As of October 2014, most Benrus watches are being offered for sale for between $85 and $1000. The price depends on several factors, including the model of the watch and its condition.Know More
The Benrus Watch Company was founded in 1921 by three brothers. The watches were intended to be moderately priced for the common man. Originally they were manufactured in Switzerland, although the company was based in Manhattan.
Benrus watches that were manufactured in the 1940s were unique and exaggerated in design. In the early 1950s the watches sold for $24.75 to $71.50. By the late 1960s cheaper Timex watches, and quartz movement watches in general, had taken over the watch market. The company eventually filed for bankruptcy in 1977.Learn more about Watches
An automatic watch is a mechanical timepiece that has a mainspring wound automatically due to the natural motion of the wearer's arm. This natural movement of the wearer provides energy to the self-winding watch to run without any manual winding required.Full Answer >
A hologram watch is a watch that projects the time into the air rather than onto the face of the watch. There are several different designs of hologram watches, but one of the most popular designs looks like a bracelet that doesn't make a complete circle. On these wrist watches, the time is projected into the empty space between the two sides of the bracelet.Full Answer >
Remove the spring bar on an adjustable watch band to gain access to the pins holding links together. Take out a pin to remove a link, and then rejoin the pieces. You need a bradawl or other thin, pointed object to remove the pin, long-nosed pliers, a craft hammer and material to cushion the bracelet. Removing the link takes less than 30 minutes.Full Answer >
Fossil watch instructions are instructions that tell owners how to set and use a Fossil watch. The official Fossil webpage offers instruction for the company's watches in multiple languages.Full Answer >