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|Junghans 683.71 (J83)|
12.5''', Dm= 28.0mm, Do= 30.2mm
f = 19800 A/h
Balance staff U2404
Stem after length and thread
W2489: 13.17mm, 1.0mm
W2864: 13.77mm, 0.9mm
W2866: 13.17mm, 0.9mm
Mainspring / battery
1.15 x 10.0 x 0.12mm
1.40 x 0.80 x 0.18mm
Comments about the data
only early samples with 28 jewels
The winding gear is integrated in the movement, instead of attaching it to a manual-wind calibre as usual. Despite the fairly high (for serial chronometers designed) base movement, this gave a back then acceptable heigth.
detached manual wind
unique: Instead of a friction spring, a magnet in a bushing cares for smooth motion of the indirect sweep second (Fig.3). The end of the sweep-second arbor runs on the polished surface of the magnet.
precision regulator with very wide adustment range:
683.71: chronometer, 28/29 jewels
683.71: chronometer, date, 29 jewels
683.73: chronometer, 29 jewels
683.75: chronometer, date, 29 jewels
683.74: 29 jewels
683.76: date, 29 jewels
683.00: chronometer, 29 jewels
683.02: chronometer, date, 29 jewels
683.10: 29 jewels
683.12: date, 29 jewels
Example, year: signature; shock device
1958: Junghans, 83/E; Junghans II
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