1975s Universal Geneve Unisonic ref.852100/01 in mint condition
Universal Geneve, creator of legendary watches during the 20th century which were distinguished by their elegance and their technicality. Among the flagship models such as Compax, Aero-Compax, Tri-Compax, and Polerouter stands the Unisonic.
The story of universal geneve with the Quartz begins long before the first warnings of the 70 crisis that we all know. In 1963, Universal Geneve launched the first Polerouter electric, in 1968 they announced the launch of their Tuning Unisonic caliber and in 1975 developed the 75-1 movement known for its record of thickness with only 3.45 mm.
With its very 70s design, its cushion case is beautifully affirmed by unpolished and brushed straight-sided horns. The charm of this piece lies in its very easy-to-wear design and unchanged original condition. The watch features a grey dial with applied steel stick indexes, a black-painted railway timer and pretty luminescent steel baton hands.
A nice piece in brilliant condition, just like we love ’em.