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- Wind Up Pocket Watch for Men and Women
- Skeleton Movement Mechanical Pocket Watch
- ShoppeWatch Brand with Gift Box
- Chain Length 365mm 14 inches
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This silver tone Pocket watch under our private brand "ShoppeWatch" is a great choice for a birthday, Christmas, wedding or best man gift. It is also ideal as a christening gift.
The pocket watch features a skeleton dial with hand wind mechanical movement and is popular as a simulated antique steampunk accessory at cosplay events.
- Package Dimensions: 3.9 x 2.5 x 1.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B006076T5M
- Item model number: PWMSK20
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 27, 2011
- Average Customer Review:
|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||ShoppeWatch|
|Dial window material type||Acrylic|
|Case material||Silver Tone Metal Case|
|Case diameter||47 millimeters|
|Band Material||Silver Tone Metal Chain|
|Band width||5 millimeters|
|Movement||Mechanical Hand Wind|
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I tagged about five and this one was the one I singled-out.
I'm very happy with my selection!
I work in a place where I have access to stereoscopic inspection microscopes. I took the liberty of inspecting the workings of this watch. Having windows on both sides of the workings allows inspection of all the internal parts. There are solid plastic (Mineral) windows protecting both sides of the mechanism even with the covers open. The small parts are fun to look at and the moving parts fascinated me for several minutes. With the exception of truly microscopic dust, the internal workings of this watch look like they will last for years. The external casing is solid and uniform with no blemishes or scratches. I however will most likely mess that up :)
The chain is long enough for me to attach at my belt, carrying the watch in the purpose-made pocket of my jeans, with length to bring it close enough to my face to enjoy the innerds and see what time it is. This thing is a fingerprint magnet which might sound like a bad thing but it leads to polishing and handling which is actually entertaining!
So far, the time keeping has been accurate when compared to my Casio atomic-time wristwatch. the pocket watch is very much a "toy" for me as yet.
As this is my first pocket watch I'm very happy that I "got a good one" as they say.
Thank you very much Shoppe Watch and Amazon.com.
update: Be careful of the chain. The link at the clip attached to the watch might be lose. Mine separated and my new watch bounced off the carpet. It's acting weird but I think it'll be ok. I have it apart and am looking at it.
update: The watch lives! If it had been any more expensive I would not have tried to fix it myself... if it was any less durable I would have screwed-up trying to fix it myself :) Beware the chain but please do enjoy the watch!
Yesterday I accidentally left it in my jeans when I put them in the wash. Imagine my horror when I opened the lid and saw it there glistening with water. Keep in mind that this is an industrial-size, three-cycle agitator machine.. Cursing my own stupidity, I took it out and set it aside. A little while later I picked it up, tried to shake out the water, and noticed that it had started ticking when I shook it. It took a bit more nursing and patience, but it's been running for the past twenty-some hours, keeping perfect time, and acting like it enjoyed its little brush with death. As another watch company used to say, it took a licking and kept on ticking.
Would be much more legible with hands that have more contrast in color.
Well the watch has survived hunting season with only 1 small glitch. Even though I thought I wasn't over winding I managed to do just that. Since I wasn't able to find a watch repair guy it took me a month of mostly frustration to get it going again. I noticed it wouldn't run for more than a second or 2 before stopping. It would start again once it was tapped witht the edge of my closed pocket knife but stopped again out of frustration I shook it pretty vigurously and has been working great after letting it completely run down. now I only wind it about every 8-12 hours for about 10 twists. been working great again for the last 2 months after a down time of about a month.