Was wearing my Nivada (cal. Valjoux 23) today

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    Was wearing my Nivada (cal. Valjoux 23) today

    I am not wearing my vintage watches very often but today I couldn´t resist:


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    Re: Was wearing my Nivada (cal. Valjoux 23) today

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    Re: Was wearing my Nivada (cal. Valjoux 23) today

    Very nice example, I have to admit, even if I don't like diver bezels too much.

    What's inside: a 7733 or still a 7730 , or something totally different?

    Cheers,

    Axel

    Sorry, just read it now: a 23! oopps!

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    Re: Was wearing my Nivada (cal. Valjoux 23) today

    Quote Originally Posted by Axel66 View Post
    Very nice example, I have to admit, even if I don't like diver bezels too much.

    What's inside: a 7733 or still a 7730 , or something totally different?

    Cheers,

    Axel

    Sorry, just read it now: a 23! oopps!
    Yep, there have been some with Valjoux 72 which is still missing in my collection but you can´t have em all.

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    Re: Was wearing my Nivada (cal. Valjoux 23) today

    Classic,

    Love the 12 hour addition to the bezel as it makes a dual time zoner. If you pay close attention to the pusher placement you will see it is a Valjoux 23/72 family plus derivatives (724,724,230 and etc) The lower pusher at the 4:00 is further away from the centre winding stem than the upper.

    I use this as a determination when purchasing a chronograph and cannot get the back off and do not know the movement type. The 77xx versions and derivatives have equadistant pusher distances to the stem as do the Venus and Landerons (as a general rule). The valjoux family 23,72 have this particular arrangement and distance to stem.

    Cheers, Geoff

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