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Andrew Babanin

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Electric watches from my tiny collection

Post17 Apr 2016, 01:14

I like electric watches, have got a few in my tiny collection.

Electric watches with contact system:

Eastern Germany

RUHLA UMF 25 The coil on the balance wheel, just soldered, not glued in.

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PUW1001 (Porta Uhrenfabrik Wehner KG) from Western Germany .


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Timex 861 - on base of Laco-Durowe. I like to wear it from time to time.

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Landeron 4751. The coil is mounted in white plastic part, not on the rim of balance wheel. Landeron was a part of ESA, it's the first swiss

electric watch.


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Watches with transistored operation


ESA 9158


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ESA 9150

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ESA9200 Ladies caliber in pack


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Soviet calibers

Russian copy of Hamilton 500. 114ChN - produced in 1961-1964

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Old button cell. The case is milled on the lathe!!!


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Russian copy of Bulova 214 - Slava Transistor 2937. Years of production 1964-1972

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Russian prototype watch with no contacts (with transistor operation). Still based on Hamilton 500. Hadn't been under mass production. Just a few

were produced by NII (Timing institute) for cosmonauts.

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Luch stopped recearch of Hamilton based movt and had produced well done copy of Junghans 600 - Luch 3045

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Caliber 3055 - designed in USSR - operated by quartz resonator.

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Re: Electric watches from my tiny collection

Post18 Apr 2016, 20:44

nice collection, especially the vintage soviet ones!
Some of mine
My 3055 from 1982
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My Ricoh with Hamilton movement, I have to repair the cannon pinion and make new pictures
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(I've also got a Hamilton Railroad with swan's neck regulator waiting to be repaired, no pics yet :( )

My LIP Nautic-Ski with the R184 movement.
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The very obscure Rubina quartz.
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My nice green EL370
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(pre cleaning picture sorry)
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Zodiac Spacetronic with ESA 9150
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Jules Jurgensen with ESA 9157
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Tissot with ESA 9150 (needs repairs again)
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Wittnauer with ESA 9150 with crappy case, used for parts, but I really like the dial :)
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Timex electric, can't find front picture...
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Very early model EL370
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Rado Newtronic again with ESA 9150 :)
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Re: Electric watches from my tiny collection

Post20 Apr 2016, 22:10

wow guys....it's like christmas...super shots...thx...i've seen some nice ones passing here.

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