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Wristwatches1738 of 1762Wittnauer Lady revue1947 Gruen Veri-Thin
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Posted 7 years ago


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Hi bought this for my dad over 30 years ago it cost me at the time £108 it still works as well as the day he got it he has gone now but i still have the watch but i dont know the name of it any body help i have looked at 100s of pics on line but no luck
Cheers Gary

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  1. Conny, 7 years ago
    Maybe a Wittnauer, saw a watch like this on with the name Wittnauer
  2. Savoychina1 Savoychina1, 7 years ago

    Perhaps they could help you.
  3. baaabsstuff baaabsstuff, 7 years ago
    It kinda reminds me of the original PULSAR watch, mid 1970, USA. Very similar, anyway.
  4. caretaker, 7 years ago
    Hi i bought this for my dad in 1974 so the date is in the right place i am stlll researching t but its hard work but i will keep going cheers for the replys
  5. Conny, 7 years ago
    Send a copy with the question to
    Pulsar - Hamilton & Omega LED Watch repair and service centre
    Pulsar LED Time
    109 Booth Road
    London NW9 5JU

    Tel: 00-44-(0)7905-671741

    Maybe they know
  6. baaabsstuff baaabsstuff, 7 years ago
    I just Googled Pulsar and it isn't what you have, but interesting just the same. It isn't the Pulsar you can but now that I was thinking of.
  7. caretaker, 7 years ago

    It looks like this one i am now trying to research acousticon led now it has a number in side the watch 040484
    Cheers Gary
  8. Jonny LedHead, 7 years ago

    I have one pretty much the same, but with 2 buttons (2o'clock 8o'clock). I have several LED watches, inlcuding Pulsars, GP, Omega, Wittnauer etc. It is none of these. The one I have is in almost new condition (save for corrosion on the back)and in, what I believe to be the original box. The box is branded "Goldex". The clasp has an embossed "G". It is a good looking watch - some one must have been the first and others copied.

    I have always been of the opinion that my watch is one of the ones from towards the end of the (all too short!) lifetime of the LED watch. 1974 may have been the start of the end, and the move from specialist and exclusive to more mass market? There were thousands of modules soon being made cheaply in Hong Kong and Singapore and branded by allsorts of companies the World over. In fact, many of them had no brand at all (as mine and yours), other than on the box.

    All that said - I have boxes of long dead "branded" LEDs (many of which contain the modules made by companies other than the brands, like Omega LEDs).....but my version similar to yours works well and LEDs burn brightly! I do not have a maker on the module - from memory, it looks to me of the same style of two that I know. National Semiconductor or Frontier. Both of these made modules for watches not marketed under their own name (eg Frontier for Omega after they fell out with Hamilton-Pulsar; and NS modules are found in the classic LIP Tallon Mach 2000 amongst others). The Hughes Aircraft company made modules for lots of brands including CompuChron etc.

    I am not an expert, do not have museum pieces..... merely a lover of these watches on my wrist.

    Hope this helps. J
  9. Mick, 7 years ago
    Ask the experts!
  10. Vincent, 7 years ago
    it is a compuchron from 1973/74 made by Huges Aircraft.
  11. kaven, 6 years ago
    whether is the led watch, looks like this one
  12. justme45, 5 years ago
    I got this exact watch 33 years ago.
    It is a SEIKO. I am sure of it.
  13. antiquerose antiquerose, 4 years ago

    My dad had one too.....pretty sure SEIKO also......

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