The "Doctor" is Always In!

A movement for the people

Since coming into production in 1982, the ETA caliber 2824-2 has been one of the most well-known movements in the watch industry. But what exactly is it? The movement is considered to be a workhorse with a 38-hour power reserve. The movement is in watch brands big and small. Because of its power, it’s at least partly responsible for the incredible growth of microbands in the last few years. ETA is.. Read More

What’s old is new again? Here are some reissued watches.

How many things in your house are so old they’re back in style? Those aviator sunglasses like the Watch Doctor still wears are so old they’ve come back in style. We see it in clothes as well as music when classic records come back in style, possibly helped by a viral TikTok that catapults Fleetwood Mac back to the top of the charts. In many aspects of life, what’s old.. Read More

Here are some Vintage Omega Seamaster divers watches

Launched in 1948 to coincide with its 100th anniversary, the Omega Seamaster line is the oldest in the current collection. Loosely based on the waterproof wristwatches made for the British military at the end of World War II, the Seamaster was first intended as a robust yet elegant watch for active individuals who wanted a watch for “town, sea and country.” The first watches were equipped with self-winding movements in.. Read More

Why is there a shortage of Rolex Watches?

If you’ve read the headlines this year, there seems to be a shortage of everything from chicken wings to lumber. Most of those shortages have to do with disruptions in the supply chain that keep our goods on the shelves and available and not constantly on back order. With Rolex, it is definitely good for business that it is at the top of the watch food chain. So, any sort.. Read More