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Monday 18th September

Post by Elwood on Mon Sep 18 2017, 12:10

Chronographe Suisse today
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Re: Monday 18th September

Post by domecurb on Mon Sep 18 2017, 13:04

@Elwood wrote:Chronographe Suisse today

blimey that could be a Brietling, very nice


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Re: Monday 18th September

Post by domecurb on Mon Sep 18 2017, 13:07

a change for me today,
ARAGON EVO 45mm


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Re: Monday 18th September

Post by Elwood on Mon Sep 18 2017, 15:20

I am pretty sure the movement is a Valjoux 7750, the same as a Breitling I believe. The movement is worth more than the watch!

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Post by domecurb on Mon Sep 18 2017, 15:31

@Elwood wrote:Chronographe Suisse today

it probably is a rebranded Brietling. a lot of that went on back then........look at this Breitling, its even got the same handset


infact its even the same dial, just the lume markers are different Shocked


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Re: Monday 18th September

Post by Elwood on Mon Sep 18 2017, 15:49

That's pretty interesting. Chronographe Suisse specialised in putting together old movements, cases and dials with their own branding so it makes sense.

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Post by domecurb on Mon Sep 18 2017, 16:08

@Elwood wrote:That's pretty interesting. Chronographe Suisse specialised in putting together old movements, cases and dials with their own branding so it makes sense.

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i have a modern Filla chronograph thats very near identical to the Brietling jupitor Pilot
same movement dial and hands and a very similar case



different colour scheme

Breitling


both Swiss running the high end Miyota 3s10
amazing what you can find Very Happy



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