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Gold-tone Helbros Quartz Watch | Ladies Square-shaped Helbros Watch - Vintage Radar
Gold-tone Helbros Quartz Watch | Ladies Square-shaped Helbros Watch - Vintage Radar
Gold-tone Helbros Quartz Watch | Ladies Square-shaped Helbros Watch - Vintage Radar
Gold-tone Helbros Quartz Watch | Ladies Square-shaped Helbros Watch - Vintage Radar
Gold-tone Helbros Quartz Watch | Ladies Square-shaped Helbros Watch - Vintage Radar
Gold-tone Helbros Quartz Watch | Ladies Square-shaped Helbros Watch - Vintage Radar
Gold-tone Helbros Quartz Watch | Ladies Square-shaped Helbros Watch - Vintage Radar
Gold-tone Helbros Quartz Watch | Ladies Square-shaped Helbros Watch - Vintage Radar
Gold-tone Helbros Quartz Watch | Ladies Square-shaped Helbros Watch - Vintage Radar
Gold-tone Helbros Quartz Watch | Ladies Square-shaped Helbros Watch - Vintage Radar
Gold-tone Helbros Quartz Watch | Ladies Square-shaped Helbros Watch - Vintage Radar
Gold-tone Helbros Quartz Watch | Ladies Square-shaped Helbros Watch - Vintage Radar

Gold-tone Helbros Quartz Watch | Ladies Square-shaped Helbros Watch

Regular price
€89
Sale price
€79
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Gold-tone Ladies Helbros Quartz Watch 

With a retro-vintage design, this subtle gold-tone ladies Helbros watch comes with a lovely square-shaped dial. Quartz movement, silver-tone bracelet, a classic elegant dial, this watch is the perfect versatile accessory that you can pair with any outfit. 

Looking for an elegant Helbros watch? We highly recommend this piece, which comes in great condition and keeps time like a charm!

Condition: Very good condition.
Case diameter: 18 mm.
Battery-operated.
Stainless steel back.
Base metal bezel.
Japan movement.

The watch is in full working condition.

This is a newer Helbros watch model, marketed in the last 30 years. 

 About Helbros

"Helbros watches was founded by the Helbein brothers in 1913. The company registered a trademark registered in New York in 1916 and in Geneva in 1918, which is why it is believed by many to have been founded in 1918. 

In the US, Helbein used all the mediums available to him to sell watches. He used print advertising, radio advertising, and later TV advertising. He distributed watches through catalogs, shops, dealers, approval, and any other way he and his company could find. Helbros made watches for any taste, and pretty much any pocket.

At its height, Helbros was a major US watch company, and Helbein was an important figure. Helbein was the first chair of the American Watch Assemblers Association, and was a Director of the American Watch Association. When he died at the age of 70 in his home in Park Lane, he left a successful company. Perhaps in recognition of the challenges of his early life, a memorial scholarship was established in his name at Brandeis University." Read more about the history of the brand here

Our collection of Helbros watches

Our collection of Helbros watches includes vintage and new pieces. After the death of Helbein, the Helbros watch manufacturer has disapeared for a while. But Helbros has been acquired by other holdings, which have marketed quartz watches under the same name for many years now.

Every time we introduce a Helbros watch, we'll mention whether if it's a veritable vintage model, dating back to the brand's golden days, or whether it's a newer watch model. The type of movement should also be taken as an indicator, since back in its early years Helbros did not produce watches with quartz movement.

Quartz Watches

The world's first quartz clock was built in 1927 by Warren Marrison and J. W. Horton at Bell Telephone Laboratories. The world's first quartz watch, however, was unveiled by Seiko as the Astron in December 1969. Since the 1980s, when the advent of solid-state digital electronics allowed them to be made compact and inexpensive, quartz timekeepers have become the world's most widely used timekeeping technology, used in most clocks and watches as well as computers and other appliances that keep time. 

Simply put, quartz watches are timepieces that need a battery to keep time. 

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All you need to know about Vintage Radar

From our collection of vintages and antiques, only the best pieces make it through our selection for this platform. Our goal is to locate the finest vintage pieces and reclaim their original, timeless beauty. 

The process behind our brand is a complex one: restoring antique and vintage pieces, making them look flawless, carefully reconstructing what is broken and capturing them as accurately as possible so that these articles get a chance to a second story.

The age, the brand and all the work behind every product, are all reflected in the price of our items. You can read more about the story behind our brand here. 

Our vintage watches are extensively verified by local watchmakers that we work with. Any repairs needed are done by professionals, so rest assured, all the watches are in perfect working condition. They are additionally checked for another 24 hours, once the order is placed, before shipping.


The pieces we sell are vintage, so they may present marks of the passage of time. Make sure you have a close look at the photos of each product. We try to capture them as accurately as possible. Colors may differ slightly. 

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Shipping information:

We offer free worldwide shipping with tracking, from Romania. 

In particular cases, items can be shipped from a different country.

We advise that you provide your phone number when entering the shipping address so that the post office can contact you if necessary, once the package arrives.

For more information regarding shipping see the Frequently Asked Questions page.

 

Secure Payments - Paypal Express Checkout:

Payments are securely processed through Paypal Express Checkout, which accepts all major credit card networks (Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover). All processing fees are included in the price of the product, no extra taxes will apply. 

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