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11.5''', Dm= 25.6mm, Do= 26.0mm
f = 19800 A/h
power reserve 37h
Balance staff U3343 (Longines: U3313)
Stem W3279 (Longines: W3263)
1.50 x 0.90 x 0.25mm
Comments about the data
strange: Placing minute wheel and pinion under the balance allows a relatively big balance.
Most movement registers are too old to contain this movement line. Only Boley and Flume mention single variants, unfortunately without complete data. As Boley specifies the same staffs and stems for Longines and Record, both are listed here respectively.
These movements were likely designed by Record around 1970, and also applied by Longines. Below only variants known from lists or real watches are listed.
Record 650: sweep second
Record 651, Longines 701: sweep second, date
Record 660: sub second
Longines 706: sweep second
Longines 708: features unknown
Example, year: signature; shock device
ca. 1970: Record Watch Co, Swiss Made, 17 Jewels; Kif-Flector
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The movements presented in this caliber finder are not for sale. This is only a data sheet for identification and evaluation of the movement calibre, as well as for approximate dating.
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