Category Archives: Seagull ST19XX

EmaS watches: doing it with Italian style

In 1934, Milan businessman Sir Enrico Masserini established Masserini Orologerie S.p.A. with the intent to sell Swiss movements in Italian watch cases. After WWII, the company was renamed EMAS, based on the contraction of the founder’s name (Enrico MASserini). The company was handed over to his son Annibale and later to his grandson Enrico, who currently […]

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introducing: KIENZLE

Established by Johanes Schenkler in Schwenningen (Germany) in 1822, KIENZLE initially manufactured and sold hand-crafted wooden clocks. Over the next 190 years, the company development an impressive portfolio of mechanical device besides the obvious clocks, pocket watches and wrist watches: nightwatchmen’s recording clocks, flywheel clocks, taximeters, attendance recorders, automotive clocks, tachographs, 8-day aviation clocks, world […]

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introducing: Plazeon

Plazeon offers a Seagull-based chronograph using an original design. They use both the Seagull ST19 and the Seagull ST1901 with power reserve.

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introducing: Military Watch Mall

This eBay seller offers a selection of military-inspired watches, reproducing the looks of 1980’s East-German and Swiss diving watches.The movements used are either Swiss ETA 2824-2 or Far-East automatic. There is also a Seagull ST19 Bundeswehr-inspired chronograph.

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introducing: Rock Excel Watch

Watch collector Ken Sato once produced what was considered the best hommage to Italian WWII military watches. At some point, he got slapped on the fingers by Officine Panerai for copyright infringment. After several collections inspired by vintage Rolexes, Ken sato did build the Plasmir Milgraph, a watch enhanced with tritium vials and available at the PlasmirMilgraph.com […]

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