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Updated last...11/12/2018

Hello fellow Accutron collectors. Below you will find an assortment of some of the best Accutron Spaceview and Accutron Astronaut watches available on the web. I'm damn proud of my repair and restoration capabilities, so I offer a one year warranty on all of my Accutrons, as if they were new. Of course you can find less expensive Accutron Spaceview and Accutron Astronaut watches on Ebay, and if you are lucky they might even work...for awhile. Factor in the cost of a complete restoration with the purchase price and the cost for replacement parts and you will likely end up paying more for your Accutron than one of the watches below will cost you, not to mention a lengthy (up to 6 months) turnaround time. There are only a couple of persons outside of myself with the ability to make an Accutron look as good as it did when it left the factory. Purchasing one of the watches below will get you one of the best available. Oftentimes you will also have one of the rarest since I tend to concentrate on restoration of some of the harder to find models in the very best of condition.

 

1969, M9, 14k Accutron 2182, day/date, impeccable condition and timing wonderfully. You will not find one like this in better condition with a beautiful Accutron strap, too. Someone was wearing this beauty the year we landed on the moon!!!, $995, #1056

1973, N3, Accutron Accquartz...absolutely new old stock and keeping excellent time. It's near impossible to find a true new old stock piece, so this one is worthy of any collection, $895, #1040

  Rare Accutron tuning fork counter display, $595, #1041
  Accutron clock in incredible serviced condition, $795, #1042
  EXTREMELY RARE, Accutron jewelers display, approximately 8" diameter, shaped like an alpha and only made in '61 for jewlers willing to spend a bit on a beautiful display. I've never seen its like and I've seen everything Accutron related. Only a true collector would appreciate this piece as much as myself. I picked it up from a lifelong Accutron collector who has had it stored away for 50 years . It lights and then flashes ever few seconds. When it flashes, the dial changes from a dialed Alpha into a Spaceview Alpha. $2495, #1043....display movie
  Accutron Christmas watch display. I've not seen one of these before either, so it's rare, to say the least...for a true Accutron collector. There are 4 in the group...see last photo, $495, #1044
  Accutron watch displays, $100, #1045
  4-Accutron watch display. I've seen some displays but none quite like this one, $395, #1046
  6-Accutron watch display, another rarity, $495, #1047
  16-Accutron watch display. A big collector would love this rare piece for all of his Accutrons. Also incuded is the tuning fork and metal display. Put an Accutron inside of it, too...rarely seen, $795, #1048
  Wood Accutron display and very early tuning fork display to contain an Accutron, $595, #1049
  Accutron tuning fork display, very rare, $395, #1050
  Accutron "rope" spaceview clock, in incredible serviced condition, $995, #1051
  Accutron standing spaceview clock in incredible serviced condition, $995, #1052
  Accutron mini spaceview clock in incredible serviced condition, $795, #1053
  Accutron mini pedestal spaceview clock in incredible serviced condition, $895, #1054
  Accutron spaceview clock in incredible serviced condition, $895, #1055
M0, 1960, 14k Accutron Alpha, from the first two months of production and outside of an 18 Astro or a platinum, definitely the hardest Accutron to find. If you know Accutrons, you'll know that finding an MO is near impossible, especially in a condition like this. On a scale of 10, it's pushing extremely close to that and has an original Accutron leather alligator band to boot. It's meant to be the best in a collection and this one fits the bill and only the 2nd I've seen in a year...$2095, #1000

M0, 1960, 14k Accutron Alpha, from the first two months of production and decidely hard to find. I put a gold-colored movement in this one to emphasize the overall "goldness" of the piece and it is stunning. Courior launched the first repeater satelite into orbit in October 1960, and I'll bet it had an Accutron on it!...$1995, #1001

M4, 1964, Swiss Accutron Astronaut "A". Fully restored...check out that case back...keeping excellent time with a beautiful Accutron croc leather strap and tuning fork buckle...$1295, #1002

