SEIKO´S LEGACY

What started as a small watch store in Tokyo back in 1881, ended up being a brand name today worn on many wrists all around the world! Seiko watches have been present on the market since way back in history, and truth be told, they are making history! Given how adored this brand is, it’s no wonder that you have red a bunch of Seiko watch reviews, while this review will concentrate on the Seiko SKX series of diver watches. Even these days, the legacy of the founder Kintaro Hattori lives still in Seiko watches.

SEIKO SKX MODELS

The Seiko SKX are wristwatches that anyone wants to own and probably will. If you are a fan of watches, you don’t have to ask how good  Seiko watches are – you already know they rock! However, the Seiko SKX series is not just another collection of some pretty watches; it is a splendid assortment of tickers that offer both beauty and value! Continue reading for an in depth overlook at the most popular SKX models as we compare the Seiko SKX007 vs SKX009.

SEIKO SKX007

A true masterpiece, timeless design, out of this world quality that comes at the most pocket friendly price – yeap, we’re talking about the majestic Seiko SKX 007! This classic Seiko dive watch has been around since 1965 when the first mechanical Seiko diver was introduced to the public eye – the 62MAS. Fast forward to today, the SKX 007 shows to be the best reincarnation of the 62MAS that has been around all those years and kept running through thick and thin! It is so good that even the ISO organization approves of it as an actual scuba diving watch, which is not an easy standard to meet considering the price of the watch itself. The 42mm case diameter, along with the 200m water resistant, paired with the stainless steel construction and Seiko 7S26 inhouse automatic movement – there are all features that any person in search for a solid wristwatch out there wonder if this is the one they’ve been looking for! 

SEIKO SKX009

Is any Seiko review complete without mentioning the timeless Seiko SKX009? A weight of 200 grams, with a stainless steel 42mm case and a thickness of 13mm, the SKX009 is arguably the perfect choice for anyone looking for a solid combo between a diver’s watch and an everyday timepiece. Similar to the 007, this one also comes with two different band types in Europe, SKX009K1 with rubber band and SKX009K2 with stainless steel strap. Japan markets have similar models SKX009J1 or SKX009J2.

Fun fact: the SKX009 is often referred to as the Pepsi watch because of its red and blue colored bezel. 

Another worth mentioning feature is the fact that this watch actually does not need a battery, making it extra simple for those who are not so thrilled about winding their watches. The motion of your arm is what get’s the 009 going, so the only time it will stop working is if you don’t wear it for 48 hours; and it takes seconds to restart once you put it back onyour writs. This kind of watch is called automatic watch for those who does not know watch terms very well.

SEIKO SKX007 OR SKX009?

Please note that all the features of the Seiko SKX007 can be found from the SKX 009 as well. As a conclusion, we’d like to point out that these two epic wristwatches are not at all different at their fundamentals. While the SKX007 can be a better choice for those who prefer classic designs, the SKX009 is the ‘funnier relative’ because of the Pepsi-look. We hope this Seiko review will prove to be helpful, and here is a friendly advice: you won’t go wrong with either of these two! 

Main features of Seiko SKX models:

  • Case diameter: 42 mm.
  • Case thickness: 13 mm. 
  • Lug width: 22 mm. Tang clasp.
  • Water resistant at 200 meters / 660 feet. 
  • Functions: hours, minutes, seconds, calendar. 
  • Minute markers around the outer rim. Dial Type: Analog. 
  • Luminescent hands and markers. 
  • Date and day of the week display appears at the 3 o’clock position. 
  • Seiko 7S26 inhouse automatic movement. 
  • Scratch resistant Hardlex crystal. 
  • Solid case back.
Overview of Seiko SKX009K2
Close look of Seiko SKX009K1
Overview of Seiko SKX007K2
Close look of Seiko SKX007K1

We hope that you enjoyed our review!


A&U straps have arrived to our online store. A&U straps are handmade leather straps, which are manufactured in Spain. A&U straps are family running business which owns brothers Alexander and Uyrii. They are originally from Ukraine, but nowdays they live in Spain, city of Elche. Elche is located province of Alicante which has long traditional history of leather craftmanship. City is still famous of their high quality leather works and known througout Spain.

