Herrenuhr in Edelstahl mit Automatikwerk, ca. 1970er Jahre.
Lederband mit Dornschließe.
Gebrauchsspuren an Band, Gehäuse und Glas.
Nullstellung des Chronograph defekt.
Gehäuse-Durchmesser ca. 38mm
(gemessen ohne Krone).
|YEAR||ca. 1970er Jahre|
How does our rating system work?
0: New condition, unworn, some still foiled
1: Hardly/minimal signs of wear
2: Slight to normal signs of wear
3: Normal signs of wear plus some deeper scratches that do not completely disappear with polishing
4: Normal to clear signs of wear plus many deeper scratches that do not disappear completely even after polishing
5: Strong signs of wear but still without impairment of function, strap worn out
6: Heaviest signs of wear, some of which cause malfunctions (e.g. rotating bezel stuck), strap worn out (risk of loss)
0: Manufacturer's warranty still running
1: New condition or newly revised
2: Fully functional, but the watch has been running for a few years since purchase or last revision
3: Functional but with rate deviations, no longer full power reserve, revision advisable but not yet urgently necessary
4: Revision necessary. Partial failures possible (e.g. automatic winding no longer functional, quick date adjustment no longer functional)
5: Revision urgently required. Partial repair pointless, no longer functional, possibly slight rust. Defects can still be corrected by revision
6: Irreparable condition, spare parts no longer available, possibly severe rust, economic total loss.