Newsletter : $155 only: Seiko Diver’s Automatic SNZF17J1 Japan made watch with Free Worldwide Shipping!

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$155 only while stocks last!

This week we have on promotion a classic, beautiful, sturdy and high quality automatic diver watch from Seiko. It is the Seiko Automatic Diver’s Japan Made SNZF17J1.

Popularly known as the the “Sea Urchin” amongst the watch enthuisiast community, it is a perpetually best-seller watch. And for good reason – this 23-jewel, mechanical marvel from Seiko runs on a traditionally-built mechanical, automatic movement, much like in the most expensive, commercially produced mechanical watches from all over the world. It is built to last and the looks don’t disappoint either. Housed in a staintless steel body with the solid stainless steel strap it is a hefty piece on the wrist, but at the same time not too large or bulky. The bracelet can be easily changed to a 22mm leather or Nato strap. There are 2 version of this model – the cheaper version is the SNZF17K1 while this version – the SNZF17J1 is fully made in Japan.

And only for the next 4 days or while stocks last we have this fantastic watch at an astounding price of only US$ 155 with Free Woldwide Shipping (and free DHL Express 2-4 days shipping to most countries).

Get it here while stocks last: Seiko Automatic Diver’s Japan Made SNZF17J1 for $155 only!

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Orient Galant: A concise read for the unspecific and the uninformed

As soon as the Galant collection peeped up on the Creation Watches pages, questions poured in; far many more than I can possibly answer within the next few days. The Watch Gonzo sleeps watches, all right, but he also must eat, drink, shit, shave and shampoo. Can’t sacrifice the basic needs of life and he also needs some time out riding on his stallion (currently running on its 43rd year, a magnificent piece of machinery that was built in England many moons back) and feel the wind in his hair. The stallion needs a royal treatment and I must also take out the time for it. So I’ll try to answer the queries all at once and hopefully, you all shall get your answers. If you don’t, that’s not Gonzo’s fault. For additional queries to be answered, you got to wait for a bit more.

That’s not to say your queries exhaust me; by no means, never. In fact, I find them intriguing enough to continue my quest (c’mon, being Gonzo is different from being Mr. Know-it-all) but right now, I’m overloaded and beg to clear things off at one shot. I’ll try to keep it as interesting and vigorous as possible but can’t vouch for any unexpected pleasure. But certainly, an entertaining perspective is not something that’s impossible.

All right; now to business!

Let me mention it here that the Orient Galant has been the first choice for many who sought a tank-styled watch but were reluctant to go for the Cartier. Definitely, it’s the price point and then, you can’t use such a costly item with a free mind and on a regular basis.

This is certainly one of the reasons quite a few real Tank owners went for the Orient Galant; the rest went simply because they liked the shape at a lesser price point. Needless saying a large chunk among them admired the early 20th century Art Deco (stylized forms and geometric designs) style; the rest just found it attractive.

However, the slight difference you’ll notice is it is tad larger in width than the real Tank. But in a very manageable way, though; the Galant looks great even on wrists less than 6-inches around. It’s meant for those with willowy frames but its sternly masculine disposition makes a creative environment evolve around its wearer. But if by any chance you got girlywrists, stay away from the Galant; it’s not meant for you! For everything else, the Galant would do real nice.

Just like any other Orient, the Galant is all about value and quality, next only to the Symphony. It runs on Orient’s in-house calibre 46B40, a 21 jewel automatic movement with a hacking feature; a date complication, 24-hour display and a day-indicating sub-dial. With all that, I can’t really fuss about its +15 seconds of daily fluctuation!

Watch(es) mentioned in this post are listed below.  Click to see details and buy them:

I. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/orient-automatic-288/orient-automatic-galant-collection-fetac002b-mens-watch-6649.html

II. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/orient-automatic-288/orient-automatic-galant-collection-fetac002w-mens-watch-6650.html

III. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/orient-automatic-288/orient-automatic-galant-collection-fetac004b-mens-watch-6655.html

IV. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/orient-automatic-288/orient-automatic-galant-collection-fetac005w-mens-watch-6653.html

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Ask Gonzo ’bout Watches (XXII)

Note from Santo: There goes Gonzo, again! It’s been long he didn’t get a chance to chew the heads of the questioners, far less to satisfaction; so when the query arrived, he was unstoppable and went whole hog on it! Sorry folks, thought about sharing few more facts on Bulova today, but as you know this madcap, he didn’t only spare me a chance! Maybe tomorrow, or the day after; that is, if Gonzo finally allows. But certainly, within this week and that’s for sure.

Q. Dear Watch Gonzo,

Don’t know which part of the world you are, so please fill in appropriately. According to my time, it should be “Good Evening”. I shall put forth my question, but here’s a little bit on my background first.

I’m just out of high school and trying to get an admission in a reputed college to study either Oceanology or Marine Biology and want to change my Casio Youth Series Digital World Time for something better – let’s say worthwhile; something that can accompany me into my professional life. Not saying I want to leave my last three year’s companion bereft; it still runs fine and despite a myriad abuses it faced during the volleyball matches, it’s almost scratchless and certainly unshaken. It would be nothing better than betraying a long-time friend.

Please don’t ask me to go for something giga-pricey as the Omega Seamaster; even if I could afford, I would probably wear it to a party where wine flows in excess and not amidst an ocean of brine and rocks.

I trawled through quite a few many forums and asked people around but since I consider you to be speaking the last word in affordable choices, so here I am, with my query upfront.

A. Dear Mr. Future Oceanology Expert,

You certainly don’t want me to differentiate between a rose and a noose, do you? You haven’t yet reached the age to wear an Omega Seamaster, neither a Rolex Yachtmaster. Let another couple of decades pass and Gonzo won’t pose any bar on you owning either of the two, or both. Yours fall within the tranche of queries that portray an asker as a naive young man, trying too hard to fake modesty. The Gonzo shall never ask you to go for the one you mentioned; his choices are always practical and always match the age of the wearer. And affordable too; not something that will bother your rather slim wallet. Don’t take it as an offence, though; at your age, we all had so.

IMHO, nothing quite beats the Jap masters of horology in this regard. You got three choices: Citizen, Casio and of course, the SEIKO. Now, don’t expect me to spoon-feed you on their pros and cons (Really? Are there any cons at all?); read up a bit on their details and jump for the one that suits your budget the most. But wait, I haven’t yet spoken about the Prospex. I guess those are the ones you are specifically looking for and among the lot, the SBCZ023 JDM (pictured above).

Watch(es) mentioned in this post are listed below.  Click to see details and buy them:

i. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/search/results.html?search_in_description=1&keyword=Citizen+Promaster+Aqualand+Eco-Drive+Diver%27s

ii. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/seiko-divers-60/

iii. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/seiko-prospex-299/

 

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Bulova: The hidden tales

Among the widespread Bulova stories, it’s their 1951 partnership with NASA and Air Force One that most of us are aware of, but the Bulova Corporation is more than that! Those who think it’s just some starter company (with respect to the horology field) are advised to think over again; the brand has a rich history which you may call extremely interesting at the least!

Let’s go back a hundred and forty years. 1875 and a 23-year-old Czech immigrant (from Bohemia) opened up a jewellery store in the lower part of Manhattan. The immigrant, Joseph Bulova, named the store under his own name and it didn’t take long for his rise to fame. Quality and artistry in a perfect blend with innovation and technique; recognition came to Joseph Bulova flying at a fast pace within almost no time.

The year 1911 is not only famous for John Moses Browning’s design coming into production; for those who are clueless on what it is, it was the standard-issue sidearm for the US Armed Forces (1911 – 1986); it was also when the late Mr. Bulova started designing and producing clocks and pocket watches.  America was taken aback and the demand for Bulova timepieces spread far and wide, to cope up with which, Bulova’s first production plant was established in Bienne (Switzerland). Every component of the watches were manufactured here, not just the jewelled movements, which were mass produced on the assembly line. Bulova brought standardization into the industry and as time passed, pocket watches gave way to wristwatches but without compromising the staunch outlook towards maintenance of the standards. It changed only for better with time.

Eight years later, in 1919, Bulova introduced jewelled wristwatches for men and the following year, the Bulova Observatory came up. 580 Fifth Avenue; that was at the top of the skyscraper. Mathematicians were employed to set the standard of timekeeping in the Bulova Observatory henceforth and the data was used by the Setting and Timing unit for setting time on every Bulova timepiece. Needless saying, it brought precision to the max! Little do people know about the 1928 Bulova Clock Radio; the first ever!  Three years later, electric clocks – also the first of its kind – added another plume to the Bulova hat. These found extensive usage in the railways and ten years later to that, the first Bulova TV commercial – also the first in the world – came about.

Today, Bulova is mostly known for their Accutron technology (the first, fully-electronic watch), which was, initially, only for NASA’s Vanguard-1 satellite (1958) but did you know the first shuttle to land on the Moon had all its time-keeping devices built by Bulova? That same technology powers the Bulova Accutron watches, till today but now it is many grades higher. Would love to continue (and we will), but some other time.

Watch(es) mentioned in this post are listed below.  Click to see details and buy them:

http://www.creationwatches.com/products/bulova-watches-271/?currency=USD

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SOLAR or KINETIC? – Gonzo’s take on Seiko’s quartz prowess

The recent ramblings in this blog on Seiko’s solar-powered movements triggered this thought. All know that nothing appeals to Gonzo more than finely tuned mechanical hand-winds and autos, but well, when did a hunchback claim he doesn’t want to lie prostrate and enjoy a beautiful dream? Calling a spade a spade is essential and that way, even the Gonzo can’t deny the simple truth. For a while, I’ll stop romanticizing mechanical wonders and look elsewhere and I see nothing more worthy than the solar and kinetic movements to be mentioned here.

Note: I know there are digital ones and some of them are commendable enough to receive a nod of appreciation; however, that we’ll keep for some other time. We are talking about strictly analog forms here.

For a moment, let’s think your wrist is naked and you need just one watch to don (or adorn; it depends to the degree you are inclined towards it). You are no aficionado to the world of high-end horology; so what should ideally be your choice?

Surely you’ll want something that’s fun, functional and of course, fabulous. Now, the last term can be interpreted in a myriad ways; however, for the sake of convenience, let’s keep it to the extent that you’ll be proud to wear it. That’s fabulous at its basic sense and it covers all the points that a casual watch wearer might have in his mind; the most important one being it goes up max to $500 and shall keep working perfectly, without any service and maintenance, for at least a decade and a half. In a word, it should offer the value; at least, twice its price. Only then, you may call it a true beater watch!

The solar definitely fits these criteria; next, it’s the kinetic. Natural, that is, from the light to the movements and you are free from running costs. Better save up the money for changing batteries and maintenance to buy a mechanical later. Just remember not to keep either in your cupboard or closet for too long during the few initial days and you will be fine!

We already have tons written upon the solar, so let’s focus on the Kinetic. This is exclusively a Seiko creation; there’s no other brand making another one of these. It works the way a mechanical (again!) does; a large rotor spins and turns a tiny electric generator within the movement, which creates electrical charges and stores them in inbuilt storage units. So basically, both work on the same principle; only the way they generate the charges are different.

Those thinking about the nightmarish issues that came with the earlier Kinetics, stay calm; modern kinetics are all about solid performance. Just take care that you don’t drain the charge completely and the Kinetic is gonna be your simplest solution towards owning an inexpensive and accurate, grab-n-go rugged timepiece!

Watch(es) mentioned in this post are listed below.  Click to see details and buy them:

  1. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/seiko-kinetic-68/
  2. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/seiko-solar-273/

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A close encounter of the SOLAR kind

Seiko Solar watches are not a recent thing. It’s been almost 40 years that they are around. Starting in 1977, they are older than the Citizen Eco-Drive. It didn’t take them long to catch the attention of serious watch lovers and within a short time, Seiko brought out a full range and entered the world market. These were more higher-end than the introductory models (like this one or say, this)and how much ever predominant Citizen’s Eco-Drive models are, the Solar-powered Seiko-s hold their own stance being less expensive and sturdier. No gimmickry (read: fancy naming) here; Seiko Solar watches do just that much what they claim. Nothing more, nothing less; it’s the same concept of transforming light energy into electrical energy through photovoltaic cells and storing it into little ESU-s or electrical storage units.

Normally, these movements are for a lifetime! Sturdy and simple (provided it’s just time-telling and no other functions), they are designed to run on a tiny amount of power, which makes the Seiko Solar watches run for many months at a stretch once the ESU-s are fully charged. That’s a matter of a few hours or a few days; depends on how you are dividing the 18 or 20 hours of charging time; or, on the intensity of the light under which you are charging the cells. Sun light is the best and requires only around four to five hours to fill up the cells completely; with incandescent lights, charging time may stretch up to longer than 15 hours.

Unlike Citizen’s semi-transparent dials in the older Eco-Drive watches, the recent Seiko Solar watches use dials that do not even come closer to their traditional designs. Besides, they are entirely opaque (to the human eye) and allow a larger extent of design possibilities. As a result, Seiko is now concentrating more on their Solar watches and slowly retracting their battery-powered quartz collections from the market.

Seiko Solar watches range from the ultimate dressy styles to watches with highly complicated functions, targeted towards the niche crowd. This shows their future to be a bright one and also more exciting than before. Not just in the sporty or the dive categories; the chief difference shall remain under the dial. That’s to say, the movements; Seiko has introduced a large number of calibres and they both work and look cool.

Now, you may ask very rightfully: “Doesn’t so many of them going to get the consumers confused?” Or, in a more simplified manner: “How do we know which one is going to be the best?” Let’s answer it for once and for all: Focus on what functions and features you want rather than the technicalities behind the movement. They are all from the house of Seiko, so stay rest assured they all excel in terms of practicality, lifespan and usefulness.

Watch(es) mentioned in this post are listed below.  Click to see details and buy them:

  1. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/seiko-japan-82/seiko-astron-high-intensity-titanium-sbxa003-sast003-3978.html
  2. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/seiko-chronograph-watches-63/seiko-pilots-solar-alarm-chronograph-flightmaster-ssc009p1-ssc009-ssc009p-mens-watch-2898.html
  3. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/seiko-chronograph-watches-63/seiko-solar-chronograph-divers-ssc017p1-ssc017p-ssc017-mens-watch-3206.html

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Dating the Seiko

To those who already raised their eyebrows:

I’m certainly not talking about some fetish or that way, about any kind of perversion; nor about turning into an iconoclast. What shall follow is how to find out the birth details of the Seiko you just bought. It applies to the vintage Seiko-s as much as the most recent of releases; from the venerable Seiko 5 to the elegant and sombre Grand Seiko. And to everything that are in between.

Why I embarked upon this particular topic is so far, I’ve received multiple questions from buyers who asked how to find out how old their respective Seiko-s are; to be more precise – What’s it manufacturing date? So I thought of answering them once and for all. Let’s see how the production date of a Seiko can be detected.

Actually, it’s very simple. Follow the set of numbers that come with every Seiko, etched/printed at the back. This also reveals the history or significance of that particular Seiko watch. Thus, you gain the knowledge and also, the power to choose and bargain, in its real sense, especially when you are buying a Seiko from the new, old stocks or models that have been discontinued. These, ideally should come at a lower price than what they were made available first; knowing the significance of the numbers at the backside shall help you obtain the item at a more reasonable and realistic price.

A Seiko with a solid case-back shall bear the 6-digit number etched in a straight line; for a transparent case-back (e.g. the modern Seiko 5), it shall remain printed horizontally, on the glass display. These types are easier to miss, so you need a pair of keen eyes. A higher end Seiko (e.g. 6R15 calibre Premier) shall have it on the rim of the case-back. However, in case of the mid-to-late 1960s Seiko-s, the serials are 7 digits long. For Limited Edition models, there remains a unique, numbering sequence; to be more precise, set of three numbers each, separated with an oblique. If it’s 040/100, it denotes, it’s the 40th piece from a total of 300 pieces manufactured.

However, let’s concentrate on the 6-digit serials, for they are the most abundant ones. Deciphering is as follows:

1. The first digit (0-9): Denotes the year of manufacture; not the decade. So, 1 could be either 1991 or 2001 or 2011.

2. The second digit (1 – 9): Denotes the month of production i.e. from January to September. Huh? What about the remaining three months, then? Well, October bears the number 0 (zero), while for November and December, it’s N and D, respectively.

3. The remaining digits: These represent the sequential production number. The first watch in the production line shall always have 0000 while the last one rolling out shall be 9999. Seiko makes up to 10,000 watches for particular models a month; once that limit is reached, the number is reset to 0000 again for the next month.

So there you are! Whichever calibre or whichever model you choose, match the serial number to find out the production details.

