes from the Neuchâtel Observatory five years in a row).
A typical vintage Zenith dress wristwatch from 1955 had an 18k rose gold case, a silver dial, and a hand-stitched black patent alligator strap. Inside was a 135 caliber, manual-movement chronometer, which at the time was state of the art.
Sports models such as the Pilot, designed to compete with the Rolex Explorer, appeared in the 1960's, but the biggest news of that decade was the 1969 launch of Zenith’s El Primero chronograph movement. Watches from this era with this movement inside are among the most collectible vintage Zenith wristwatches available.
Work on this marvel of watchmaking (150 individual stamps were required to manufacture all its tiny parts) had begun in 1962. Despite subsequent advances in technology, El Primero remains the only integrated chronograph caliber with automatic winding in both directions, and the only mechanical movement to vibrate at a rate of 36,000 beats per hour, making it accurate to within a tenth of a second.
Zenith has a long reputation for the quality and precision of their watches, with 1,565 1st-place precision awards to date. Zenith, is one of the few Swiss watch brands that make their own mechanical movements - the Elite (standard movement) and the El Primero (chronograph). The El Primero movement has a frequency of 36,000 alternations per hour. This high rate allows a resolution of 1/10th of a second and a potential for greater positional accuracy over the more typical chronometer frequency of 28,000 alt per hour.

Ironically, at the same time that Zenith introduced it's greatest movement, quartz arrived to the watch world, an invention that would almost destroy the traditional swiss watch industry in the subsequent years. Zenith takes on the quartz challenge, preserving its precious tooling and waiting for the inevitable comeback of the mechanical movements. While many watch manufacturers ceased to exist during this rough years, Zenith was able to persist in part thanks to supplying its El Primero movement to other prestigious watch makers, the most famous being the Rolex Daytona.

The turn of the century saw Zenith reinvent itself and modernize its timepieces. In 2002 at the Basel watch fair, Zenith launched 4 new movements and 14 new models that represented an overwhelming 52 new variations. There have been several innovations made by Zenith in the 2000's and many new models have been launched. Currently, Zenith has been launching a collection of sport-chic watches entitled DEFY, and are further progressing the modernity of their timepieces.

Zenith was purchased by luxury giant LVMH (Louis Vuitton Moet Hennesy) in November 1999, becoming one of several brands in LVMH's watch and jewelry division.

Presently, Zenith markets five watch lines, including the Chronomaster, Class, Port-Royal, Vintage, Defy, Star and the all new Omnipotence.

AUTHENTIC LE COULTRE FUTUMATIC POWER RESERVED GENTS WRISTWATCH








BRAND: AUTHENTIC VINTAGE JAEGER LECOULTRE FUTUREMATIC GENTS WRISTWATCH
MADE IN: SWISS
CIRCA: 1960's
MODEL: POWER RESERVED - FUTUREMATIC
CRYSTAL: ACRYLIC
MOVEMENT: JAEGER LECOULTRE 17 JEWELS AUTOMATIC BUMPER MOVEMENT- CAL.497
DIAL COLOR: GOLD TONE WITH POWER RESERVED DIAL AT 9:00
FUNCTION: POWER RESERVED, HOUR, MINUTE AND SUB-SECOND DIAL AT 3:00
HANDS: GOLD TONE METAL HANDS
MARKERS: RAISED GOLD TONE ARROW HEAD MARKERS
CASING : 10K GOLD FILLED
LUGS: 18mm
MEASUREMENT: 35mm WIDE and 44mm LUG TO LUG
BEZEL: 10K GOLD FILLED
ENGARVING: -
CROWN: NO SIDE CROWN - HAND ADJUSTED USING BACK BUTTON AT CASE BACK
STRAP: NEW BROWN LEATHER/TEXTILE BAND
STRAP SIZE: 8.5" FULL LENGHT

DISCONTINUED LECOULTRE MODEL... RAREST!
EXCELLENT CONDITION, KEEPING GOODTIME AND RECENTLY SERVICED
SOLD FOR RM
A BRIEF HISTORY OF LE COULTRE WATCHES
A brilliant inventor and self-taught watchmaker, Antoine-LeCoultre founded his first workshop in 1833, following the invention of a machine to produce watchmaking pinions. Ever since, the Manufacture Jaeger-Lecoultre has developed constantly around the founder's original workshops.
Surprisingly enough, it was neither a physicist nor an engineer who first measured the micron; it was Antoine LeCoultre, in 1844. He had created watch components that were so perfect no tool could actually detect their degree of inaccuracy. He followed that up by inventing the world's most accurate instrument: the Millionometer, which served as a benchmark for over half a century.
In 1847, LeCoultre created a revolutionary system that was to do away with the need for keys to rewind and set watches. His simple and brilliant solution was a pushbutton that activated a lever to switch from one function to another. It was the first keyless winding mechanism, and the first reliable system that eliminated the need for keys to wind or set a watch.
In 1866, when Swiss watchmaking was still structured around small home-run workshops, Antoine LeCoultre and his son Elie decided to bring together under one rood the many skills involved in making watches, and installed a steam-driven machine to operate their new tools. LeCoultre & Cie thus became the first Manufacture in the Vallée de Joux.
It was in 1903 when the Parisian Edmond Jaeger set Swiss watchmakers the challenge of producing ultra-thin calibres. It would lead to the Calibre 145, the world's thinnest mechanical movement, measuring no more than 1.38 mm, and the friendship of Antoine LeCoultre's grandson, Jacques-Devid LeCoultre. These two men would give a rise to a range of horological wonders, and eventually the birth of the Jaeger-LeCoultre brand in 1937.
In the year 1908, the Manufacture created its first rectangular-shaped calibre in response to the challenge created to miniaturize watches to wear on the wrist. By the "Roaring 20s" (1920s), very small ladies' wristwatches were all the rage, but extreme miniaturization always led to a loss of reliability and precision. The Duoplan brilliantly solved this problem by arranging its parts on split levels. It would lead to the world's smallest movement, Calibre 101. Outdoing the Calibre 145, Jaeger-Lecoultre miniaturized the Duoplan caliber to the extreme, weighing in at barely one gram and comprising of 74 parts. Its record is still unmatched to this date.
Since its founding, the Manufacture has created and produced over 1,000 different calibres in many varieties. Over 200 patented inventions have contributed to the progress of Swiss watchmaking in the field of movements, as well as that of cases, bracelets, dials, and watch functions.

