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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Hey guys, this time it’s just a short message from me, cause I need your help. Thanks to your great cooperativenes when researching the Enicar Graph watches, I was able to build up this side and a classification, that hopefully lot of you find helpful. The guide for the Graph is almost done and many …
Hey Enicaristi, thanks to new sources and more and more digitalized pictures research is easier than ever. During my Jim Clark Reference research I screened thousands of motorsport and racing pics. Luckily I didn’t just found Jim Clark related Enicar images. Some connections, like the Jim Clark and Stirling Moss ones are widely known. But …
Almost every month we see at least two or three Sherpa Graph watches for sale, that are offered as “Jim Clark”. Of course we know of the connection between Jim Clark and Enicar, but does this make every Sherpa Graph a Jim Clark? Well I say no and in this article I will tell you …