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Don't know, Manual doesn't say anything...
In Response To: Valjoux 72 riddle? ()

: Ok A Danish friend of mine has raised this
: issue: Take a look at all of your Valjoux 72
: watches and tell me why the top pusher is
: closer to the winding crown then the bottom
: one, on any other watch the winding crown is
: precisely in the middle of the pushers !!

: I checked 12 watches, 5 brands, from 1969 to
: 1985: all had this!

: WHY????????????

: ps, Chuck, does the manual tell anything?

Don't know, Manual doesn't say anything about this, and truth be told, I had never noticed this before, but I checked with a handful of 72's I have close at hand and they all seem to be the way you describe, it's very weird!


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