Ultra thin titus geneve

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    Ultra thin titus geneve

    I have a Titus Geneve and am perplexed that a watch of this quality is so difficult to find information on so thought I would simply ask if this is in the wron forum please forgive.

    Does anyone out there know the model and year of manufacture or indeed do you have one would love to know

    Thickness without glass 3.5 mm with glass dome just shy of 7mm diameter 35 mm
    two tone gold color back highly crome infact you can make out the reflected lens in image sorry.
    Mechanical hand wind cannot find a movement number. number on inside of case is 16230 and on the outside of the case 6054 well tahts about all the information apart from the fact that it actually keeps excellent time.
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    Thanking you all in anticipation tel

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    Re: Ultra thin titus geneve

    Post moved to the more suitable forum.

    My guess: late 60ties, 70ties. Typical watch for those good ol' times.
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    Re: Ultra thin titus geneve

    Nice watch. I'd go along with Mike's assessment. One reason why it's so slim is the lack of a seconds hand. Even then, 7mm with date is slim and was characteristic of the end of the sixties onwards (into the eighties). In case you didn't know, Solvil & Titus was a brand of Paul Ditisheim who had several other subbrands (e.g. Ditis).

    Hartmut Richter

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    Re: Ultra thin titus geneve

    Thank you Mike and Hartmut, for your construtive comments I am of the opinion that Titus watches are under-rated not sure why there is no question that this particular watch is of excellent and understated quality If this were automatic then it would have been my perfect watch.

    Tel

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