I have been in contact with the company in the Netherlands and plan to send it to them instead of RGM as originally planned. It seems that the lunar calendar in module is more complex and troublesome than I expected, so I think it’s best to trust it to the original watchmaker. Does anyone have exper
Here’s a rare watch for you! This is a 1989 Jean d’Eve Samara, the first Swiss automatic quartz watch. It launched at Basel in 1987, the same show Seiko launched the AGS (now Kinetic). But unlike the “plain Jane” Seiko, this thing is wild! The rotor is on the dial side, below the hands, and runs aro
Thanks to the kindness of another member, I have received more information! I will be documenting this particular watch on my blog, as I have also done for some other oddballs in my collection (the Büren Calibre 82 and Junghans Mega 1) for others to learn as well. First, it appears that this watch i
This is around 40 mm according to my ruler. It's quite thick at about 10 mm, and the rounded edges make it sit quite high. Not quite as bulky as my Montblanc Rieussec but still it's a pretty big and heavy watch.