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Constantin Weisz Gold plated Gent's Automatic 20 jewels wrist watch milanese bracelet

Regular price
£499.00 GBP
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£499.00 GBP

Made in Germany
Constantin Weisz is a great addition to the collection. Containing 20 jewels and water-resistant up to 50m, its a practical and beautifully crafted timepiece. With a stunning dial design and all in stainless steel, its functionality matches the clever craftsmanship.
The automatic men's watch by CONSTANTIN WEISZ is in Gold plated 316L stainless steel, is a fantastic first-class eyecatcher.

Description:
Automatic Movement TY2708 - 20 Jewels
Rose Gold IP Plated All Stainless Steel Case
Fluted Crown
Mineral Crystal Glass
Rose Gold IP Plated Stainless Steel Bracelet
Water resistance: 5ATM – Water Resistant to 5ATM / 50 Metres / 164FT – Will withstand shallow swimming but not diving, snorkelling or water sports.
Functions: Hours, Minutes, Seconds & Double Open Heart
Case diameter: 42mm
Case depth: 12mm
Strap length: 215mm
Strap width: 22mm
watch weight: 132 g
Elevator: automatic

Great collectable gift idea
Complications: New Old Stock (come in original case with documents and card)

Story:
Constantin Weisz Watches - this is a German company based in picturesque Cologne, just meters away from the Rhine.
Constantin Weisz - high-tech meets tradition.
Only Constantin Weisz can offer you: on the one hand, modern casings fashioned using cnc techniques, with laser-cut hands and indices. On the other hand, patinated marvels showcasing the art of the watchmaker. This is something quite exceptional.
We offer "new old stock" - historical - yet new - watch movements. That might sound like a contradiction, but it isn’t. We have watch movements that date from between 1920 and the turn of the century – produced by traditional Swiss manufacturers, such as Adolph Schild, Unitas, Fleurier, Venus, to name but a few. So come with us, as we dive back into the glory days of the Swiss watch industry and bring a piece of history back to life.
In Short - Constantin Weisz is not just a watch - It's a sample of watch history.