Monday, April 6, 2009

Get your Golana Aqua Pro for under a hundred bucks

Golana Swiss Aqua Men's Watch Stainless Steel Black Dial on Black Leather Strap AQ100-3

It is surprising that such a good looking watch costs you just $97.00. The Watchery is taking 68% of the Golana Swiss Aqua Men's Watch. This watch will make the perfect gift for the guy in your life. The Golam Swiss Aqua is a watch specifically designed for use in and around water. It is water resistant up to 200 meters, and may be worn when snorkeling, swimming and diving. The bezel is a bi-directional divers bezel. To increase water resistancy, the crown and case back is screw down, an vital feature for watches worn in water. The Golana swiss watch is equipped with a Swiss ETA Quartz movement which is extremely precise in harsh environments. The Golana is extremely dependable and hardy. Don't let the price fool you.

Everything about this watch is well thought out and practical; although, I must admit it is quite handsome. The rotating inner b-directional bezel is a brilliant component to the watch. The bezel allows the diver to measure dive time and any other lapse of time. It is also easy and quick use especially when time is of an essence. Unscrew the crown at the 10 '0'clock position and turn the bezel to the 60 or 0 position directly opposite the minute hand. The position of this hand in relation to the bezel will display the elapsed time since the setting of the bezel.

Water resistant watches lose a resistancy through normal wear and tear, Golana Swiss watches therefor recommend the watches to have the water resistancy tested every 18 months by a authorized service center.

Once purchasing the Golana timepiece, it is up to you to ensure its maximum longevity. Follow these few simple steps and you can enjoy your timepiece for many years.
1) Clean the exterior of your watch case carefully with a soft cloth and soapy water.
2) After watch is immersed in salty water, rinse with fresh water and dry completely.
3)Do not expose the timepiece to huge variations in temperature, humidity.
4) Service the timepiece every 3 to 4 years.
5) Do not place the watch in direct sunlight or in magnetic fields.

THE WATCHERY has the best prices for Golana watches, one of the most up and coming brand of watches in the world of watches today. Buy a Golana watch and you won't be sorry.

Friday, April 3, 2009

Buy a Corum Coin watch at THE WATCHERY and save 45%

Corum $20 Coin Mens' Automatic Watch 18K Yellow Gold on Black Strap 082-355-56-0001 MU51

Time is money; however, more precious and impossible to recover, if lost. Corum too the "Time is money" concept to an entirely different level by making "Time in Money" . At the Basel fair In 1965 "the coin watch" made its entrance into the world of horology. This concept was not new, watchmakers had tried to incorporate a coin into a pocket watch ; however, they used one side of the coin as a retractable watch cover while the other side was the case back. The idea was there, but the pocket watch was fragile.

Corum's owner of 1965, Rene Bannwart, seeing an enormous potential in the coin watch, did away with the watch cover idea and used the coin as the actual dial. This was made possible by the introduction of Sapphire crystal which would protect the coin dial. An ultra thin movement was positioned between the two faces of a cut out coin and enclosed in a circular case whose edges were grooved like those of a coin. This model was one of a kind and patented in 1964.
Corum crafted its watches either from the $10 American Eagle or the $20 American Double Eagle, thus increasing the popularity of the coin watch in the USA. 12 coin watches were sold even before they were unveiled at Basel world.These coins were hard to come by, as they were removed from circulation in the 1930's, following the great depression, making these watches instant collection items.

However, there was one great hurdle which kept the coin watches under lock and key, a law in the United States prohibited the mutilation of coins within its borders and thus after lengthy negotiations, Corum was prohibited to cut the coins outside of the United States. Many presidents wore this iconic watch on their wrists, making this watch a prized article among collectors. For a time there was a lull in Corum's manufacturing of the coin watches as the company focused on other unique collections. In 2006 Corum began manufacturing the coin watches again with a couple of slight adjustments thanks to the technical advances in the watch industry. Coin watches are available with either a quartz movement or automatic. The thickness of the Double Eagle 35 mm and for the Eagle 31.5mm making the Coin watch an elegant choice for a women's wrist. The coin watches are available with a crocodile leather strap or an 18 carat gold bracelet.

Almost all US presidents commencing with President Nixon were presented with a Corum coin watch. It does say a great deal about the watch, and you can own one for a fraction of the list price from the THE WATCHERY.