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Service: Omega Seamaster De Ville with Omega 600 Movement

If you’re looking for a vintage Omega watch with a tight budget, it might be worth it to look for one that needs some work. This Omega Seamaster De Ville needs to be serviced, and it needs [...]

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What is Rebanking or Knocking of a Watch Movement?

What is rebanking or knocking of a movement? The balance wheel swings to the left and the right. Halfway, the impulse pin enters and leaves the horn of the pallets. The number of degrees that the [...]

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Review: Timex MK1 TW2R13800

The last decade saw the rise of a trend for reissues of vintage pieces. We also saw an increase in popularity of military-style and field watches. So, here’s the question – for how little [...]

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How to Choose the Best Watch Strap (2019)

We watch geeks don’t have it easy. It’s hard work to keep a collection interesting. The best way to keep your collection fresh and exciting is to experiment with watch straps. Don’t be afraid to [...]

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Watch Talk: What are Fashion Watches?

If you mention the word “fashion watch”, every self-respecting watch enthusiast will most likely freak out. The internet, especially watch forums, is full of rants and discussions [...]

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Current Trends in the Vintage Watch Market (2019)

This is a guest post by Matthias de Pauw. Dear Wahawatchers, it’s been a while since I last wrote an article for this website. Well, fellow enthusiasts, I’m back to share my experiences from the [...]

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Review: BluShark NATO Straps

I haven’t had a lot of NATO straps before. One was included with the Sea-Gull 1963 chronograph, but frankly, it wasn’t good. I also had a leather one on my 1939 Tissot Antimagnetique, however, it [...]

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How to Start a Vintage Watch Collection the Right Way

Collecting watches is a fantastic hobby but how to get started? It can be overwhelming, especially in the beginning. Hopefully, I can help you on your way with these guidelines. Find your niche [...]

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Review: New NATO Straps From StrapsCo

Specs Length 28 cm without the buckle. Thickness 1.6mm for the ballistic nylon strap and 1.5mm for the seatbelt style bands. Weight Approx. 29 grams for the ballistic nylon band and 20 grams for [...]

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Review: Glycine Combat Sub 42 Bronze

I’ve never been into bronze watches. However, they seem to be enjoying massive popularity lately. To be honest, I can’t put a finger on when the bronze trend started. You’ll see it all across the [...]