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I received this as a gift from my wife for Father's Day 2005. I'd like to find out more about it if possible, particularly regarding the movement. The tag reads "17 jewels SWISS" and the dial reads "17 JEWELS INCABLOC" with "SWISS MADE" along the bottom, but there's nothing detailing who actually made the movement. Is it likely that this is simply a Chinese-made movement using just enough Swiss parts to qualify for the label?

Thanks in advance for any input.

 

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Thanks for the input, guys. I appreciate it.

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Well, it is not a distinguished pocket watch... but it is collectable as a modern example of a modern Swiss pocket watch.

But if the Ukrainians chose to convert THIS into a wrist watch, I would not feel much outrage :-d
 
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