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    Citizen Leopard pocket?

    Anyone ever seen one of these?

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    Re: Citizen Leopard pocket?

    Can't say that I ever have. Do you have a picture?

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    Re: Citizen Leopard pocket?

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    Appears to be a hi-beat automatic pocket watch.....
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    Re: Citizen Leopard pocket?

    Indeed it does. The movement is definitely a wrist watch movement and since the watch isn't much bigger than the movement, it is really a wrist watch for the lapel or pocket. I wonder how efficient the winding will be in either place.....

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    Re: Citizen Leopard pocket?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hartmut Richter View Post
    Indeed it does. The movement is definitely a wrist watch movement and since the watch isn't much bigger than the movement, it is really a wrist watch for the lapel or pocket. I wonder how efficient the winding will be in either place...
    I have been using an Eterna-matic Golfer in my pants pocket for the last ten days or so. It has a reserve of 48 hours, and hasn’t left me without time until now. Wikipædia says the first automatic movents where pocket ones in the late XVIII century, and that tests then determined fifteen minutes walking sufficed for a charge, which I assume lasted for 24 hours then.

    It seems to me automatic pocket watches are less rare than I initially thought. Besides my Eterna-matic Golfer and the Citizen Leopart pocket watch, I just found a 1956 Tissot Visodate in eBay; and I once saw an IWC, supposed to be a prototype. Not to mention the UR Werk 1001 beast, obviously, and the XVIII and XIX pieces such as the 1890 Perpetuale.
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