Welcome at Enicar101, the guide for all Enicar chronographs of the “Graph” series. You are maybe here, cause you have the same questions I had in 2015. As usual, I tried to google some keywords to get some knowledge about Enicar watches, but I couldn’t find a page with all info together. I was a bit confused, since all other big brands like Omega, Heuer or UG allready had great pages.
At this point I started the idea to do an own Enicar page, with all info I ever wanted to know cumulated in one place. To do this, I started a research project (thanks to everyone who helped so far!), collected all Enicar related stuff and talked to a lot of Enicar friends.
This page is the result and I hope it helps you to classify your watch regarding age or originality.
Since I learned so much from collector friends and a lot of people helped me, I’d like to thank Bernd, Klaus-Peter, Yves, Thorsten, Matthias, Max, Martijn, Lars, Patrik, Greg, Andreas and Donald.
This is a private page focussing on vintage watches and not related to the current brand Enicar (HongKong).
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When we think of military watches used in Vietnam, we think of the Seiko 6105-8110 Captain Willard, Bulova MIL-W-3818A or the Glycine Airman Special. But also Enicar watches found their way on the wrists of US soldiers through the PX stores (basically a shop for military personal only) and British forces. During the last year …
Often people ask me, what are the differences between a first execution Sherpa Graph, famously used by Stirling Moss and Jim Clark’s racing team, to the later ones and what you have to look at? Since we have see them more often in the last year than ever before, I decided to write a small …
Just recently I got all issues of the German diving magazin “Neptun”. First issued in 1960 and discontinued in 1967 it is a nice archive of diving history. In the following example of January 1961 you will find the review of an Enicar Sherpa Dive which I’d like to share with you. In short: The …