Royal Gold Double Hunter Mechanical Pocket Watch
This handmade Brelsen® mechanical movement gold colour watch is a truly timeless piece. Suitable for every occasion and matching all suit styles and materials. This traditional men's accessory features an intricate skeleton face, encased within a white, Roman numbered dial. The front and back opening case are polished for a lustrous shine, effortlessly releasing to reveal the unique face both suitable and perfect for personal engraving. This pocket watch is perfect for weddings, groom and groomsmen pocket watches, retirements, anniversaries and many other occasions.
The watch comprises of a 17 jewel, 11-3/4 ligne, 3 hand mechanical movement. Capable of 21,600bhp escapement and 40 hours of power reserve.
Summary: Pocket Watch & Matching Chain in Gift Box with Cleaning Cloth.
Movement: Mechanical Hand Wind
Material: Stainless Steel
Watch Diameter: 4.7cm
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Shipping is currently estimated in 3-6 working days.
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Got the wrong order, they sent the original one, a month later, the quality is subpar, and it opens both sides every time which is quite annoying
Disappointed in the quality of the item and the time keeping. Wound daily but the watch is losing 4 to 5 mins a day.
Expected a little better.
No name on it unhappy.questioned breslen pH it's ok and all that . Looks cheap.without the name.
I find the hour hand quite hard to see, as the white background is not wide enough, or the hand is not long enough to be visible against the white background. Otherwise I am pleased with the watch and appreciate the short time for delivery. Thank you and I would order again.
I've always liked pocket watches, but have never had one. This Fall I took the plunge and bought this one. So far, it functions just as it should, and it is a pleasure to wear with a waistcoat. I like the fact that it is the mechanical version. I think it gains about two minutes over a period of a week. I have not done anything to adjust it, so far, as I want to be accurate on that. So, I'm giving it a few more weeks to see if it is consistently in error. A couple of minutes seems well within tolerance for a realitively inexpensive watch like this. I remember having to adjust clocks and wristwatches quite often, when I was younger.