Friday, September 25, 2015

AUTHENTIC HUBLOT MDM LADIES WRISTWATCH
















BRAND: AUTHENTIC HUBLOT MDM AUTOMATIC GENTS WRISTWATCH
MADE IN: SWISS BY HUBLOT WATCH CO.
CIRCA: 2000's
MODEL: 1391.2 MDM DEPOSE MODELE S/N 409117
CRYSTAL: CLEAN SAPPHIRE CRYSTAL
MOVEMENT: HUBLOT QUARTZ MOVEMENT
DIAL COLOR: BLACK
FUNCTIONS: HOUR, MINUTES, SECOND CENTER SWIPE AND QUICK DATE AT 3:00
HANDS: SILVER GOLD METAL HAND
MARKERS: RAISED GOLD TONE MARKERS ON BEZEL
CASING : SOLID STAINLESS STEEL WITH GOLD TONE HIDDEN LUGS
LUGS: 12mm
MEASUREMENT: 28mm DIAMETER WITHOUT CROWN and 33mm LUG TO LUG
ENGRAVING ON CASEBACK: HUBLOT LOGO, MODELE,  5 ATM, S/N 409117 MODELE 1391.2
CROWN: HUBLOT SIGNED SOLID STAINLESS STEEL
STRAP: ORIGINAL HUBLOT RUBBER BAND WITH ORIGINAL DOUBLE FOLD HUBLOT GOLD TONE CLASP 
STRAP SIZE: 8"
EXCELLENT CONDITION, KEEPING TIME AND RECENTLY SERVICED. NO BOX NO PAPER BUT GUARANTEED AUTHENTIC
PRICE: USD650 (NEGOTIABLE)


Bried History of Hublot Wristwatch

A scion of the Italian Binda Group dynasty, best known for making Breil watches, Carlo Crocco left the company in 1976 to strike out on his own and create a new watch company. Moving to Switzerland he formed MDM Geneve and set about designing a watch that he named the Hublot after the French word for "porthole". The watch that he created featured the first natural rubber strap in the history of watchmaking. It took 3 years of research to create the strap. Despite failing to attract a single potential customer on the first day of its debut at the 1980 Basel Watch Fair, the watch quickly proved to be a commercial success with sales in excess of $2m in its first year.

The Jean-Claude Biver era

Carlo Crocco, preoccupied by his own design work and many activities for the Hand-in-Hand Foundation, a charity helping deprived children all around the world, set out to look for the man who could oversee his watchmaking business. In late 2003, Jean-Claude Biver, then president of Swatch Groups's Omega division, met Carlo Crocco, and in May 2004, Biver assumed duties as CEO, becoming a board member and minority shareholder in Hublot Watches.
Upon his arrival, Biver set about creating a new flagship collection that was unveiled in Basel in April 2005, with the Hublot "Big Bang" chronograph. It was an immediate success and orders increased threefold in one year. A few months later, in November 2005, the Big Bang chronograph was awarded internationally, receiving the "2005 Design Prize" in the "Geneva Watchmaking Grand Prix", the "Sports Watch Prize" at the "Watch of the Year" ceremony in Japan, and the Middle Eastern Prize for the "Best Oversized Watch" at the Editor’s Choice "Watch of the Year" in Bahrain. Following the arrival of Biver in 2004, the brand's sales hit 24 million Swiss francs and by the end of 2006, sales were bordering on the 100 million Swiss franc mark. 

Acquisition by LVMH
In April 2008 it was announced that luxury goods group LVMH had acquired Hublot from founder Carlo Crocco for an undisclosed fee, adding to its existing portfolio of watch brands including TAG Heuer. 

Hublot WISeKey
At BaselWord 2009, Hublot unveiled a new method of detecting counterfeit watches. Using a WISeKey smart card, the system authenticates watches on Hublot's servers. The system went live in August 2009.