Unfortunately I don’t have an original but the tribute is pretty close
Very interesting watch... I really like it.
Speaking watches. The funniest and more useful complication, it gives a supplement of soul for sure.
I am looking for a Vintage Memovox to add this complication to my collection
Lot of beautiful ones here
So what did 1970 ever do for us?
Girard-Perregaux needs some representation here (damaged crystal and all).
Wakmann needs some representation...
I'm looking for a Vulcain Cricket since years now... I was never able to find one with the full set!!
Got this Longines. Sorry for the bad photo. Same movement as in the Certina variant. AS something.
Only seen this, so it can not have been many made
I just got this one. Very intetesting watch.
These memomatics were very under valued until recently.
I loved the blue on sharkmesh. But I could never understand why "Seamaster" got squeezed (imho) onto the blue dial, but not on to the other dial versions. Any reason known? I know, sounds a bit OCD, but in the end I couldn't stop seeing the squeeze rather than the blue dial's undeniable overall beauty. (Especially on sharkmesh!)
A cool and useful complication. I wonder if back in the day you had to silence your alarm watch at the movies.
You would with a vulcain cricket! The only alarm watch I've found that is loud enough to wake you up in the morning!
GP here. In need of some TLC
Another version for completeness….pilot case
980 movement now back in its original case
Angelus Datalarm, and what was advertised as "World's First Alarm Watch With Automatic Date".
(don't exactly know if this is really the case...)
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