Vintage BUCHERER Clock-Ligther Swiss Made Mechanical Watch 17 Jewels – In BOX!
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With respect to any defective merchandise during the Warranty Period, we will, in our sole discretion repair or replace such merchandise (or the defective part) free of charge. We will also pay for shipping and handling fees to return the repaired or replacement merchandise to you if we elect to repair or replace the defective merchandise.
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Secondhand Horology is honored to have the opportunity to serve you. That is why we stand by all of our products with a full 12-month limited warranty. If an item we sell you should fail as a result of a manufacturer's defect at any time during the first 12 months, we will repair or replace the item at absolutely no cost to you.
If your watch has any symptoms of abnormally gaining time, losing time, or not keeping proper time please do not hesitate to contact us by phone or email. If it is determined by Secondhand Horology that a repair under warranty is required one of our trained watch professionals will direct you on how to safely and efficiently ship the watch to us.
Not covered by warranty:
- Regular wear-and-tear from normal use.
- External damage to the product. Any damages resulting from wear to the watch case, crystal/glass, watch bracelet, watch bezel, straps, screws, crown/stem, finishes, clasps/buckles, or any other physical damage to the watch.
- Defects caused by outside force or improper use. Consequential and incidental damages.
- The loss of precious, semi-precious stones from settings.
- Outside modifications and third party repair attempts of any kind will void the warranty.
- Any damage if used under conditions which exceed the watch manufacturer’s water resistance guidelines.
- Watches that are labeled as water resistant feature a screw down crown. The crown must be screwed down properly at all times to keep the watch casing watertight. Water damage is not covered under the warranty unless it is proven defective by the Secondhand Horology.
- Shipping cost to Secondhand Horology.
Secondhand Horology is determined to stand behind every part of your shopping experience. The Secondhand Horology warranty allows you to make a completely risk-free purchase. This has been our policy and our promise since we began nearly three decades ago serving customers on a local level. Now, we are standing by this policy as we serve online customers from around the world. We look forward to serving you and giving you the incredible value and experience you deserve.
Bucherer, a Swiss luxury watch and jewelry company founded in 1888 by Carl-Friedrich Bucherer in Lucerne, Switzerland. The company is still family-owned and operated and is known for producing high-quality timepieces and jewelry.
Bucherer has a long history of watchmaking and has created many innovative designs over the years. In the 1930s, the company created one of the world's first automatic watches, the Bucherer Mono-Rotor. In the 1950s, they developed a waterproof watch with a patented "super compressor" case, which became popular with divers.
The brand has produced many high-quality timepieces over the years, including the Archimedes line of watches.
The vintage Bucherer Archimedes watch is a sought-after collector's item. The Archimedes line is named after the famous Greek mathematician and inventor, Archimedes, and is known for its timeless and classic designs.
Bucherer Archimedes watches are highly regarded for their quality and craftsmanship and are often considered collectible items. They are produced in limited quantities, which can make them difficult to find and highly sought after by collectors.
Today, still in operation, Bucherer offers a wide range of watches, including classic dress watches, sports watches, and limited-edition models. The brand is known for its attention to detail, innovative designs, and use of high-quality materials such as gold, platinum, and diamonds.
In addition to watches, Bucherer also produces luxury jewelry and operates a chain of high-end watch and jewelry stores throughout Europe. The company is committed to sustainability and has implemented several initiatives to reduce its carbon footprint and promote ethical sourcing.
Today, we have a super cool piece, it is a vintage Bucherer clock-lighter in the original Bucherer display box. Yes! It is a real ligther with a manual wind Swiss made watch. Recently serviced watch, works fine, keeps time.
Made by Foska in the 1970s, this butane gas lighter features a gold-tone textured brick-shaped body with an integrated clock. The body is double marked with the number 0190137. The body is also signed Swiss and Foska.
Lighter will need to be flilled to get running again.
It has a Bucherer manual watch in it, 17 jewels, Swiss made. The original sunburst champagne dial with black/gold hour marks and gold matching hands. The dial is signed with the Bucherer name and logo.
It is in LOVERY condition. Runs very well and keeps great time!
Thank you for looking! Please feel free to contact us with any questions, or respectful offers.
Case Dimensions 30x60
Case with Crown 31.7
Case Thickness 14
The condition is pre-owned.
The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear but is fully operational and functions as intended.
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It will be carefully packed.
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Please be aware that the item you are bidding on or purchasing is a VINTAGE item. If this item is a watch, unless otherwise noted, it is keeping accurate time over a 2–4-hour time period. We specialize in watches that are 20-100 years old, and as such, these items are previously worn, and the quality of the item WILL reflect that. Expect for a vintage timepiece to have blemishes... this is part of what gives these amazing pieces their charm. Further, unless a watch specifically says that it has been recently serviced, expect that at some point in time, this timepiece will need a professional servicing in order to run and keep excellent time, which is also part of the experience of owning any mechanical watch. If an extremely accurate, worry-free experience is what you are seeking, we would recommend purchasing a new quartz watch. Very few, if any, vintage watches will keep as accurate time as a modern quartz watch.
We do our absolute best to take accurate photographs of our items and to show any blemishes.
Examples of common characteristics of a vintage timepiece are:
-imperfections on the crystal
-imperfections on case
-imperfections on the lugs
-unless stated that the strap is new, the leather is often quite old and may need replacing in the future
-metal bracelets may not include all of the links that the watch originally may have come with, but can be replaced with a bracelet or strap of your choosing
If the item is a piece of vintage jewelry, be aware that the item may have some minor blemishes such as:
-missing stones (view photos, we will NEVER photoshop in a missing stone or piece)
-minor scratches or discoloration
-fading of plating
-fading of paint
We do our best to take accurate photos and provide accurate descriptions. Please take time to view our high-resolution photos of the item, and please ask any questions you may have prior to placing your bid. We want this purchasing experience to be pleasant and surprise-free. Vintage and antique items, unless "new old stock", have been around the block a time or two.
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