The Seiko Presage collection is known for their gorgeous, eye-catching dials, and the Seiko Presage Cocktail Time “Mojito” (SRPE45) is no exception. It features an intricate, embossed dial pattern reminiscent of a cut-glass cocktail tumbler. If you’re looking to get on the green watch hype train without breaking the bank, this SRPE45 could be a great option.
This listing comes with the complete set, however the seller has noted that the above pictured alligator strap is not included in the set. Their asking price of $299 is more than 10% below the market average of $345. With recent sales on forums ranging between $320 to $350, this could be a great opportunity to add a unique Cocktail Time to your collection.
Omega and James Bond Franchise have been partners in style since 1995, with Omega providing the official timepiece worn by the secret agent. Like 007 himself, his many watches have earned cult status among fans. The Omega Seamaster 007 Edition (188.8.131.52.01.001) is the most recent edition to the series, and was released for the ninth film in this partnership, “No Time To Die”.
This listing comes with the complete set, encompassing original box, papers, watch roll, and warranty card. The reputable seller claims that the watch itself is in excellent condition, however no further details have been provided in regards to its history.
Our instant watch appraisal tool values this watch at $9,560, given its pre-owned condition, inclusion of box and papers, and sale in North America. The watch also retails for $10,085. Given this, the seller’s asking price of $8,100 seems like a bargain.
Tudor Black Bay GMT (79830) – $3,300
This listing is for a Tudor Black Bay GMT (79830), and comes with the complete set, encompassing original box and papers, and extra links. The seller claims to be the original owner, having purchased the watch from his AD back in May 2019. The watch itself is in good condition, with typical signs of wear, such as bracelet swirlies and hairline scratches on the slab side of the case. The seller has brought to light that there is a noticeable scratch on the top part of the bezel around the 11:30 mark, and is visible in the photo provided by him.
Our instant watch appraisal tool values this watch at $3,681, given its pre-owned condition, inclusion of box and papers, and sale in North America. Given this, the seller’s asking price of $3,300 seems like a bargain, although caution should be exercised as the seller does not have any prior feedback on the platform.
The Military Marine Nationale (L2.833.4.93) is a convincing recreation of the robust 5774 military-issue watch. In fact, it is so convincing that at times it looks as though it is an original 5774 in pristine condition. Perhaps what gives it away is the larger case diameter of 38.5mm in comparison to the original’s 33.5mm case.
This listing comes with the full set encompassing original box and papers. The seller claims that the watch itself is in near mint condition, with no scratches or dings on the crystal, case or caseback. Of note is that an extra hole has been punched into the original strap. The seller also claims to be the original owner having purchased it back in December of 2020.
With recent sales ranging between $1,400 to $2,000, the seller’s asking price of $1,250 seems like a bargain.