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12.5''', Dm= 28.15mm, Do= 28.5mm
f = 19800 A/h
power reserve 54h
Balance staff U3085
Mainspring / battery
1.0 x 9.5 x 0.10mm
1.40 x 0.80 x 0.18mm
Comments about the data
micro rotor, double jewel bearing if 21 or 30 jewels
double excenter regulator for curb pins and stud carrier
selfwinding gear with direction switching by a pinion floating between two huge jewels (Fig.5)
indirectly driven minute and second allow a low profile
Details in Fig.4: The coupling between excentric cannon pinion A and free-running center pinion B is made free from play by pressing the hour wheel C against both. For this purpose the hour wheel usually runs in an oval hole and is pressed by a spring. Here the spring is integrated into wheel C. This means a precise bearing and requires less heigth.
since 1966/67 minor modifications of base plate (cf. Buren 1322)
1280: only hour, minute
1281: date for flat dial
1282: date for domed dial
1321: second, date for flat dial
1322: second, date for domed dial
The assignment of flat/domed dial is based on few investigated watches. Possibly Buren didn't sign carefully, since the Flume K3 mentions it vice versa.
Example, year: signature; shock device
ca. 1965: Dugena, 1320, Swiss Made, 30 Jewels; Incabloc
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