Category Archives: ETA 2893-2

introducing: Temporanea Manifattura Fiorillo

Unveiled by TLex of and mentionned by Grégory Pons of, Italian entrepreneur Federico Fiorillo launched his watch company. Temporanea Manifattura Fiorillo was first born in Spring 2009, as a project to supply a small number of watches to friends. Mr. Fiorillo was quickly overwhelmend by orders, and so he decided to plan production […]

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Upcoming Steinhart Proteus

Steinhart watches have been working [edit:] in tight collaboration with forumers on a new model, christened Proteus. The name comes from Greek mythology, and was that of one of the early sea gods. The non-rotating bezel will be attached by three screws. The target selling price will be EUR 460 to 500. Movements will be […]

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introducing: Maurice Duplain

Maurice Duplain has a stock of components and movements for assembling your very own Swiss watch. You can either choose from one of his already assembled watches, or choose your own components and have them assembled or doing the job yourself if you’ve got the skills.  

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introducing: Classic Watch Parts offers a broad range of original and aftermarket parts for prestigious brads like Breitling, Omega, Rolex and Tudor.

Posted in aftermarket crystals, aftermarket hands, aftermarket parts, ETA 2824-2, ETA 2836, ETA 2892-A2, ETA 2893-2, original parts, restoration, Valjoux 7750, Valjoux 7751, vintage movements | 1 Comment