Category | The Classics
These are the classic retro vintage watches. The Hall of Famers!
OMG! As the kids say. This watch is just brilliant… retro gold, pin-sharp LED display, original box, paperwork… the works.
Well ladies and gents, this is the ultra retro Seiko model number 6139-8040 – from 1975.
Lovely Seiko LCD watch here from the M-series…
GOLD! Always believe in your soul. You’ve got the power to KNOW, you’re inde-structible. Wise words indeed. Meet the Casio databank watch in gold…
This is a NOS watch (new old stock) Commodore LED watch, and it’s in mint condition. This is the steel strapped Commodore LED watch version.
This is a NOS watch (new old stock) Commodore LED watch, and it’s in mint condition. This is the steel strapped version.
The first Spaceman watch was the Oval one ( you can find it elsewhere on the site ) in 1972, but – in my
opinion – this series here, called the “Audacieuse” range were utterly superior. The Audacieuse series was a rectangular series of watches and was launched in 1974.
Here’s a Buler automatic swiss watch, looks to be the follow up watch to the Super Nova. This watch is perfect – unused – NOS, never touched since the 70′s.
Here’s a Buler Super Nova, in A1 mint condition! And in black. Black. Surely black is the coolest color for a
Here we have the piece de resistance of the Novus selection. In my opinion anyway, you might like an another one better. I like this watch because of it’s flat shape and unusual strap.
Hold on to your hats. This is the accessorie of the moment for me. Okay, I wax lyrical about a lot of my watches at the site, but this is truly something special.
What can you say about this watch? You either love it or love it. And I love it!! It’s a watch of uniquely whopping dimensions! 40mm across, 42mm up and down and a chunky 11mm deep. This is a man watch, no doubting it!
One of the rare “mach 2000″ Roger Tallon range.
This “Easy Rider” bullhead style chronograph wrist watch was manufactured during the 1970s by Sorna and named after Jacky Ickx. This Sorna is made with a manual wind 17 jewel movement (EB 8420).
You won’t find a watch like this anywhere but at this site right now. It’s a mint condition Pulsar (the undisputed kings of LED/LCD) Calculator watch.
This is a winner for all you retro lovers. A Lanco watch – classic retro makers! – in BLACK! Surely the coolest colour out there…!
This is a classic 1970′s retro watch. You’ve read the spiel on the previous page, this watch will fit up to a 6.5″ wrist, so small to medium.
This seems to be the favourite combo for the retro world viewers. The jump hour watch on the blue face. I’m not surprised, it’s a classic rare combo.
As I was saying, this watch has a unique snapping motion strap, which digs it’s teeth into the strap and will fit any wrist snuggly.
This is a classic 1958 Sunburst watch – take a peek at the face below to see why it’s so aptly named.
Well well well. I’ve finally got my filthy hands on one of these highly saught after Novus LED watches. Not only is this a rare, working bling-filled watch, it’s in A1 MINT CONDITION
This is the Sicura Instalite Volta III, as seen in the Pieter Doensen collectible watch book. It was one of, if not the, first watch to have a light which one could press to see the time
This is a special watch. It’s more than a watch, it’s a complete collector’s edition chunk of 70′s nostalgia. I mean, look at the paperwork, look at the original plastic box – how COOL is this?
For me, brown was one of the THEE colours of the 1970′s. I think it’s fair to say that these autumnal hues have made a bit of a comeback, and this watch is more than a convesation piece – this will have people talking for months!
Big square watch from Lanco…
This is a lovely Casio databank watch with all the bells and whistles. It’s an NOS unused piece and is split shiny new condition – even comes with a wee instruction book in case you get lost.
LCD watch with all the usual features you’ll need, as well as an impressive wee box round whatever day of the week it happens to be.
Now HERE’S an unusual watch. If someone asks you the time and you can’t be arsed answering, then this may be what you need. It’s a talking watch!
I’m really excited about this watch, and I think you can see why from the images. It’s a classic design from
Swiss makers Swissina – later to become Sorna – and has the old retro logo on this piece.
This is a Lanco Club 77 automatic timepiece from – you guessed it – the seventies!
This is a watch by the German brand Kienzle. It’s in mint condition, and really looks the business.
The Lordex jump hour watch
This is a very rare Compu Chron LCD Calculator watch. The first calculator watches hit the shelves in 1975 with the stylish Pulsar. By the time this little baby came along, I’m thinking circa 1979/80, the watches were able to be built smaller, lighter and in my opinion – cooler