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    Lemania Military Watch

    Request information about Lemania movement No. 163898 Calibre No. 3060 manufactured 1965 and issued to Royal Navy as Dive Supervisor's watch.
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    Jack

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    Re: Lemania Military Watch

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Case View Post
    Request information about Lemania movement No. 163898 Calibre No. 3060 manufactured 1965 and issued to Royal Navy as Dive Supervisor's watch.
    Thanks
    Jack
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    Re: Lemania Military Watch

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    Sorry, I don't understand this reply ????. I really would appreciate some help on this one please
    Jack

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    Re: Lemania Military Watch

    Winds Counter Clockwise, 17 Jewel, automatic movement. That's about all I know.
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    As long as you follow those simple rules - you shouldn't listen to anyone about your watches.


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    Re: Lemania Military Watch

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Case View Post
    Sorry, I don't understand this reply ????. I really would appreciate some help on this one please
    Jack
    Well,
    If you already know that your Lemania movement 3060 , no. 163898 Calibre No. 3060 was manufactured in 1965 and issued to Royal Navy as a Dive Supervisor's watch you probably know more then most of us here.
    So I didn´t know what additional information you wanted to know.

    The Lemania watches I have seen so far with a cal. 3060 have been all dress watches, I remember no diver´s watches with this movement but you can´t know them all.
    The movement cal. 3060 was fitted with a screw balance which ensured a good timekeeping.


    There was a black dialed Lemania diver´s watch named Benthos 1, rated wr up to 1000m. There was a Benthos 500 to, rated wr 500m. The watch was also known with the mark AQUASTAR. Google will lead you to some sources (Roger Ruegger - Dive into watches - is one of the best).


    There have been some officialy issued chrono watches from Lemania (e.g. South African Airforce).

    Maybe a pic of the movement and watch could bring us a step further.

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