Universal Geneve
Universal Geneve
Polerouter
Category:Universal Geneve

A beautiful "classic" no date Polerouter, dated inside back cover 11.65 (serial 2325911). Microtor caliber 69. 35mm. Lug width 19. This one shines!

NOK18750

Steel oversize dresswatch
Category:Universal Geneve

Smashing watch in the "Calatrava" style! Rose gold markers, hands and logo on cream dial. Uncluttered elegance, 1950s. Cal 1200. 19mm lug width, 36mm diameter.

NOK 9000

Polerouter
Category:Universal Geneve

Steel Polerouter, ca 1955. Wrong case, dial and logo? Dirty 138SS bumper automatic - it has been sent to service and cleaning. However, anyone who can comment on this specimen are welcome. 

Ladies automatic
Category:Universal Geneve

This ladies size steel automatic is NOS (new old stock), ca 1975. Diplomat G. Lizard strap with UG buckle. #3490272, ref 828608. 22mm

NOK1875

Steel watch
Category:Universal Geneve

Rare automatic, NOS, monoque case, caliber 6568-07, "Super-microtor", #2254129, ref 235101-4, 34mm, ca 1965

NOK9000

1950's gents steel
Category:Universal Geneve

An old beater, but a genuine, all original, manual Universal Geneve. 32mm. Ca 1955. Sold as is. Runs and keeps time. For an overhaul add NOK2000.

NOK3000

Polerouter Super
Category:Universal Geneve

Rare, steel "Polerouter Super" Automatic, big (diver) crown, Condition 9/10, 20mm between lugs ca 1967. 35,6 mm. Article 20150004

NOK22500

White Shadow blue dial
Category:Universal Geneve

Men's steel, Ultra-slim, Automatic (Microtor-cal 2-66) 25 jewels, adj. 2 positions. As new. ca 1974. 31,75x 34,5mm. case no. 866049 3511664. Article 20140012

NOK18750


Similiar to Patek Philippe Ellipse. "Universal Genève has inspired and shaped the face of watch industry from our very first wrist Chronograph in 1917.
- "the creator of chronographs" Innovation and the pursuit of technical excellence has driven Universal Genève to create landmark time pieces - the famous "Tri Compax" was nicknamed "the Glorious" by the Swiss watch industry in admiration of the craftsmanship and technological advances it represented. The Worlds slimmest automatic watch movement - the "Calibre 66" - with a depth of only 2.5mm, unveiled in 1966 is still to this day without equal." Integrated, easy adjust bracelet .

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