M9, 1969, Accutron Mark II Astronaut. Beautiful black California-like dial, freshly serviced...the astro Neil Armstrong wished he had received instead of his Astro A"...$995, #1003
M4, 1964, Accutron Spaceview with solid 14k bezel ring on steel case. The ring is a beautiful accent to a stunning spaceview, freshly serviced, with a black lizard Accutron band and fork buckle, $895, #1004, SOLD
M1, 1961, White Gold, Accutron Alpha Spaceview. So much rarer than the  yellow gold model. I'd say 1 in a hundred. And this one looks practically new and has been fully serviced. I can promise you, finding another out there is near impossible. The height of an Accutron collection. And it has a beautiful black croc band with a butterfly deployant buckle...$1995, #1005, reduced $1895
M6, 1966, Accutron, gold-filled and steel 214 in impeccable condition. Not a spaceview, but amongst the best otherwise and very affordable. Also with an early ad bracelet in fantastic condition. $795, #1006
  M7, 1967, Accutron Astronaut "A" with a beautiful full length Champion Bullet Bracelet. Fully serviced. Also, an extremely uncommon silver dial. As sharp as any of the best in the world, too!!!, $1795, SOLD
M9, 1969, Accutron Astronaut "A" with a beautiful full length Kreisler Coffin Link bracelet. Fully serviced.  Look at the photos closely. This one is immaculate and practically mint. None finer...$1795, SOLD
M6, 1966, Accutron Spaceview, solid 14k bezel ring, steel case, Accutron black strap, fully serviced and restored. Look closely at the photos and you'll see that pyhsically it's immacuate and it's timing great, $750, #1007

N0, 1970, Accutron Cushion Chapter Ring, Gold Electroplate Spaceview w/Acctron band and fork bucke...it has a few small marks but is in overall fantastic condition and freshly serviced. Priced to sell quickly, too...$795, reduced $600, #1008

N3, 1973, Accutron Chapter Ring Spaceview/Acctron band and fork bucke...I can promise you there are none in better condition, fully restored and movement serviced. A+++. Look at another Accutron site and see what they are selling them for. This one is a deal!!! $995, reduced SOLD
14k Yellow Gold, Accutron Center Lug w/Acctron band and fork bucke...florentined bezel, too, so uncommon, fully restored, $1795, #1010
1972, Steel Accutron Chapter Ring Spaceview, very unusual ring, fully restored, accutron signed leather strap and buckle...$895, #1011, SOLD
Steel, Accutron Snorkel, freshly serviced and in fantastic condition with an Accutron leather band. Just a few little desk marks from sliding around on my desk but very hard to see...$695, #1012, SOLD
M7, 1967, gold filled and steel, black dial Accutron 214...striking and fully serviced. Priced to sell, ower than most, for a good friend of mine, who wanted me to sell it for less than I would normally ask...SOLD
 
N2, 1972, gold filled Accutron 218...fully restored and timing great after service. Also with a beautiful Accutron strap and logo applique. The 2nd I'm selling for a friend who wanted me to sell it for less than I would normally ask, $395. Buy one on ebay and you'll need to have it serviced, but this one is ready to wear now!!!, #1013
M9 1969, steel Accutron Astronaut "A" with mini coffin link bracelet, freshly serviced,
$1495, SOLD
M2, 1962, 14k Accutron Alpha w/like leather band and fork buckle. Stunning and freshly serviced, $1895, #1014, SOLD

M8, 1968 Gold Filled and Steel, Accutron Spaceview case, fully restored and ready for a movement, $250, #1016

N6, 1976 Steel Accutron Spaceview case, like new and ready for a movement to save you dollars by adding movement, $250, #1017

14k Accutron TV Case, 1960, first two months of Accutron production and comparatively rare, absolutely beautiful with an Accutron leather band and a Bulova buckle. There are a couple of glares in the first photo, but the dial is absolutely perfect, $2195, #1018

14k Accutron 218 with Accutron leather band, and coveted 100 buckle, $895, #1019

14k Accutron 218 with Roman bezel and Accutron leather band, $1095, #1020, SOLD

Rare Accutron 218 Spaceview with Accutron leather band, $1095, #1021

All black bezel, Swiss Accutron Astronaut with Accutron leather band. There's dust on the crystal in the photo but I'll be sure to remove that,  $995, #1022

