I finished a full restoration on a Sicura Sub
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    I finished a full restoration on a Sicura Sub

    Here are a few pictures of it. Happy with how it turned out.
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    Re: I finished a full restoration on a Sicura Sub

    Very nice...looking great.

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    Re: I finished a full restoration on a Sicura Sub

    Nice watch - but very much in the style of the ol' pin levers! The "200" on dial and back suggests water proofing to 200m without the watch really having it. The standard marketing ploy of the affordable watch makers. Oh well, I presume that it at least has its 23 jewels?!

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    Re: I finished a full restoration on a Sicura Sub

    Quote Originally Posted by Hartmut Richter View Post
    Nice watch - but very much in the style of the ol' pin levers! The "200" on dial and back suggests water proofing to 200m without the watch really having it. The standard marketing ploy of the affordable watch makers. Oh well, I presume that it at least has its 23 jewels?!

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    I cant change that LOL but, that is how they but them. I doubt anyone will ever use it for the intended purpose. I have a Sea Dweller and it goes 4000ft and it will never "sea" water...lol
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    Re: I finished a full restoration on a Sicura Sub

    Hello,

    Beautiful watch bud, I am converted to the Sicura brand, going to buy a few.

    Cheers

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    Looks great, awesome job!

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    Re: I finished a full restoration on a Sicura Sub

    Quote Originally Posted by Literustyfan View Post
    Looks great, awesome job!

    I can't lay off of the black dial watches myself!
    Agreed, I just bought a Rolex Sea Dweller Z series and it is stunning. Also have another Sicura coming up thats pretty rare with black dial
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    Re: I finished a full restoration on a Sicura Sub

    Quote Originally Posted by indpowr View Post
    Here are a few pictures of it. Happy with how it turned out.
    Looks like i have the same watch that i got off the bay uk for £63.
    Can you tell me a bit about it?

    It is definitely a hand winder rather than an automatic?
    What was the original 18mm strap that came with it.

    Does the bezel click?
    Mine doesnt :(

    I do like the domed crystal on mine :)Name:  20150309_225604.jpg
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