Heritor Frederick Automatic Watch

Heritor Frederick Automatic Watch

bookmark_border
Where's the price?
To negotiate the best possible price for our customers, we agree to hide prices prior to logging in.
94 Sold
Product Description
Sporting a handsome rectangular case design, the Heritor Frederick is sized for most wrists and primed for nice occasions. Blending traditional elements with more modern touches, the dial features markers in increments of five that collect under a large Roman numeral at the 12 o’clock position Read More

search
close
RayF
25871
Jan 16, 2021
search
This Heritor Frederick is virtually identical to these pricey Cartier Tanks--you'll hardly notice the difference ;- )
(Edited)
JAone
932
Jan 17, 2021
Those guys look like low end copies with printed dial faces!! So they must be genuine!
Jojosen
79
Jan 13, 2021
It has a classic look, but a bit too thick. Seagull movement is made and designed in China...so, well, ah, eh. Seagull dated back to Mao's time. Dressy enough as my son's work watch. But it's not a Tank, of course, and no way I will buy him one either. LOL. BTW, the best looking one is with a silver gullioche dial.
(Edited)
JAone
932
Jan 11, 2021
56 in 18 hours, this one will sell through real quick!!!
dnaman
68
Jan 11, 2021
What is the word on the movement? Hand wind? Well made? Easy to get serviced?
Don’t worry about servicing costs, as you’ll never get this watch serviced. When it breaks, which it will, you’ll throw it out into the trash where it always belonged. Even with base ETA & Selitta movements, it’s usually cheaper to just replace the movement entirely than to dissemble and replace individual parts. With cheap chicom crud like this, you’d have to find the anonymous movement used, and order it. You’d then have to find a watchmaker willing to work on it. Total cost would be 2-3x the price of the watch. At least with japanese movements, you can order the movement online for ~$50-$75 and swap it out. Stop buying cheap disposable watches from China. You’re welcome.
DsS123
207
Jan 11, 2021
Still better than the Philip Stein.
hyperlemon
4
Jan 10, 2021
So what’s the deal with these sea gull movement?
DsS123
207
Jan 11, 2021
It’s cheap and disposable. If you read the complete tear down thread linked in the wus thread I posted, the overall assessment is that the sea gull movement is fine and parts are largely interchangeable. Personally I don’t trust that seagull is using quality materials and I would rather spend my money on something else. A cheap Tissot with an ETA movement will hold value for decades (not saying it’s an investment, it’s a depreciating asset, but there will always be demand). This watch is worth exactly $0 except for its worth as a fashion accessory.
(Edited)
wrrice
21
Jan 14, 2021
A cheap Tissot with ETA movement will only retain any value if you spend many times the buying price getting it serviced. In reality all watches made today are disposable unless you just change out the movement instead of servicing.
jvandenbaar
1
Jan 10, 2021
Does this movement have handwinding?
roamy360
98
Jan 10, 2021
Leaving my options open for this Heritor Tank. Square and rectangular watches always wear and look bigger on the wrist. Is that a slight curve to the caseback? It could make the watch wear thinner than the stated 12 mm. Not sure there is any way to judge this watch objectively without putting it on the wrist. Price seems good and Seagull movements aren't the worst. This watch could end up being a fast flip but there isn't much to lose. I may have just talked myself into this watch. Damn, not again!
JAone
932
Jan 11, 2021
You are not alone; I feel exactly the same. Just procrastinating about the order.I will probably look at it many times, then miss it as sold through!!! Nah; I ordered it!
(Edited)
bigred25929
183
Jan 10, 2021
32mm case width? If your wrist is larger than 5 inches this will look like an ant on your wrist!
(Edited)
QenefGomari
4
Jan 10, 2021
You’re thinking round watch dimensions. 32mm for a “tank” style is right on.
bigred25929
183
Jan 10, 2021
I've never owned a tank style so I don't understand the square dimensions I guess lol
mlstein
11
Jan 10, 2021
Jomashop has these for $800. I'll never complain again about Drop showing inflated MSRPs... (OK, I will). BTW, they're 12 mm thick.
jontpt
127
Jan 10, 2021
Jomashop's on drugs with this one. $99 is a decent price, but 12mm thick for a dress watch of this style is also drug-related. They would have been better off going with quartz than the $15 Chinese automatic mvmt.; could have significantly reduced the height.
JAone
932
Jan 12, 2021
Jomashop have got the good drugs!! They state that the original RRP. was $1400 usd. I know we all think that a group of these online retailers are somehow business related or in collusion: but 94% discount of RRP.!!!!!!! Even the Heritor site records them at retail $349 usd. which is inline with Drop. Maybe Jomashop did a deal a while back when Heritor first released the watch, or maybe they are lying!
(Edited)
Showing 24 of 55
keyboard_arrow_up
Newest
55 OF 55 POSTS
Mar 3, 2021
keyboard_arrow_down
Oldest