I’m cleaning out my “good” watch case and have a few pieces I’d like to sell. First up, we have this very nice Seiko 6309 chronograph. This was in the the Seiko repair center last year and works beautifully. One major scratch on the plastic crystal that I didn’t buff out and I’ll include the spring bars for this one. I took off the NATO strap that I wore with it because it was kind of ratty, but you can get a new one at WatchUSeek. $150 shipped for a working and very handsome chrono.
NB – Email john at wristwatchreview dot com if you’re interested.
Next up we have a Vostok 24-hour watch with bezel. I reviewed it on these very pages and I found it a fun piece. If you’re looking for a $50 shipped 24-hour watch, look no further.
Finally, we have a fully working classic Oris with date pointer. This is one of my favorites. It has a blued hands, a small seconds hand at 6 o’clock, and leather band. Very nice dress watch. I would estimate it is from 1950 or so. Movement works perfectly. Signed back. Bought, loved, and now it needs a new home. $200 shipped.
Here are a few more I have lying about:
Bulova Skeleton Dial Automatic – No Band
Bulova Oceanographer – Gold tone case and bracelent, auto.
Fossil PDA Watch – All parts, works perfectly.
Very unique ChronoSport Yacht Timer
CES SPOT Watch – Give SPOT A Chance
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