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    Question Dugena watches

    Does anyone have any info on Dugena watches? There is a Dugena Seatech for sale on the sales forum that I really like the look of. The seller says it is a swiss auto, but I am having a hard time finding any info on the watch at all . The website is in German, and I can't find the technical specs page. If anyone knows anything about the watch, I would be very grateful.
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    Re: Dugena watches

    Dugena is a German watch company that was founded over 100 years ago. The Sea Tech being sold in the Sales Corner is the automatic version. I checked their web site, but they don't offer much information. It just states that it has an unidirectional bezel, screw-down crown, and has a depth rating of 200M. If its automatic movement is of Swiss origin, it's undoubtedly the workhorse 2824-2. It's retail price is listed as 179 EUR or around $230 at today's exchange rate. That doesn't make the asking price of the pre-owned one you're looking at too attractive in my book.
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    Wink Re: Dugena watches

    I was the previous owner of that watch and it is in very good condition...maybe you should make an offer to James concerning the priceB-)
    Even a broken watch shows the correct time twice a day

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    Re: Dugena watches

    Quote Originally Posted by rescue diver
    I was the previous owner of that watch and it is in very good condition...maybe you should make an offer to James concerning the priceB-)
    Rescue diver, can you confirm what kind of movement the watch has? The ad says swiss movement, but the watch looks almost identical to the Trias diver, which has a Miyota.
    Also, is the crystal really sapphire?
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    Lightbulb Re: Dugena watches

    Hi all,

    I just gave Dugena a phone call:

    1. The crystal is mineral glass

    2. The movement is a Citizen CIT 820

    Hope this helpsB-)
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    Re: Dugena watches

    I bought the one on the sales forum. Price was attractive to me because it was in the USA already.

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    Smile Re: Dugena watches

    Quote Originally Posted by huze24
    I bought the one on the sales forum. Price was attractive to me because it was in the USA already.
    The watch Colin´s talkin´ ´bout is in the US as well...I sent it thereB-)
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