Watch(es) mentioned in this post are listed below.  Click to see details and buy them:

  1. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/seiko-japan-82/seiko-automatic-presage-23-jewels-sarx015-4496.html
  2. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/seiko-prospex-299/seiko-prospex-automatic-limited-edition-srp577k1-srp577k-mens-watch-5392.html
  3. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/seiko-japan-82/seiko-automatic-alpinist-watch-sarb017-1850.html

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The Swiss/Jap conflict continues…

Everyone wants a watch that works. A moderately large number of users know how they work; few like to know how they work. The majority goes walking the plank vastly uninformed. Now, no one says it’s a norm of watch-wearing to know the details of the mechanism inside; however, a personal preference is knowing about what’s going on inside and how it is rated in the long run. That’s quite helpful towards a wise selection. A good-looking (and just good-looking) timepiece does not make everything in watch-craft. Just like luxury alone doesn’t make a good car. The engine matters and also where that engine was made.

Several countries specialize in making watch movements. Switzerland and Japan comes first, then Germany, England and France … also US! Traditional routes always lead to the Swiss path; a standard for quality, for mechanical movements. Now the Swiss are also catching up with quartz and Japs with the Swiss…to some extent, Japan beats Swiss in certain aspects. However, due to scarcity of space and time, we shall confine the discussion between Swiss and Jap movements. The rest shall be covered at some other time.

One magnum exemplum of Jap superiority is the movements from Orient. Sure, Japan also makes Miyota and it is much closer (in terms of popularity) to the Swiss ETA than any of Orient’s. We’ll pull it into the discussion but all in good time.

ETA is from the Swatch Group and is found in almost all luxury watches capable of breaking your bank. Few watch companies now produce their own movements, so ETA is their saviour. Breitling or Omega, Tag Heuer or IWC – many of these popular and pricey products got ETA running inside. But Orient, nowhere near their price horizons, showcases own movements. But the astonishing part is: School of Horology found Orient Caliber 46943 (the most popular Orient movement) a worthy competitor to the ETA 2892.a2, which is the most popular among ETA movements.

Upon comparison, Orient was found to possess a greater capability to wind; it requires less movement and its efficiency is due to its straightforward design. Less frill, use of fewer parts…well, that’s the secret behind Orient’s higher powers.

But Orient also makes more expensive movements with higher levels of complexity; perhaps we should compare one of them to the ETA. No worries, but some parts just don’t change, which are the in-house production, hand assembling, exclusive only for the brand and highly efficient!

Comparing the Orient to Miyota, well, you can put the same stigma the ETA alike; they too found way into too many watches. That includes Citizen and Invicta, brands with impeccable standards for durability and accuracy. Its 8215 movement holds the same platform as the other two, but with a flaw. It is use and throw, kind of; due to its single main bridge construction. With Orient, there are two, which says: Miyota is as good as long as it lasts! It is non-serviceable, most of the times. With Orient, they are serviceable even after it passes on as an heirloom.

Watch(es) mentioned in this post are listed below.  Click to see details and buy them:

  1. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/orient-watches-252/
  2. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/hamilton-watches-250/

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Newsletter : Seiko SKX007J 200m Diver Japan Made Watch on Sale : US $199 only with Free Worldwide Shipping!

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  Seiko SKX007J watch on sale

This week we have on sale our no.2 bestselling watch of all time. The classic Seiko Diver’s 200m Japan Made SKX007J is available only for $199 for the next 3 days! And with Free Worldwide Shipping and free DHL Express 2-4 day Shipping to most countries as always!

The SKX007J is probably one of the best value for money diver watches out there (perhaps a worthy contender will be the black/orange monster watch). Properly cared for it will be with you for decades and you can even pass it on to your next generation – yes it is that well made. The reliable 7S26 movement guarantees excellent time-keeping and easy serviceability.

Get it here at this price only for the next 3 days:Seiko Automatic Diver’s SKX007J1 200m Made in Japan Watch

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Diesel MEGA CHIEF: Purely ‘bout Partying

Admit or not, a purchase – in the long run – is actually worth the amount it matters to the owner. Watches, too, should matter the same way; but how?

Simple!

It’s proportional to the amount of time, effort and energy you have spent finding it out. Not like running from one seller to another or just quickly browsing the looks and click the one you like the most; it’s the amount of research and also the money you saved up to get that one. Then it’s surely going to be a watch that you’ll be proud to show around and be asked about. The Gonzo is no one here to tell you the watch that should matter to you.

Gonzo is still remembered for his once infuriated response on fashion watch brands (later, he softened down to majority) being “…absolute craps if on the wrist of anyone post-29”; to which, the rest of the team disagreed. In fact, that was when we got our first Diesel shipments – quite a few moons back. We forgave Gonzo when this new lot arrived. True, he had rights to say so looking at what arrived earlier.

The question is: Should one of these Mega Chief chronos matter to Gonzo?

The answer was a pleasant one and Gonzo – like I told you guys many times – is slippery. Hear it from him – “If you mean while in college, yes …now, I guess not.” He reasoned: “…I need not save up a month’s pocket money for it now. But I want one as a light, evening-fun wear, when you do not want your precious belongings to hold you back.”

IMHO, there are at least a ton of reasons for the Mega Chief watches to matter. Firstly, Diesel watches have already earned a bit of name for being anything but typical, which – again, we must admit – has taken watch-wearing new levels of urban fashion.  Diesel is famous for creating subtle ways (even in their rugged, burly watches) to express individuality; the Mega Chief does it too well. So well that it sometimes shall force you to stare at it a little longer!

They are precisely in the range that majority of first-time watch buyers are comfortable with. At the most, it will take a couple months of saving to get one and you may as well wear it without terrifying yourself about knocking it down. Both are versatile in design and actually, you can get both: The Blue Dial one to wear to the ball and the boardroom and the Black Dial to the bowling alley! You don’t need to continually glance at and make sure you didn’t scratch your precious pieces. Staying focused is a virtue at all three places. And everywhere, if your life itself is a whole, BIG party!

