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@ Chuck et al. Ed Heuer & Co 125 Jubilee watch *PIC*

Posted By: Boyd <>

Date: 3/8/04 21:07 GMT

I recently saw this watch and I notice Chuck had one

Still do! It's one of my "pure dress" watches...

but Chuck's lugs looked very different to this one.

Yes, this one does have different lugs than my example (pictured below)...

I really wanted it but I was'nt sure if to get it because of the lugs.

Well if you don't like the lugs, then you might wish to wait until a "DaVinci lugged" model shows up on the market. I call it "DaVinci lugged" because the IWC DaVinci's have this type of lugs. Personally I prefer the lugs on the model I have but that's a personal taste. The Movement is Lemania, and the same as the movement used in the Omega Speedmaster Moonphase models.

It is a 1985 re-edition of the classic wrist watch or something like that. Any info the dial looks right but I cant get over the case or lugs.

Well they are correct, as Heuer (or actually by this time TAG-Heuer) produced both models.

Also did it really have the two recessed pushers on the side of the case.

Yes, one is for advancing the date, the other for advancing the moonphase.

-- Chuck

Chuck Maddox

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