I received this one yesterday: a post-war East German military (1940's? 1950's?). Whether it was an actual army issued watch is up for debate. I can't find much info on them either way, but it definitely has it's roots in the WWII era German army watches.
It came with a beat up case and bezel, dial is still nice, hands are pretty much wasted, and a snap on case back (w. no dust cover, obviously). It ran ok, but needs a service.
I just sent it in to have it restored (dial refinish, new hands, crystal, case replated, etc.), so I'll post result pics when I get it back. Cheers!
15 jewel (AS1130?) movement. Seller said it was a 10.5" caliber(?)
Last edited by Enigma; May 27th, 2010 at 19:19.
Just got my first Sinn. Cannot recomment this watch enough!
Rolex: Deep Sea V/Sea Dweller F/Submariner-C G
Omega: Speedmaster Quartz X-33/Sapphire Sandwich 3573.50
Omega: Seamaster 2254.5/GMT 2234.50
Omega: Planet Ocean 45.5mm 2200.5
Doxa: 750T/1500T Professional
Zixen: Trimix 44mm Black
Seiko: SBBN015 Quartz Tuna
Seiko: SKX007 Jake's Black Bay mod
MKII: LRRP No Date MilSub
Vostok: Black "Scuba Dude"
Citizen: Promaster NY0040-09W
I love vintage heuers. great watch you have there
The damage done
- Orient Black Mako
- Orient Automatic Day-Date
- Ω Seamaster Professional 2223.80: RIP
Read what happened here
- Ω Seamaster 166.0263 Cal. 1010
- Ω Seamaster Professional "electric blue" 2255.80.00
- Halios Bluering: Silver Brushed 99/100
- Seiko SKX009
I donit know if this fits Pil/Mil but i like it a lot.
Ok...it might not really be a pilot watch...but does it count if I use it as one?
Christopher Ward C3 Malvern Corax edition
Last edited by PsychoCemia; July 4th, 2010 at 00:03.
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