Watch(es) mentioned in this post are listed below.  Click to see details and buy them:

i. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/diesel-watches-348/diesel-mega-chief-chronograph-blue-dial-100m-dz4329-mens-watch-6523.html

ii. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/diesel-watches-348/diesel-mega-chief-chronograph-black-dial-100m-dz4291-mens-watch-6522.html

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Talking about the ‘BEST’!

Many of the knowledgeable folks I see around have mastered the intricacies of the watches in a relatively short time. Thanks to all the mall watch stores; you have such wonderful employees working for you. They make movements go so largely and wonderfully over the buyer’s head; or, they just ignore it altogether and draw a buyer’s attention only to the levels of aesthetics that come by. So these knowledgeable folks often boast about how Swiss they are compared to me the poor Jap-wearing chap and some of them even claimed to be wearing the best movements in the world. I don’t blame them; that’s what they had been told by the salesmen.

Growing weary of such one person’s repeated claims, I asked once if he could cite another movement/watch that comes close, if not equal. “Best has no equals” – sure that was witty, but foolish. The next part – “Why don’t you tell me?”- was plain hilarious. Obviously, a watch to this person is only the decoration it comes with, nothing more. Technicalities don’t even come near to a light-year’s reach to him and technical knowledge comes with experience and time. Sadly, I’m not going to make that long and even if I could, I wouldn’t go on telling him why I hold the Seiko Automatic Presage in higher regards than the Raymond Weil he spent a ton upon.

But, the challenge could be a better one. Say, like what to look for in a watch-movement? It’s pretty vague too but any time better than ramming down an opinion based on wispier facts. For, to choose a movement, you must know what you value in it, which I think, is hard for the fellow to comprehend. Gold and diamonds are not exactly what we understand as values in the watch-world. Neither jewels, but they are vital components that add value to a watch movement when used as and when required, in right numbers.

Why I claim the proposed question better is at least you get a lane for the conversation to proceed. For example, you may answer accuracy, or complication, or decoration or just all of them into one.  It could be durability, shock-resistance – but then again, we are moving to the technical side of it, which I guess, is beyond comprehension of the inquirer; more so, for movements do not stop at mechanical but stretch to high-precision quartz, kinetic and meca-quartz (the kind that uses electrical power to run a completely mechanical setup inside). Else, he could pick the points one by one, lay down the movements side by side and run a comparison but then it would require watchmaking and engineering knowledge up to a serious level!

Watch(es) mentioned in this post are listed below.  Click to see details and buy them:

1. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/seiko-japan-82/seiko-automatic-presage-29-jewels-sarw011-4567.htm

2. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/seiko-japan-82/seiko-automatic-presage-sarx027-mens-watch-6073.html

3. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/seiko-japan-82/seiko-presage-automatic-power-reserve-sard007-mens-watch-6072.html

4. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/seiko-japan-82/seiko-presage-automatic-power-reserve-31-jewels-sard009-mens-watch-6390.html

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Too touched by the T-Touch: Experts on the crawl

 

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While not particularly a fan of ana/digi watches, there are some you can’t really stay cold towards. That’s to say, the Tissot T-Touch didn’t make a lot of us jump with expectation; perhaps Tissot sensed that and the T-Touch Expert became a well-placed slam. One has to admit it’s one of those that make quartz watches cool; the rest we will talk about some other day. This one is less expensive given its built and overall quality and light years away from inferior, economy watches selling under (supposedly) big names. You may very well call it an ontogeny of a new fascination.

Certainly, one must not expect the level of time that Tissot spends for mechanical watch creation but the dedication stays the same towards the finish, as a whole and also for the components. In short, it leaves no ground for narrow thinking, but that’s not what you want to hear, for now. So, let’s go a little ahead.

By this time, you must have had cleared your dilemmas and quandaries on whether quartz-cuddling is going to dent your immense amount of pride you have as being a mechanical person. The lesson here is: Wear a mechanical watch when you (and those around you) take time to appreciate it, with a smile. Quartz, a different beast altogether, is for the times you are going through thick and thin. You appreciate it after an ordeal is over. Unless a mechanical is specifically made to withstand high degrees of abuse, they generally croak. So does quartz; however, comparatively lesser. So, no worries with a quartz watch, more so, if built with a specific purpose in mind.

However, at the back of the mind, there’s a feeling going around and it says meetings and parties are no more the monopoly of mechanicals. This one shall be as comfortable here as much as in the garage, in your yard and even in the hard wilderness. True, even some mechanicals can do as much, but probably at a price way higher than the T-Touch Expert. You may sure afford to buy one, but can you afford to subject a mechanical masterpiece to abuses (and a possible destruction?)? With the Tissot T-Touch Expert, it’s hardly a problem. Near-indestructible, it is the best quartz for the one-watch guys. For others, it’s sure to be one of the best quartzes in their arsenal.

What Santo says:

Ok, now some useful info. The T-Touch Expert is the 4th release of Tissot’s T-Touch line-up and is a well-rounded watch indeed! Bigger than previous T-Touch-es, it comes more refined this time. There’s an upgraded case and face (carbon fiber), the LCD screen is a larger and got some extra functionality. Operations are also smoother than before and also pretty much more manly looking.

So the lume has to be bright! And sharp. The T-Expert’s hands and markers are richly covered with this very bright lume-material, while the LCD screen has a red backlight behind. The compass on the bi-directional watch bezel is a handy tool for navigation.

Other things you can do are:

  1. METEO: Barometer and weather tracking
  2. ALTIMETER: Altitude and travelling rate (up and down).
  3. THERMO: Ambient temperature (off the wrist).
  4. CHRONO: Stopwatch/24-hour countdown timer
  5. ALARM

This complex and wonderful gadget is for the boy who would like to be the envy of the school yard or for a man who wants to go giddy at functionalities. Weekend or weekday, it goes for both!

Watch(es) mentioned in this post are listed below.  Click to see details and buy them:

http://www.creationwatches.com/products/tissot-t-touch-183/tissot-t-touch-expert-analog-digital-t013-420-11-057-00-mens-watch-6517.html?currency=USD

 

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Diesel Mini Daddy: Funky times are here

The watch is definitely the first among all the jewellery allotted to men; apart from the tie-pin and the signet/wedding ring, the watch gives out your social and financial stance and also adds to your wardrobe the required spin. It could be classy, trendy or both but not every watch can dish out these traits proportionally. The Diesel Mini Daddy, thankfully, does. But beware, despite being a great way to promote the corporate, the weekend or the evening look, the Mini Daddy brings a huge change to the way you look and is a great way to give your classic watches their much required rest. Or, take it as the Mini Daddy to provide you with the time of your life when you are bored with everything else!

While some of the modern-looking watches stray from convention vastly, the Mini Daddy doesn’t, despite its other time-telling disk and a separate time-telling dial. It’s a walk on the wild side; if you have been looking for something unconventional yet striking but not digital, the Mini Daddy is surely a winner! The dual time feature helps you keep track of a client in another city or country, to find out which, you only need to take a glance, contrary pushing buttons and undergoing a somewhat lengthy process.

The Mini Daddy timepieces got a more casual appearance but without going overboard; this is the kind of watch any power dresser shall prefer. Being downright inexpensive, you can get several of them to match the occasion you are wearing for. For example, the DZ7307 and the DZ7305 – you can wear them freely with your business suits while the DZ7263 ensures a shiny presence during your weekend parties. But then again, if you know how to match it up, even this one can pass as your regular work wear.

That makes one thing evident – the Mini Daddy watches from Diesel are versatile! From the perfectly round shape and a sharp style to their modern, minimalist appeal, the Mini Daddy goes with everything from business casuals to flat-front pants and happening sports jackets. Dressing up for the modern times but without shunning the conservative looks, the Mini Daddy watches blend class with coolness and brings about the most perfect dressing solutions.

However, there are some Mini Daddy models that got more popular than the rest and that’s for the leather they come with. These intensify more the dose of diversity and kick your hide to get you started on the new fashion highway. Leather has always been the mainstay of the fashion world; Diesel, essentially a fashion brand, understands it more. A leather watchstrap provides a hot look – especially when wide – and Diesel latched on to the idea. The outcome? Watches like the DZ7317 and the DZ7309; made to bring the zing back to an otherwise daily, mundane life.

Watch(es) mentioned in this post are listed below.  Click to see details and buy them:

1. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/diesel-watches-348/diesel-mini-daddy-dual-time-dz7317-mens-watch-6531.html

2. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/diesel-watches-348/diesel-mini-daddy-dual-time-dz7309-mens-watch-6530.html\

3. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/diesel-watches-348/diesel-mini-daddy-dual-time-dz7307-mens-watch-6528.html

4. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/diesel-watches-348/diesel-mini-daddy-dual-time-dz7305-mens-watch-6527.html

5. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/diesel-watches-348/diesel-sba-chronograph-dual-time-zone-dz7263-mens-watch-6525.html

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Newsletter : $199 Only – Seiko Kinetic Certified 200m Diver watch on sale with Free Worldwide Shipping!

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The SKA371P1 is a certified diver’s watch that’s robust and strong and run by Seiko Kinetic movement (i.e. it is powered by the movement of your hand with a 6 month power reserve). Chunky, stainless steel case and a black rotating bezel around a black dial that wraps around with a steel bracelet. Kind of an all time wear – from the office to the field or ocean. And the kinetic movement feels smooth and keeps an excellent time.

This watch just oozes quality and properly cared for will be with you for a very long time.

Get it here at this super-low price only till Sunday: Seiko Kinetic Diver’s 200m SKA371P1 : Only US$ 199

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Fossil Aeroflite: The casual-styled Flieger

Looks, alone, has been the defining criteria in my watch purchases maybe for a couple of times; surprisingly, both have been Fossil-s. Whether that puts me in the league of serious watch collectors or not is seriously not my concern; there are places to wear a Tissot or a Hamilton and there are places where you can wear a Fossil. If you are wearing the latter at a black tie event you are a knob; if you are wearing it for the corporate dinner, you are smart – though the Aeroflite being discussed here is suitable for neither. So, question remains, what did I buy it for?

Well, there has to be an exception to every rule. My weaknesses are busy dials and complex functions, but sometimes, you just want to leave everything behind and want to feel light and free. This Aeroflite I find just appropriate for such times; out on the Saturday morning buying the following weeks supplies and then a beer on the way back home; well, the light and breezy, flieger-styled Aeroflite is a lot of relief on those days.

The biggest plus-point about the Aeroflite is you don’t see too many like it today. It’s simple, yet impeccably finished; its leather band giving out a rich, thick impression. Despite its entry level appearance, it is a strikingly attractive watch and the aviator style is a big twist to what would otherwise be a plain Jane equivalent. But the looks come without a huge price tag.

The movement is a Miyota 2415, a solid and reliable Citizen engine but not an exotic one. Don’t expect a very high-end quartz movement with a Fossil, but they keep time just as good. It’s rugged, so runs without any issues.

Speaking of overall quality, there’s a reasonably nice heft to it, enough to know that it’s there where it’s supposed to be. Add to it the thickness of the leather band and suddenly, the plain faced watch turns into an excellent piece that’s – if not anything – attractive!

