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PostPosted: Tue Feb 19, 2013 2:00 pm 
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This week I wear my 1461 , 9 hands, a bit hard to read ...
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9 hands plus a moon phase disk. Wonderful watch. I think I need one of these. :drool:

If you don't wear it beyind this week, will you need to keep it wound for the entire 1461 days? Always wondered how you set the day so it co-ordiantes with Feb 29, if the watch has stopped from not being used. Must be a quick set for that isn't there?

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beautiful piece, Phil !


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P51 wrote:
9 hands plus a moon phase disk. Wonderful watch. I think I need one of these. :drool:

If you don't wear it beyind this week, will you need to keep it wound for the entire 1461 days? Always wondered how you set the day so it co-ordiantes with Feb 29, if the watch has stopped from not being used. Must be a quick set for that isn't there?


Simple to set up , in fact . 4 pin pushers are driving day, month, date and moonphase . Fyi, this model encases cal B.19 based on a modified ETA 2894, I guess .
It was first issued in the 90s as Navitimer 1461... then Olympus ... then Montbrillant 1461.


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