Gousset Réveil Longines watch, 1925

Gousset Réveil Longines watch, 1925
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Gousset watch with alarm clock from the famous "Longines" factory.
About 1925.

The watch with alarm function "Longines" has a special patent....
The crown has a double function of intelligent winding, turning it from left to right to wind the watch and in the opposite direction to wind the alarm clock.
A counter positioned at noon on the dial allows to read the time of the alarm. To set the time of the alarm, simply press the push-button on the right side of the pendant and turn the crown.
To stop the alarm, simply turn the crown forward.

Metal case signed "Longines" with possibility of support. Excellent condition.
Diameter 50 mm.

White enamel dial with Arabic numerals.

Nickel-plated movement with alarm function, high quality caliber 19.65 lever escapement. Signed "Longines".
Good condition, it works well.

To see the video of the operation of the watch, click on the link below:

Delivery in France included, by express mail.
Shipping in the European Union.
Payment: Bank transfer, paypal


Style Other style (Watches of Other style Style)
Century 20th century (Watches 20th century)
Shipping Time Ready to ship in 2-3 Business Days
Location 37051, Bovolone VERONA , Italy

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