Any fan of Fleiger-styled watches shall find the Fossil Aeroflite a suitable, nice and inexpensive alternative – should we say a more practical and affordable variant – to their more expensive Hamilton or Seiko. It’s worth more than many of the goodlooking watches bought in the early eras of watch collecting and most probably, it will stay attractive for a longer duration unlike those impulse purchases. Unique, understated, easy to read and in a classic minimalist style, it will stand a lot of hustle and bustle. The nicely brushed finish does exactly the opposite of a high-shine polish and the slightly domed crystal indeed brings it a rich feel!

Considering one? Wear it in good health then!

Watch(es) mentioned in this post are listed below.  Click to see details and buy them:

http://www.creationwatches.com/products/fossil-mens-watches-328/fossil-aeroflite-100m-three-hand-date-tan-leather-am4554-mens-watch-5997.html

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Citizen Stealth BV1085-31E: The Art of Hiding in Style

Secret living is a much cherished thing. Even the Gonzo sometimes wants people not to see what he’s sporting; those are the times for what they call the Citizen Stealth. Speaking personally, it’s very good looking, a boldness not comparable to other usual luxury beaters. The minimal contrast is not for all to like, much less to carry.

But hey! There’s no spy-thriller or concept attached to it; if you are looking for something that interesting, Citizen got some even James Bond would like to strap on. Find them here. If you want a simple watch with carefully imparted unattractiveness (in general sense), then read on.

It’s a well built watch with a different kind of aesthetic detail and design concept. Very comfortable to wear, in the sense – good old black will always be comfortable. Black is eternal; there’s no NEW to it. Black getting NEW is like steel without its temper!

This Citizen Eco Drive Stealth fills your every need for black. Black dial, black hands – all it needs is a proper angle to view things clearly. You gotta find that out. That’s not everyone’s cuppa. However, it’s not for extreme low-light situations, the green lume is minimal. If you want things even darker, black hardware can be used. Black leather and black PVD steel for the eyelets and the buckle are changeable.

Let’s see the utility part. We spoke of the time-telling earlier, so leaving that, there’s day/date and 100m WR. The Eco-Drive movement is better this time, in every aspect. Together, it rarely requires or attracts any attention – so a perfect everyday timepiece.

Returning to the aesthetic side of it, the lack of a long, ticking seconds hand is a relief to the eyes. Few like us who want their seconds hand sweeping or no seconds hand at all shall rejoice at this easy settlement. The separate seconds dial make the ticking seconds hand less hitting to the eye and it also kind of gives out a mechanical feel. Great for mech users who are looking for inexpensive yet quality quartz that won’t remind them every time it’s something different on their respective wrists. The stealth thing also comes into play here and it comes for good.

Let’s summarise why the Citizen Stealth is a wise buy.

  • It rarely requires any attention regarding maintenance. Wipe it once every day and it will be sparkly good.
  • A bold design; borrows a thing or two from the military
  • Rugged yet refined, sporty; effortlessly stylish.
  • Stainless steel with black ion plating is a lasting bond.
  • Style and functionality are well balanced; never stares stark at your face or catches attention due to untimely glimmers.

Watch(es) mentioned in this post are listed below.  Click to see details and buy them:

1. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/citizen-eco-drive-53/citizen-eco-drive-canvas-strap-bv1085-31e-mens-watch-6506.html

2. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/citizen-navihawk-222/

 

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Orient 3 Stars – The Luxury Beaters

Few watches can actually start you getting passionate towards mechanicals. Many would remember buying an affordable automatic for usual use –at work and off it; while doing the daily watering of the plants or taking the dog out for a walk. You don’t expect anything out of them apart from them doing a good job. You are never conscious with it. It grows on you and you grow on it. It becomes 24/7 and then you get bored of its trouble-free existence. The Orient 3 Star is one like that.

This is when you get into rotating. You buy another mechanical. The 3 Star got a few different versions, so you can play around the main theme by just changing colours. Within shall beat the same in-house 469 – the 21-jewel Orient workhorse since 1970. It’s one of the most noted among entry-level movements for its high precision and large power-reserve. Its accuracy, consistency and quick self-winding capacity need no hand winding and hacking facilities; they have been found to run the same even 20 years later and without any servicing. The 3 Star uses 316L steel and holds up very well against scratches and moisture. You don’t have to keep it dry every time.

Speaking of visual designs – it looks quite vintage, yet dynamic and therefore, interesting. The material quality and the craftsmanship that went behind it are top notch. The dial is nicely lacquered; however, don’t expect lume though. They are just urban-grade quality automatic watches; not meant for dark, dingy crevices.

These moderately-sized (by today’s standards) 3 Star watches also double up as dress watches, depending on the band and the colour of the dial. It’s the very simple case design and its standard shape that gives it the charm; its relatively-short and thinner, drilled lugs bring a minimalist look. It stays away from creating distractions and together, lends an overall retro feel.

The crown is not overly elegant but grooved practically to provide a firm grip. A bit of an atypical shape, it’s fairly flat, wide and stepped. It’s also slightly larger than the usual sized crowns for this category of watches; it adds a somewhat sturdy feel.

The 3 Star wears very well, either as a work wear or with slightly dressier clothes. But then again, you got three different options available, so you can take a pick according to your need. Flashy, subdued and elegant, three flavours to choose from! If you are inclined towards plain formal, the all-steel Orient Automatic Three Star shall be a good choice; for elegant formals, it’s the gold-on-black Orient Three Star Automatic. But for formal occasions such as wedding and family get-togethers, nothing beats this all-gold Orient Automatic Three Star!