Accutron Astronaut "A" with Champion Bullet Band, $1270, #1023, SOLD

Accutron Astronaut with rare silver dial and applied markers and Accutron bracelet, $1195, #1024

14k white gold Accutron Center Lug with Accutron shark leather band and diamond dial, $1895, #1025

Black dial Accutron 214 with Accutron braclet, slight wear on bracelet but overall in great shape $895, #1026

Gold filled Accutron 214 with diamond dial, $895, #1027

Gold filled Accutron Spacceview with Accutron leather band, $895, SOLD
Steel Accutron 218, rectangular, I' have an Accutron leather band with a fork buckle to be added, $695, #1028

Silver dial Accutron Astronaut with applied markers and Accutron band/Bulova buckle, $1495, #1029

Uncommon Accutron Spiral Lug Spaceview with a beautiful Accutron shark leather band and fork buckle, $1895, #1030

Accutron Spaceview "T" with Accutron bracelet, $1095, #1031

Rare, white dial Accutron Astronaut with applied markers and Accutron leather band, $1195, #1032

14k Accutron Spaceview Asymmetric, Accutron leather band, heaviest 14k Spaceview case, $1795, #1033

Rarest, 18k Accutron Astronaut, 18k Champion Bullet Band, near perfect and impossible to find. $20k plus for an 18k Rolex President and this one is much, much more rare, $10,095, SOLD

 

 

 
Extremely rare, before the spaceview and what made Bulova decide to make the Spaceview when customers saw this very early display, $4995, reduced $3995, #1034

Mini Accutron Spaceview clock, box, hang tag, very hard to find, $1195, #1035

New Old Stock, steel Accutron 218, still has protection film on back, $895, #1036

Likely prototype mini clock, approximately 2" tall, without the usual setting mech for a 214 as it has to be opened to set the time. It's the only one like it I've ever seen and it has been sitting in a safely deposit box for years from a huge Accutron collector, $4995, reduced $3995, #1037

Beautiful, 14k Accutron Spaceview Alpha with Accutron leather band, $1895, #1038


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$25000, reduced $15995...here's an interesting note, a 6 inch cube of platinum weighs 139lbs.
First one I've ever seen. Sure, we've heard about it but no one has ever actually held one that I've known. Have you seen another? An early newspaper article published in the Long Island Newsday in March of 1961 mentioned a $2500 platinum Accutron. I'm betting there were fewer than a dozen produced and likely only the biggest wigs of the time received one. This one's serial # is B55958 and it was manufactured in February of 1961...a month before the article was published. Can you imagine someone paying $2500 for a watch in 1961? Was there a more expensive watch from any other company at that time? First one I've ever seen. Sure, we've heard about it but no one has ever actually held one that I've known. I have it on the best of authority that only a handful were produced and only in 1961. This one is from February of 1961. I was informed, too, that it was intended for Christmas sales. And it's HEAVY!!!

Here's some info I found fascinating:, #1039

Crystal: 29.4mm
Model 2703-P
Buckle marked: irid plat, Z & F
Back of dial marked: 05-5, TRI
Case width: 32.73mm
Bracelet: integrated, heavy decorated mesh
Case back: marked at top, Plat-Irid
Inside case back has a letter "P" stamped. Printed in black ink, "945"
Crown is non-snap back
Battery hatch has spring with raised, circular center...not the earlier 3-prong
Dial: gloss black with what appears to be platinum hour markers
Total weight with dial, hands, movement, and crystal (no battery): 4.25 ounces
Total weight without dial, hands, movement, crystal, battery: 3.8 ounces


 

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Accutron RePaIR 214 & 218
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Accutron Astronaut Repair
Accutron Service &
Accutron RestoratioN

Hi, I'm Bob!

Accutron Repair - Accutron Museum - Others for Sale
Accutrons for Sale - Accutron Spaceview Repair Service

Accutron Astronauts
- Accutron Spaceviews - Sitemap
Military Watches for Sale from a fellow watch-collector
MyBob.net, P.O. Box 204, Normal, IL 61761

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