A pink dialed Duomatic men’s watch!  With a good in house automatic movement too.


We know the Calibre 908 movement came out in 1975, and the earliest service marks we can read inside the caseback are 1982. So it can’t be later that ’82, or earlier than ’75.

Favre-Leuba are a Swiss brand who can trace their history back to 1737.  They were one of the biggest losers of the Quartz revolution, where their expensive mechanical movements could not compete with cheaper quartz movements of the late 70’s/early 80’s. A lot were exported to India, where they were very popular, but always check the movements as the Indian climate can make the internals of any watches rust.


The dial is very clean and we believe it to be original.  Many Favre-Leuba watches have been repainted in different colours, but this pink exactly matches one other example we have seen and doesn’t show any signed of a redial.  The quickset date works perfectly, although the day disc is slightly different colour to the date disc.  The watch has its original crown and is a good wearable size.  The case is shiny but does have one dink near 4 on the side, but that isn’t noticeable when the watch is being worn.


39.3mm wide including the crown, 12.7mm thick. Takes an 19mm strap.


£ SOLD including 3 months guarantee and free delivery to UK addresses.