A&U straps has manufactured straps since 1999. Alexander started to make straps in first stage because he could not find well made straps to his watch, though their were too similar and unattractive. That gave Alexander`s spark to develop and manufacture more unique and robust straps. 

Alexander created his custom made strap to Panerai 2015. An old italian jacket served a purpose at that time. These days brothers has made countless amount of straps like nato-straps, Panerai style straps etc. They use best patterns and samples, and leathers and manufacturing tools comes from Italy and Spain. Year by year they have improved their handmade work. True and passionate craftmanship!


This article is created for those who are not so familiar with watches in technical asbect. In normal use, wristwatch owner see only visually important parts of the watch like case, dial, hands and strap, but which keep watch ticking. Let´s find out…

Simply, but true. A watch movement or caliber is what makes it tick. Movement is often described the “heart of a watch” since it’s the actual mechanism that drives a watch hands and powers their complications including chronograph, dual time zone or a calendar. Powering all time keeping functions, movement is a fundamental component in a watch.

Today there are countless watch movements types using proprietary inventions developed by manufactures; however, each of them falls into one of these three categories; quartz, manual wind movement, and automatic movement.

The Quartz movement

The quartz movement was first introduced by the Japanese watch giant Seiko, in 1969. The introduction of the quartz movement shook the traditional timepiece houses who heavily powered their watches using the mechanical movement. This sparked a competition across the board, with many renowned watch companies releasing their own versions of the quartz timepieces, ultimately leading the world to an era of watches operated by battery.

How quartz movement works

As aforementioned, a quartz watch is powered by a battery which sends its electrical signal through crystal quartz. Consequently, the quartz crystal vibrates 32,768 times every second to create a signal with precise frequency. A special circuit measures the vibrations and converts them into pulses every second. These vibrations keeps movement oscillating and through motor, watch hands consistently moving.

The mechanical hand-winding movement

Hand-wound movements are in disputably the oldest types of watch movements available today. Though widely unknown to many, the hand-winding movement preceded the quartz technology by close to a thousand years. They are actually considered the most traditional and oldest watch movement. The mechanical movement is often referred to as “hand-wound” since it gets manually wound by hand to build energy in the mainspring of the watch.

Unlike the quartz technology whose movement is powered by a battery, the hand-wound movement harnesses the energy stored in a repeatedly wound spring. These great old inventions are often loved for their elegant display of watch movements that can be seen through the case back. Oftenly, hand-wound watches intricate mechanism can well be described as art. They deserve the term timepieces, accessories and collector’s items.

How hand-winding movement works

Mechanical movement differs from quartz movement in that it uses the energy from the wound mainspring for powering its movements, as opposed to a battery. The spring transmits energy via a number of gears and springs, in this way powering the watch hands and complications.

Automatic movement

Popularly known as self-winding, an automatic watch is essentially a mechanical watch that utilizes the kinetic energy generated from the user’s wrist. Manual winding is not necessary since the mainspring is automatically wound by the wearer’s wrist’s natural movements.

How automatic movement works

The internal mechanism and mechanical movement are similar. A rotor, which is a metal weight, is added to the manual parts. Rotor weight, which is connected to the movement, typically rotates freely. Usually, the rotor movement are in sync with the hand movement of user. As a result the kinetic energy from the wrist of the user gets transferred automatically to mainspring. Then power of mainspring is used to move hands of the watch.

Last words

There are wide range of watches available. These are available in wide range of prices, models, sizes, colours and types. Depending of your need and desire, you can choose the best choice for every day or occasion use. Overally, cheap watches has quartz movement and more expensive has mechanical movement. It is good to know that you can get automatic watch from 150 euros. Most popular automatic watches prices starts from 1000 euros and of course they are more sophisticated. The quartz watch benefits is that they do not need service so often than mechanical watches. Also, in hard conditions, they do not break so easily from big hit or impact. Anyway, it is richness of watch hobbying that what suits for yourself, does not suit for somebody else.


Timemachine.fi presents the most intresting watch blogs at the moment!

