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Constantin Weisz Gold plated Gent's Automatic wrist watch red dial and brown strap

Made in Germany
Constantin Weisz is a great addition to the collection. Containing 24 jewels and water-resistant up to 50m, its a practical and beautifully crafted timepiece. With an open heart, Day and night indicator, Gold-tone Roman numerals on Burgundy red dial, its functionality matches the clever craftsmanship.
The automatic men's watch by Constantin Weisz is in Rose Gold plated 316L stainless steel, with double escapement, double open balance is a fantastic first-class eyecatcher.

Automatic Movement JHS35-3
24 Jewels
Rose Gold IP Plated All Stainless Steel Case
Fluted Crown
Mineral Crystal Glass
Brown Leather Strap
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, Seconds sub-dial, 24h sub-dial, night and day indicator
Case diameter: 42mm
Case depth: 12mm
Carrying length: approximately 17 to 22 cm
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wrist : from 16.5-21.5 cm
Strap width: 22mm
watch weight: 92 g
Elevator: automatic

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Complications: New Old Stock (come in original case with documents and card) (Tyni dent on the case at 6h, visible in the seventh photos)

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.