The busiest place on the net for watches - with forums to learn about many brands for new watch collectors and busy
hobbyists and dealers in search of a bargain or something unusual.
Jack and his crew are the source of luminescence in your watch at night - the redesign of watches, coatings, dials, re-lume, even total restoration
and do repair. Mostly they are just nuts and very creative ones who can transform a beat up Seiko and give it a new life visit their page when you need a new lume job and see what they have to offer. You will not be disappointed.
This is a wonderful site for anyone who wants to be among
people who love watches, and for the most part have a
passion for watch photography. This is a different watch
site than most. It is low key, casual and does not appear
to be at all commercial. Most of the people on this new site are friends and it shows in the language, subjects and
how things are approached. They are also very civilized with a No Rules approach showing that courtesy is expected of everyone participating. If you have a camera and want to show a photo or get some help in doing so this is a wonderful site. Thank you Oscar and crew for making this possible.
The Military watch site that most people go to for information, sales and help. Bob and a regular crew of
MWRines hang out waiting to help newcomers and one time visitors as well - a friendly site with lots of answers
Watchuseek is a bit more informal than most informational forums on watches - it is relaxed and a place to land on when you are looking for something. It reflects Ernie's sincere desire to provide an unpretentious place for forums
and other things for the watch enthusiast. Drop by - just click on the name. Tell Ernie I sent you.
This site which has become perfected over the years by author Hans-Peter Brugger in Germany offers the reader
a tremendous amount of information about watches and also
how to find much more. H-P has selflessly made this site one you should cut your teeth on. I go to it very often and would be lost without it. Thank you Hans-Peter