Watch(es) mentioned in this post are listed below.  Click to see details and buy them:

1. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/orient-automatic-288/orient-automatic-fes00001w-mens-watch-6496.html?zenid=pq3d5e8366ojj3kh0al7uhqih0

2. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/orient-automatic-288/orient-three-star-automatic-em7p004b-mens-watch-6493.html?zenid=pq3d5e8366ojj3kh0al7uhqih0

3. http://www.creationwatches.com/products/orient-automatic-288/orient-three-star-automatic-em7p004b-mens-watch-6493.html?zenid=pq3d5e8366ojj3kh0al7uhqih0

 

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Cheap is not always a beater

Coming down to the third (the previous two are here) and the final instalment of the beater watch, now, the price factor barges in. We know time is precious so bypassing the long, meandering route.

Cheap! That’s one of the most defining characteristics of a beater! Yet it survives Hell and returns to tell the story! True, if it wasn’t at a price you can easily do away with, you are not likely to put it through Hell. Or at least, dirty jobs. If it gives you second thoughts while strapping it on (crystal getting scratched, case dinged – maybe even a broken strap!) for your next fishing/trekking trip. A cheap watch doesn’t make you worry. You don’t feel bad when you leave it alone for weeks; mechanicals are a step back in this aspect.

Modern technology has expanded the life of batteries immensely and some quartz watches may actually make you forget when you went for a replacement last. That also kind of backfires and creates abrupt circumstances; it’s for them who are neat and systematic on the nitty-gritty of daily life. For the rest, solar power works wonders.

The solar watches got one thing in common; they are built nearly impervious to shock and damages. It might lose some of its aesthetic appeal (as with the NaviHawk) if the blow is hard enough, but not its sense of duty. With Casio G-Shock, you don’t need to worry even on that!

The solar quartz are often multifunctional than not. They are not as cheap as simple, analogue-faced quartz watches, but neither are the latter as durable and good-looking. It’s always a privilege if countdown timers, alarms and stopwatches are a part of your everyday life. From timing water-drinking intervals to setting alarms for your medicines and supplements and world time, the electronic beater watch is also sometimes a storeroom of personal, life saving info. Blood type and everything else you want your caregivers to know.

Even some of Casio’s early inexpensive digital watches had great features (compared to those times) to qualify as a beater watch. The Ana-Digi Sports Runner Lap Memory, for example; some of the sportsmen of the highest orders then had it adorning their wrists. It was a cult classic, but in a different way than today’s G-Shock, a hot favourite among the Japanese teenagers and Special Forces alike. Passion-following, so to say; however, people have also been mad enough to test and break G-Shocks to see how much their loved piece can withstand. It’s tough love, sort of.

The durability of G-Shock comes from a free floating movement inside the thick, urethane case, specially treated and made resistant to high levels of shocks and resulting damages. Designed for protection, large protruded structures guard the buttons while the deep sunk crystal almost never comes in contact with the hitting surface. The Casio G-Shock is universally loved for this incredible durability and all that also makes them look incredibly evil, if not ugly!

But the ugliness is also what makes this a true legend; ride-wet-and-hard watches that you can put away with the oil and mud still clinging on it. The Patek won’t do that; neither Rolex, or Lange! It’s the Jap giants and their torchbearer who dominate here! Gotta shock the little peaceful world around? Put on some G-Shock!

Watch(es) mentioned in this post are listed below.  Click to see details and buy them:

http://www.creationwatches.com/products/casio-watches-73/index-5.html

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It’s beater if you can’t grind it into dust

So where were we? Okay, I remember – Worthiness!

Worthiness, IMHO, is 85% about keeping it up. That makes the watches on the wrists of fighting forces worldwide truly worthy. These can take abuse a lot; do a lot and no greater place for the beater to prove itself! A beater in a battlefield and all its heat, cold, sand and mud and all the rest of shocks and knocks – obviously you understand what it’s like. It’s all a big conspiracy to take the life out of a watch!

This is where the quartz industry cashes in. The biggest game-changer in the watch world, things were not opulently rosy for quite a long time. True, quartz comes with its fair share of brilliance; fewer parts and low production costs; a lighter built and hence, weight, was picked upon readily by the masses. ‘70s considered it fashionable; for the ‘80s, it was a cost-cutting tool.

They missed out on a little thing, though. The water resistance went after the first battery change. Most didn’t know about putting in new rubber seals (‘80s were like that; almost all sought cheap alternatives to costlier phenomenon) and some ignored, taking it to be an unnecessary expense. Basic needs at the cheapest, that was the general mindset back then.

‘80s, however; witnessed the advent of digital sports watches, which again brought back the essence of fashion into the thing. This new breed of watches exhibited essential features of a beater watch. So it’s needless saying they took over as daily beaters – from college students to regular office-goers; these were comfortable, had multiple functions and were more durable than their older cousins. The prices, comparatively, didn’t change much.

Mechanical watches, since then, are held as one of the faces through which luxury presents itself; it’s tough to believe something to be cuddled, coddled and collected ending up as your do-it-all watch. Aren’t mechanicals (in) famous for their heavy cases and movements; delicate arrangements and built? They were, but some of today’s mechanicals defy that logic; they are equally nice and easy-going tools on the battlefield, in sports and in the backyard. However, none wears a mechanical in the battlefield unless it’s only time he seeks; in that case, there must be another device to do the life-saving calculations.

But coming to the bottom line and by its definition, a beater watch is a simple creature with only one job in hand. Looks are secondary; it’s not meant to impress anyone but its wearer. And it impresses! Sorta like the old wife with more wrinkles on face than in her brain, but an absolute goddess when cooking is concerned! It’s ready to survive under rough duty and return home to tell the story.

Watch(es) mentioned in this post are listed below.  Click to see details and buy them:

http://www.creationwatches.com/products/casio-watches-155/

http://www.creationwatches.com/products/seiko-divers-60/

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