It's just about flea market season where I live and I hit up the local big one on Sunday. At one stall there was a big box of watches, I spent about five minutes digging through old lcd and Quartz pieces looking for something good. This one was down the bottom and caught my eye immediately. Ended up giving the guy a buck for it and another watch my brother wanted.
The watch itself is quite the looker. The all steel case is in very good condition with harly any scratches. The crystal was nice but I gave it a little polish. The case back is odd where you unscrew the smaller part for the battery and it is completely cut off from the movement. The movement by the way is a Landeron 4750 with Incabloc and 13 jewels. It was the first swiss Electric movement produced. To my surprise it started right up and is keeping great time.
I can't seem to find much about the company so any info is appreciated. Here are some pics,