I don’t know about you, but I often find myself searching for the best watch blogs where I can satisfy my thirst for the latest updates on anything watch related. While there are some awesome websites where you can read reviews, get informed on the latest watch models or anything about horology, some of them don’t offer exactly what any watch fan would be excited to read. Therefore, I took one for the team and went ahead to explore the top 5 watch blogs and present them to you. You’re welcome! 

A BLOG TO WATCH

Ever since 2007, A Blog to Watch has been around to serve its purpose as the one place in virtual reality where all watch enthusiasts can gather around and obsess over watches.This watch blog also offers some top notch educating materials, as well as buying guides, reviews of brands and single watches and all the latest news. Let me quote what the people behind A Blog To Watch say: “Watches are a bastion of intellectual interest, status validation ,artistic beauty, and fashionable self-expression.” It is easy to conclude that a team that has such a high opinion about watches will put in their best effort to present you with nothing but the best on their website. Make sure you visit them here.

HODINKEE

Founded in 2008, Hodinkee has managed to attract the attention of watch addicts worldwidely over the years. If you are looking for some luxury watch blogs, Hodinkee is the one that you must visit! The magazine has established itself as one of the best sources of wristwatch information, starting from modern tickers all the way to historical references about the favorite watches in the past. There are endless facts and figures you can enjoy reading here, and on top of that, they are all explained in a funny, entertaining and informative manner. If you won’t take my word for it, let me tell you this; Hodinkee publication has been featured in some of the greatest media outlets like Esquire, Forbes, The New York Times, GQetc. Read more here.

FRATELLO WATCHES

If you too believe that old is gold, you don’t want to miss out on Fratello watches! Possibly one of the first watch blogs (founded in 2004), the Fratello Watches has grown to be one of the most visited and followed online watch magazines in the world! I want to be honest with you; I hate fluff content, and so does the team behind Fratello Watches. That is why this website is now part of the Ebner Publishing which is a guarantee enough that they provide their readers nothing but the best content. Truth be told, I have Fratello Watches bookmarked in my browser, and if you want to check why I am making such a fuss about this blog, visit it here.

THE TIME BUM

While I don’t mind anything about the best watch websites and the teams behind them, I have to say that I always admired the individual watch bloggers who build their websites from starch – on their own. Let me introduce you to The Time Bum – a one person blog run by a loving father, husband ,successful lawyer and the most important for us – a watch fanatic. Everybody loves them a good watch, but not everyone has a thousands of dollars to spend on a timeless piece. Worry not; The Time Bum is here to save the day! If you’re looking to find the best buys out there without having to spend a fortune, take a look at what The Time Bum has to suggest here.

BULANG & SONS

Bulang & Sons serves both as the best watch review website and as well as an online shop. While the above mentioned blogs publish content more often, Bulang & Sons don’t exactly come with new content every day, but trust me on this; it is totally worth the wait. A side from detailed writeups, indepth reviews, honest and professional opinions, advices and comparisons, the articles found here also come with striking photographs that will make you fall for the watch in a matter of seconds. The best part is, you can go ahead and order it at the very website no matter where in the world you are since they offer international FedEx shipping. You can witness their awesomeness here.

CONCLUSION

Due to the fact that we live in the 21st century, we are used to getting things done online. Whether we need to gather more information or fill our baskets, everything is just a click away. Taken this into consideration, if you are on a quest to buy a wristwatch, don’t forget to check the best watch blogs I mentioned above and read some opinions from a serious watchblogger. Oh, and if you decide to make a purchase, keep in mind that our website can also be your number one shopping destination!


TIME TUTELARY WATCH WINDERS

Watch winders are used to keep automatic watches fully wounded and charged when watch is not in use. Using watch winder, it will also extend the life of your watch. In case you are not using your automatic watch for longer time, there is a risk that oil will dry and service time will come sooner. For that reason, anyone who does not wear their automatic watch every day (or has more than one), watch winders are perfect for storing a watch. The gentle rotation keeps the watch wound and ready to wear. Automatic watch should be kept wound and running as much as possible to prevent its lubricants from congealing over time, which diminishes their accuracy and damages the watch.

Time Tutelary offers wide range of watch winders to 1-4 watches. Time Tutelary winders gives great value for the money. They high precision molded or wooden case, high quality and silent japanese motors and very easy operation. Depending on a model, winders have different functions like direction selection (clockwise & counter clockwise) and rotational program selection (TPD= turns per day). Winders are suitable for watch cases, up to 50mm of diameter. 

HIRA COMPANY

Time Tutelary is a brand owned by the Hira Company Ltd. Hira Co’ Ltd was incorporated in April 1959 and is, and remains a family run entity. The Hira Co’ was established the SHARP sole UK distributor in the 70’s and 80’s when it first began its connection with Consumer Electronics. In relation to the Time Piece sector, Hira Co is an official UK wholesale distributor of Casio UK products and this contract is worth £1Million+ per annum. The relationship with Casio has been ongoing for 20+ yrs. Hira is also recognised as end of line wholesale UK clearing house for other brands such as Seiko UK etc. Hira has its own Stationery and Consumer Electronics / Home Office brand TEXET. The brand was established in 1985 and began its origins in electronics, including Educational products. To this day, in the UK, it is only behind Casio and Sharp as a recognised UK leader in Calculators, supplying many government contracts and educational authorities. Hira has offices in Spain, Vietnam, China, HK and India as well as UK. It operates in FMCG, and Property markets sectors.


BluShark straps has arrived to our store. BluShark is USA based strap manufacturer which products have high quality and they are awesome. They are designed for everyday use. BluShark is family owned businesses so we want to support other small business. We are were pleased to do co-operation with BluShark.

“The goal of BluShark is to provide a consistent level of unmatched quality to the watch community while tailoring our offerings to the needs of the individual. That’s why we offer a handful of distinct product lines to address the key needs of all watch wearers. To prove how much we believe in the BluShark brand, we offer a lifetime guarantee on most of our product lines.” , says BluShark.

Timemachine.fi offers Original BluShark and 2-piece Kwik change natostraps. Both models have a higher quality than other natostraps. Holes and edges that are cleanly finished and sealed, and hardware that is secured via neat stitching rather than by glue or heat welding.

“James Bond” BluShark nato strap on Seiko SKX007

Timemachine were on holiday 1.4-22.4.2018 and during the holiday we arranged Facebook competition. The prize to win were yellow FlyBuckle fashion belt. Competition got pretty nice visibility in Finland. We received visilibility of over 8000 persons and about 100 persons took part into the competition. We also received in company´s facebook pages almost 50 new likes.

We personally contacted to winner and prize went to Kokemäki, Finland.

Last time we arranged Facebook competition in August 2017 where were own prizes for men and women. Men´s prize were Neckmarine Pilot watch and women´s prize were Wolf Caroline jewellery box.

We want to thank you for all the persons who took part to our competition this time. We received lots of new customers and many more potential ones. 

Timemachine´s goal is customer satisfaction and flexible customer service!


What we have here? This time Timemachine.fi introduces one product directly from our stock. We make this product presentation just for fun! 🙂

WOLF VICEROY MODULE 2.7 PACKAGING AND ACCESSORIES

Wolf products has always been packed very elegantly. Normally they are packed into black cardboard box where “Wolf” brand logo is stamped on top surface of box. Cardboard box material what Wolf uses, is stiff and ridig material and it gives nice impression about the product you are receiving, and what you bought. This product does have similar type of elegant packing. 

When opening package, winder itself is wrapped into black fabric bag. Winder is delivered with some accessories which are needed to use winder properly. There will be key to operate storage lock, operation manual and universal power supply with adapters so you are able to use winder in different countries.

MATERIALS

Viceroy´s outer parts is finished with black pebble faux leather. Even faux leather is used in manufacturing, leather quality is decent and quality of finishing is excellent. You can notice that parts fits well together and it does give you nice impression about product.

Inner parts of storage and winder front panel is silver textured silk lining. Grey silk lining is restrained and does not emphasized too much when looking running winder. Same faux leather material and grey silk lining is used also in Wolf Windsor watch boxes so you are able to keep you style if you are already owning one of this type of Wolf product. 

Front window is manufactured from glass and lock material is chrome finished metal.

FUNCTIONS

Winder watch holder can take up to 52mm case size watches. There are several useful functions in this winder. Rotation can be adjust between 300-1200 Turns Per Day (TPD). Turning direction can be set to clockwise, counterclockwise or bi-directional. You can also set delayed program from 6-72 hours. Everything is easily adjusted from front panel where LCD-display is located. LCD-display has background light which will shut down after set up is done.

Winder has storage for 3 watches. Storage includes watch pillows. Watch storage cover and front door can be locked by key delivered with winder. 

Winder is delivered with universal power supply with adapters so you are able to use winder in anywhere you are located. Winder has also useful battery option. If you do not have electricity available and you are for example summer cottage, you can still use winder by D-cell batteries. (Photos and video are taken with smartphone)

Check also product video of this winder here:


This time Timemachine.fi introduces one of the most famous watch brands in the world. If you are real watch hobbyist or collector, you have often heard the name of Omega. Omega is one of the watch brand icons and definately one of the most desirable watches among watch collectors. Omega is the last letter of Greek alphabets and is the symbol in the all Omega watch dials.

THE HISTORY OF OMEGA

Omega watchbrand is established in the 14th of July 1848 by Louis Brandt, who was only 23-years old. Louis Brandt founded La Generale Watch Co, his sales office and factory at La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. There he started to make key-wounded pocket watches of parts he acquired from local watchmakers. He sold his watches throughout Europe, mainly to Britain which was his main market.

On the July 1877 he and his son Louis-Paul established Louis Brandt & Fils. Two years later, Louis Brandt died in La Chaux-de-Fonds on the 5th of July 1879. In 1880 brothers Louis-Paul and Cesar Brandt moved into a small factory in the city of Biel, Switzerland, which was former textile industry city. In Biel brothers launched their first watch brands. These brands were Louis Brandt and Gurzelen in 1882, Décimal in 1884 and Labrador in 1885. Each brand was based in similar movements, but they had their own characteristic. 1889 company was the largest watch manufacturer and they employed 600 workers and produced 100000 units of watches annually. Watches achieved a precision of within 30 seconds a day in 1895.

The success led to the firm becoming a centre of research and development and around in 1900 production increased to units of 240000 watches produced annually and employing 800 people. The Brandt brothers, Louis-Paul and Cesar Brandt, both died in 1903 and same year the company officially changed its name to OMEGA Watch Co. The control of the company took over the four persons and the oldest, who was Paul-Emile Brandt was only 23-years old.

The company name Omega was officially changed in 1903, but the first watch to appear under this name was released in 1909 at the Gordon Bennett Cup, an international ballooning contest. Omega started to get popularity in sports events and The British Royal Flying Corps decided to choose Omega watches in 1917 as their official timekeepers for its combat units, as did the American army in 1918. It was the reputation for accuracy that led to the decision made by the International Olympic Committee to appoint Omega as the official timekeeper of the 1932 Los Angeles Games. It was the first time in Olympic history that one brand had been given the responsibility to time all events. Since 1932, Omega has been the official timekeeper at 26 Olympic Games.

Omega Speedmaster was created in 1957. NASA decided to use Omega Speedmaster Professional Chronograph wristwatch in 1965 as its official timekeeper. On 21st July 1969 astronaut Neil Armstrong became the first man on the moon and he said famous slogan “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind”, he was wearing his Omega Speedmaster Professional chronograph. This watch received a unique nickname: the Moon watch. 

1991 Omega introduced exceptional co-axial escapement which has extended service life of 10 years.

OMEGA GENEVE CAL. 552

Omega Geneve model was created in 1953 and production was stopped in 1979. Obviously the model name of Geneve is based to the city in Switzerland. Geneve models were available in different movement and case variations. There were at least handwinding movements as 601, 611 and 613 with/without date function. Automatic watch models had for example 552, 563 ja 565 with/without date function depending on caliber. Case materials where stainless steel, gold plated or solid gold.

Omega caliber 552 is automatic movement with sweep second feature. Movement has 24 jewels, amplitude 19800 A/h and power reserve 50h. Diameter of movement is approx. 28mm and height is 4,5mm. 

