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Links to useful sites
Visit Paul's very informative website about Electric Watches, from the late fifties to the seventies, featuring Hamilton, Bulova, LIP and more. Just Click onto "Electric Watches" above to go direct.
Stan's Watch Web
Stan's personal collection of vintage and other watches worldwide. Details of both well-known and lesser-known makes and models for you to look over.
Some stunning divers watches, related items, interesting editorials/articles and much more. The site features the best tool diving watches, many of which are not found anywhere else on the web. The site also used to be "The home of the Omega Ploprof", but look below - NEW!
The PloProf Site
Stunning photography, details and infromation on the Famous Omega Ploprof Divers watches, compiled by the folks at DeskDivers, above. This is a "must read" for all afficionados of "serious" professional Divers watches!
A great gallery of very collectable watches, mechanical, electrical, electronic and quartz, many expandable thumbnails to enlarge and detail. A great reference work just click onto the WATCHES when you get to Rich's pages.
Mikrolisk's Pocket Watch Website
Mikrolisk is a regular contributor to the Pocket Watch section on RLT and very knowledgeable on the subject. Check out his super website (in German) for lots of good pictures and info on various watches within his collection - most can be followed without too much knowledge of the German language.
The Watch Forum
Here's RLT, the leading Watch Enthusiast's Forum for the UK, covers Swiss, Quartz, Japanese, Russian, Divers and Pocket Watches amongst others. The place to go for help and information on many watches and things horological.
The Timex Watch Forum
A forum dedicated to lovers and aficionados of Timex watches worldwide, certainly one of the most affordable watch brands ever. Lots of useful information, and many helpful contributors.
If you have a website for the Watch Collector or Afficionado, why not let me have details and I'll be pleased to add your site to this listing. The link above should open your e-mail client. Please - NO commercial or dealer's websites!