From the classic Compax and Tri-Compax chronographs to the Polerouter and more, the vintage Universal Geneve watches stand apart for their beautiful designs, reliable movements, and more history than could fit in a single volume.
In the late 1990’s Universal Geneve partnered with the IAS to create a series of watches that would honor Senna and produce charitable donations for the institute.
A hobnail bezel is a rare feature on a watch but the watches that do feature them from Rolex, Patek, and Universal Geneve scream style.
Curated By... Man Of Many, this later model Universal Geneve chronograph sticks out with its unique bezel and outstanding original condition.
Tuning fork movements, like those found in the Accutron and Unisonic watches, were some of the earliest forms of electronic watches.
Various dial configurations of the 22422 are known to exist but the black dial is particularly sought after.
The Polerouter - initially dubbed “the Polarouter” - launched in 1954 featuring a17-jewel caliber 138 SS movement with plain surface finishing and rhodium-plating.