This Enicar 340 has a chunky stainless steel case and a ruby red dial.  Automatic winding with day date, and on the original bracelet.


From the production dates of the Enicar 1147B in house movement, combined with the styling, we think this watch was made circa 1972. This is reinforced by a 1972 advert featuring the Sherpa 320 model we have found.


The dial is the outstanding feature of this watch.  The deep red satin effect is very enjoyable and clean, though there is a pair of 1mm scratches near 7.  The raised logo is a really nice touch.  The chunky 1970’s case, known as a TV dial case, is all stainless steel and has just very minor marks except for a dink near the crown that our photos show at its very worst.  The original screw on caseback does have some tool marks – the shape is unusual, and it looks like someone has used the wrong tool in the past.  The acrylic has been polished to remove the light scratches.  The watch is complete with the original, signed Enicar bracelet but this has lost some length over the years.  It has been cleaned in our ultrasonic bath, but is shown on the wrist photo just draped over the wrist as it is not close to being long enough.  The bracelet could be swapped for a leather strap (one shown), or extended using bracelet clasp extenders – see this video if you are not familiar with these.  The movement is keeping good time.

This watch will be supplied with our Certificate of Authenticity.

Please see the HD video below for more detail.


Width with crown  37.9 mm

Width without crown  35.9 mm

Between lugs  20 mm

Lug to lug length  38.8 mm

Bracelet maximum length  168 mm without any bracelet extenders

Thickness  13.2 mm

All sizes are approximate


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