Greetings. Far and away the most popular watches at the site at the moment…
Category | £150 – £200
Watches from £150 to £200 – one hundred and fifty to two hundred pounds
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.
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’s another classy LED watch from Novus. This is one of my favourites – I love this classy style.
Feast your eyes on this highly saught after Novus LED watch.
This is a NOS watch (new old stock) and it’s in mint condition. I have access to many of these watches, so if you want a couple, or a different Commodore watch, let me know
Well…this is gorgeous. You can see that from the photos. A really unique shape of watch, which measures up at 34x42x10mm.
Amazing Novus NOS LED watch…
The Commodore range are almost finished, and I can’t see me getting any more for the foreseeable future, which is a shame, they are very cool
This is a NOS watch (new old stock) and it’s in mint condition. It has an amazing chunky black strap, looks fantastic on the wrist, and is by Commodore – a fantastic brand with a great, retro logo!
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!
Check out some photos of this stunning watch. A very heavy Saytoko “Grand Luxe” automatic, on its original bracelet which is signed on the clasp.
This is a Sicura jump hour watch, from the mid-70′s, the same as the blue one’s elsewhere at the site, but in this lovely Olive Green colour.
This is one of those watches which looks SO much better in reality than it does in the photos I take! One fine day I may get someone professional to take these photos, in the meantime you’ll just have to trust me…
Lovely Leca jump hour watch
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).
This is unique. I like jump hour (or “direct time”) watches like these from the 70′s, but this one manages to combine the classic direct hour watch with a classy, almost robotic, silver casing.
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.
Big square watch from Lanco…