Chances are you haven’t heard of Beyer, but those of you who have might recall an episode of a popular Youtube watch series that rhymes with clocking botches. Beyer is a Zurich-based watch store that claims to be the oldest watch retailer in the world. While Beyer is better known for drastically increasing the prices of Patek Phillipes and APs by stamping their name onto the dial, they have also made a few watches of their own, such as this one. And unless you happen to stumble upon thirty thousand big ones, this might be your only opportunity to own a watch with the Beyer name for a long, long time.
Case size: 34mm
Lug size: 18mm
Movement: Automatic bidynator - the first bidirectional winding movement (ever!)
Country of manufacture: Switzerland
What To Know
All of our watches keep good vintage time (within a few minutes per day) and have to meet a high standard of condition, both mechanically and aesthetically, to be included in our inventory. These watches are several decades old, and wear the battle scars of their many years of service with pride, giving each one its own unique character. Each watch is one of a kind, and once this one is sold there will never be another one exactly like it.