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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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    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 Colinīs talkinī ībout is in the US as well...I sent it thereB-)
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