Constantin Weisz Limited Edition Classic Mechanical wrist watch with black Sun brushed dial
The CONSTANTIN WEISZ Venus 180 vintage style mechanical wristwatch black Sun brushed dial and brown leather strap. Limited Edition No.80 / 280 (total made). Stylishly Classic wristwatch come in stainless steel skeleton and open back movement.
- Brand: Constantin Weisz
- Model: Venus 180
- Original Swiss hand-wound movement Venus 180
- Rubies: 17 stones
- Limited Edition No. 80
- Black Sun brushed dial
- Mane dial - Hour, minute and Second dial for second hands
- Brown leather strap
- Glass: sapphire glass
- Casing height: 1.3 cm
- Casing length: 4.2 cm
- Casing width: 4.6 cm
- Strap width: 1.8-2.0 cm
- Strap length: 24.0 cm
- Strap colour: brown
- Leather type: cowhide
- Stitching colour: brown
- Surface structure: smooth
- Strap thickness: 5.0 mm
- Strap lug width: 20.0 mm
- Strap length: 12 + 7.5 cm
- Strap progression: tapered
- Clasp material: stainless steel
- Clasp colour: silver
- Clasp Type: tang buckle
- Clasp width: 20.0 mm Water resistance: 3 bar
- operation manual (German), docs
- original presentation box
These so-called marriage watches wed modern
casings produced using CNC technology with historic movements:
The manufacture of these mostly small series is very demanding
as the revision of the movements requires meticulous handiwork
and the watchmakers mount them with passion.
The movements are not processed, but rather their original condition is preserved.
Mechanical hand-wound movement, Venus calibre 180
Calibre: 10 ½ lines
17 jewels, 18,000 a/h
Diameter: 23.3 mm
Manufactured: circa 1971
Power reserve approx. 38 hours
Display of hours, minutes and seconds
Strap made of high-quality vegetable-tanned cowhide leather
Condition: Used (great condition)
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.