Sure, however as far as I understand, Breguets likely to plummet much more in value in percentage compared to say a a Speedmaster or Navitimer.Mark355;n3543631 said:Not much does besides Patek and the crown.
Do explain.Labcoatguy;n3552589 said:Nabster rocks. That is all.
RIP Casio.Redliner;n3552641 said:Do explain.
In unrelated news, my Casio suffered a nasty gash while I was fixing the faucet in the bathroom and soon after stopped working. You served me well for many years.
I need a replacement.
I don't know Nabster enough, but he always came across as an enthusiast, who will be doing a great work in nice watches, regardless of price.Labcoatguy;n3552643 said:RIP Casio.
Nabster refurbished my old Seiko diver with a new movement and cleaned it up using bits from a parts watch. Just a great watchmaker who's as willing to be work on these basic Seikos as a multi-figure Swiss mechanical.
I have no opinion on Steinhart, but it made me think of this, that made me laugh when I saw it on instagram...RdKetchup;n3552763 said:The bracelet of my Steinhart is falling to pieces...[/url]
No worries. Nabster's been kind enough to rebuild a few inexpensive pieces I've acquired over the past year or so, and it was illuminating to pick his brain for this article I wrote for Worn & Wound last year: A Restoration Story: Breathing New Life Into a $45 Timex “Roulette"Nabster;n3552739 said:Save for the fact that I struggle to find adequate time to sit down and do proper work at home :lol: And poor BlaRo has to wait longer for his stuff because of that
Whoa...Seiko 5BlaRo;n3552826 said:No worries. Nabster's been kind enough to rebuild a few inexpensive pieces I've acquired over the past year or so, and it was illuminating to pick his brain for this article I wrote for Worn & Wound last year: A Restoration Story: Breathing New Life Into a $45 Timex “Roulette"
One of my favorite pieces he worked on for me was this Seiko 661908110, from October 1966, one of my oldest Seikos in my collection. As early a Seiko 5 as you can get, with the 5 Sportsmatic line introduced in 1963.
So, after over 2 years of daily wear, it looks like the bracelet is about to give up the ghost, so I ordered a replacement from MVMT. Same colour leather and buckle.IceBone;n3329390 said: