Vintage watches are hot! For the majority that is, watchcollectors knew this for quite a while as of now ofcourse. Two days ago, I got a warning that opened a . I recalled that I had composed an on a Bulova Accutron SpaceView a few years prior, and wondered why I sold it. Other than the way that these watches are very powerless and difficult to fix, the development that is. Truth be told, I sold most vintage watches, even a decent Omega Seamaster Automatic Calendar and an Omega Constellation pie-dish in great shape with the diamondshaped hourmarkers. Am I part of the new school who simply gets exhausted with vintage watches? No! I truly love those watches, particularly the ones I referenced a couple of sentences back. They have sublime formed cases, incredible dials and much more prominent developments. Notwithstanding, other than that they are helpless and difficult to fix, I don’t have a holding with them. I was brought into the world in the mid-late 70s, and raised with Casios and advanced Seikos. I generally like my , my father’s Constellation, etc, yet I never experienced the 60s ofcourse. So I can value their excellence, treasure them.. however, I never will get similar inclination about them what different authorities who truly encountered the ‘mechanical-watch’- time (pre-1970/1980s) do have.