Category Archives: Valjoux 7751

introducing: SK Watch Parts

Based in the German metalsmithing Mecca of Pforzheim, SK Watches sells pare parts for standard Swiss mechanical movements: ETA 2824-2, Unitas 6497, Unitas 6498, Valjoux 7750 and Valjoux 7751. For orders of 10 dials or more, it is possible to have a personal brand printed on the dial. For orders of 75 dials or more, […]

Posted in custom dials, ETA 2824-2, made-to-order, parts, pimp your watch, Unitas 649X, Valjoux 7750, Valjoux 7751 | 7 Comments

introducing: Uhren Forum

Founded by Brigitte and Olaf Vockerodt, the brand Uhren Forum aims at providing collectors with affordable watches focused on quality, design and functionality. The name is rather odd, because it is easily mistaken by Internet search engines for German-speaking “Watch Forum”. Sold at 1’780 EUR, Their flagship is a full calendar chronograph based on the Valjoux 7751. […]

Posted in brand of origin, ETA 2892-A2, original designs, Peseux 7001, Valjoux 7750, Valjoux 7751 | 1 Comment

introducing: Aeronautec watches

Having been around since 2006, Aeronautec offers dressy and sporty mechanical watches. The founders have decided to connect the brand with aviation, as illustrated by the Website’s extensive use of beautiful photographs of aircafts. Aeronautec indiscriminately uses Swiss movements and their Asian clones, and the watches are mostly distributed throughout Germany for the time being. […]

Posted in brand of origin, ETA 2824-2, ETA 2836, militarophilia, saturation diving, stock design, Valjoux 7750, Valjoux 7751 | Leave a comment

introducing: Nivrel

Known in Teutonia for their affordable mechanical watches, German brand Nivrel is unveiling two new models within their Edition Héritage collection. All Nivrel watches are assembled in Saarbrücken, Germany, yet all models receive a French name. It could be because French names sound “classy”, but a more likely explanation is that Nivrel‘s designers want to acknowledge the great contribution of French Huguenots to watchmaking. I […]

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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.  

Posted in aftermarket hands, aftermarket parts, assembler, ETA 2824-2, ETA 2836, ETA 2892-A2, ETA 2893-2, made-to-order, original parts, stock design, straps, Valjoux 7750, Valjoux 7751 | Leave a comment