The following photos of the Omega Geneve is from private collection. Overall watch condition is decent if considering the age of the watch. It has slight patina in dial and frame, but it is pretty normal to vintage watch which has been used in daily life. 

According to the serial number, this Omega Geneve is manufactured about 1968.


Pinterest is very popular link and sharing service and you can found there thousends of intresting photos, illustration, ideas etc. everything between heaven and earth. Let´s see what kind of intresting photos we found from Pinterest, but first little bit of background of Pinterest.

PINTEREST EXPLAINED

Pinterest is a bulletin board type of social link and image sharing service. It provides the opportunity to create and maintain collections based on a theme such as an event or a hobby. The user can also browse other link / image collections, extract parts from their own collections and report their liking for the link / image.

People use Pinterest to discover and save ideas. Ideas can take lots of forms, from recipes to renovation projects to the perfect pair of shoes. Every idea is represented by a “Pin” that includes an image, a description and a link back to the image’s source online. When people click a Pin’s URL they can find out more about the idea and act on it.

Pinterest user has increased rapidly in last few years. Pinterest announced in October 2016 that its monthly number of users exceeded 150 million. In one year, it had grown by 50 percent, as in September 2015, the company announced that it had 100 million active users. The number of users in Pinterest has grown rapidly, and in 2012 it was considered the fastest growing community service in the world. In August 2012 Pinterest had 23.5 million monthly U.S. users.

Pinterest has fewer users worldwide than Facebook or Twitter. In the US, however, it overcame Twitter in 2016. In October, Pinterest had 70 million users in the United States when Twitter had 60 million in June.

TREASURES FOUND FROM PINTEREST

Let´s see what kind of intresting material we have found from Pinterest less than in 30 minutes of searching. In Pinterest you can use “search” function to find suitable and intresting stuff for you. Following images have downloaded from Pinterest based in our interest. We choose these photos for share with you because these photos illustrates nicely in one picture what it is all about.

Click photo to see the picture in full resolution!

1. Following photo shows and describe parts of watch and explains also few important watch terms and functions.

2. Following photo helps you to choose correct watch to every situation. Should you use smart watch in business meeting or dress watch? What do you prefer the most?

3. Someone love it, someone hate it. For better or worse, Rolex is the one of the most popular watchbrands in the world and definately the most popular watchbrand in the social medias. If you like Rolex watches, following photo about the history of Rolex is for you!

4. James Bond is the definately every boys idol and one of the most popular character in the world. James Bond, agent 007, is a fictional character created by the British journalist and novelist Ian Fleming in 1952. Almost every James Bond movie is produced by Broccoli family. In the following illustared photo you can see watches seen in James bond movie. Click photo to see it full resolution!

5. Following image shows really nicely and simply different watch complications. Some of these complications are manufactured by only few luxury watchbrand and these kind of luxury watches can cost up to one million euros.

6. The word ‘seiko’ means ‘exquisie’ or ‘success’. Seiko is the one of the most selling watchbrands in the world. Following picture shows the history of Seiko diver watches. Very intresting…

7. After we have seen some pictures involving watches, let´s see something different. This magnificent building does not need any further introductions if you are living in this planet. World´s tallest building is locating in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. You can get lot of information in this one photo. Some has said that “Dubai is paradise in the dessert”. Based what I know, I agree with that comment.

8. Following intresting photo introduces the world´s tallest, deepest, longest, largest volume and most expensive man-made structures. Pretty amazing projects man can do!

9. Many of us does not know that our flags has their own unique history and story to tell. We are living in international world so do not forget to say greetings to fellow citizens in an another country. Let´s find out what their flag tells about their story…

10. Last, but not the least. It is not hard to find out what common our store have with this piece of history. The Time Machine is one the legendary book in our history. The Time Machine is a science fiction novella by H. G. Wells, published in 1895.The work is generally credited with the popularization of the concept of time travel by using a vehicle that allows an operator to travel purposely and selectively forwards or backwards in time. H.G Wells was ahead of the time when he wrote this novella and took his name in to literature history. 

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