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Limited Edition Constantin Weisz Automatic 24 jewels Gold plated wrist watch with blue dial

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£699.00 GBP
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£699.00 GBP

Limited Edition 185/300 
The Constantin Weisz automatic wristwatch gold-tone stainless steel case (about 48 mm and 14 mm thick) with a stunning blue leather strap. The Lazer cut blue dial features fluorescent indicts and hands in central locking open-heart "Tourbillon" looking movement, Automatic movement 24 Jewels. With exhibition glass bottom in bolted stainless steel base, water-resistant to 5 ATM. With a blue genuine leather strap, gold-tone pin buckle, strap length approx. 19 to 23 cm, approx. 22 mm wide. Guarantee card and book attached. Presented in a luxury display box. 

Brand: Constantin Weisz 
Movement: Open Heart Automatic 24 Jewels 
Dial: Analog display, Blue shaped 
Case: Gold plated Stainless steel 
Bazel: Gold-tone 
Case dimensions: diameter 48mm (51,5mm with crown), thickness 14mm 
Back Case: Exhibition mineral glass 
Water-resistant: 50m / 5 ATM 
Strap: Beautifully crafted Blue Genuine Leather 
Made in Germany 
Great collectable gift idea 
Come in a Luxury display box, with a manual book and Guarantee card
Condition: New 

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.