GUIDE TO VINTAGE TIMEX WATCHES

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GUIDE TO VINTAGE TIMEX WATCHES

Post by koimaster » April 1st 2021, 8:50am

WHAT EVERY VINTAGE TIMEX ENTHUSIAST NEEDS TO KNOW: MODELS, MOVEMENTS, FEATURES, IDENTIFICATION GUIDE, & MORE
In collaboration with Cameron Martel. Last updated March 26, 2018 (version one). More to come!

Greetings all and thank you for checking out my first article for WYCA. I am going to discuss the joy and frustration of vintage timepieces, specifically vintage Timex.

I am not a watch expert, nor am I a watchmaker. I am a regular guy with a passion for horology in every form. The reason I choose to dive into the vintage market is simple: I can afford to buy brand name mechanical movement watches at a fraction of their new counterparts. The interesting thing about vintage watches (of any brand) is their innate ability to not keep great time. Honestly, my old Casio G-Shock keeps much better time than a fully serviced vintage Omega.

So if it’s not about time it must be something else… I like watches, I like mechanical watches, and I like to collect, sell, and own these amazing old pieces.


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