A gold-tone elegant Timex watch for women is part of our mechanical watch collection, and it's a piece worth considering. This vintage timepiece comes with great elegance and vintage beauty, and it will sit perfectly on a delicate wrist. A Timex watch made for small wrists, this wristwatch comes with an 18 mm dial.
Though it may present some signs of the passage of time on the back of the dial, we consider that this vintage piece is a beauty worth saving. Especially given how well it keeps time and looks on the wrist.
Condition: Very Good. Dial diameter: 18 mm. Base metal bezel. Stainless steel back. Mechanical movement.
The watch is in perfect working condition.
MECHANICAL VINTAGE WATCH
Choosing the perfect mechanical vintage watch is a hard quest. Fear no more, as Vintage Radar is here to help. If this Timex women's watch is exactly what you need, don't hesitate to purchase it while it is still in our collection. Not the perfect Timex watch model for you? Discover our entire Timex collection!
Timex watches are classic, reliable timepieces, both fashionable and practical. Our collection of vintage mechanical Timex watches is even more impressive, given their unique, timeless features that remind us of the golden days.
Vintage Mechanical Watches For Men And Women
A mechanical watch is a watch that uses a clockwork mechanism to measure the passage of time,as opposed to quartz watches which function electronically, with the help of a small battery.
A mechanical watch is driven by a mainspring whichmust be hand-wound periodically. Its force is transmitted through a series of gears to power balance, a weighted wheel that oscillates back and forth at a constant rate. A device called an escapement releases the watch's wheels to move forward a small amount with each swing of the balance wheel, moving the watch's hands forward at a constant rate.
Timex Group USA, Inc. (formerly known as Timex Corporation) is an American manufacturing company founded in 1854.
In 1854, the company was founded as the Waterbury Clock Company in Waterbury, Connecticut. In 1944, the company was thought to have become insolvent, but it was reformed into Timex Corporation. In 2008, the company was acquired by Timex Group B.V and was renamed into Timex Group USA.
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 brandhere.
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.
We offertwo types of shipping:Free shipping(without tracking number) andShipping with Tracking Number(20 EUR for the majority of our products).
The items can be shipped worldwide, from Romania.
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