JLC Memovox question

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    JLC Memovox question

    I have long been interested in a JLC memovox. I have seen them become available from time to time in stainless steel but never in gold. Can anyone tell me if the memovox was available in rose gold?? If so, was it plated or solid gold??

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    Re: JLC Memovox question

    Quote Originally Posted by GregS View Post
    I have long been interested in a JLC memovox. I have seen them become available from time to time in stainless steel but never in gold. Can anyone tell me if the memovox was available in rose gold?? If so, was it plated or solid gold??

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    Greg
    While I've never seen one in rose gold, I've bought a number of them both in 14K and 18K gold, as well as in 10K rolled gold plate.

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    Re: JLC Memovox question

    There is a (German) book on wrist alarms and that shows several examples of the Memovox - but all are steel, gold plated or yellow gold. I do know that the more recent ones (10-15 years old) are available in rose gold, but that may not be what you are looking for.....

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    Re: JLC Memovox question

    Quote Originally Posted by GregS View Post
    I have long been interested in a JLC memovox. I have seen them become available from time to time in stainless steel but never in gold. Can anyone tell me if the memovox was available in rose gold?? If so, was it plated or solid gold??

    Thanks!!
    Greg
    Rose Gold is currently undergoing a popularity surge. Other than in current models, the colour is fairly rare.
    "Forever is composed of nows." - Emily Dickinson

    "The watch has to be surrounded by a history.
    You need more than just a great design. You need to create an atmosphere around the product.
    Who is the company behind it? Why are they using this material?
    People need to be able to identify the watch with themselves. It's based on emotion." - Ralph Furter

    ...that's just my opinion and I've been wrong before and will be again and might be now!

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    Re: JLC Memovox question

    There are plenty of variations on Memovox case material. In the US market, they were offered in 10K YGF with or without stainless casebacks, all stainless, or 14K solid gold. They came in 18K capped with a steel back, all stainless, thick gold plated - 80(?) microns, 9K British variations, and finally 18K yellow and pink gold. The rarest are the 9K versions. Apparently records exist of them being made but I've never seen one offered anywhere. I've also never seen a pink one, even in pictures.

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