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Forgotten Watch Brands

We all know the major watch brands. You have Rolex and Omega, as well as high-end luxury brands. However, do you remember some of these watch brands from years gone by? Bulova Bulova was founded and incorporated as the J. Bulova Company in 1875 by Joseph Bulova. In 1912, Joseph Bulova launched his first plant dedicated entirely to the production of watches. Manufacturing watches at their factory in Switzerland, he began a standardized mass.. Read More

How to find the age of your Rolex

Where d you find a Rolex’s serial number? Every genuine Rolex has a unique serial number. It will be in one of two places, depending when it was made. Before 2005, it was between the lugs of the 6 o’clock side. From 2005 onward, it was on the inner bezel (dial rehaut) If your watch was made before 2005, you’ll find its serial number engraved on the case between the lugs.. Read More

The differences between an automatic and kinetic watch

The Kinetic watch movement was created by Seiko back in 1986. In many ways, it is similar to an automatic watch. A kinetic watch works through movement. The swinging or moving of your arm moves an oscillating weight within the watch. This turns a number of gears which then produce electricity in a small generator. The generator then charges the capacitor. The big difference to an automatic watch is that.. Read More