Valjoux 7734 Boîtier chronographe - Steel chronographe case - 500/1

VAL 7734 002
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Boîtier chronographe Valjoux 7734 - Steel chronographe case - 500/1
Boîtier chronographe Valjoux 7734 - Steel chronographe case - 500/1
Boîtier chronographe Valjoux 7734 - Steel chronographe case - 500/1
Boîtier chronographe Valjoux 7734 - Steel chronographe case - 500/1
Boîtier chronographe Valjoux 7734 - Steel chronographe case - 500/1
Boîtier chronographe Valjoux 7734 - Steel chronographe case - 500/1
Boîtier chronographe Valjoux 7734 - Steel chronographe case - 500/1
Boîtier chronographe Valjoux 7734 - Steel chronographe case - 500/1
Boîtier chronographe Valjoux 7734 - Steel chronographe case - 500/1
Boîtier chronographe Valjoux 7734 - Steel chronographe case - 500/1
Boîtier chronographe Valjoux 7734 - Steel chronographe case - 500/1
Boîtier chronographe Valjoux 7734 - Steel chronographe case - 500/1
Boîtier chronographe Valjoux 7734 - Steel chronographe case - 500/1
Boîtier chronographe Valjoux 7734 - Steel chronographe case - 500/1

Valjoux 7734 Boîtier chronographe - Steel chronographe case - 500/1

VAL 7734 002
€120.00
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Boîtier de Chronographe Acier - Steel chronographe case VALJOUX 7734 Ref: 455198 Etanche-waterproof: 10ATM diamètre-diameter: 37mm...
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Description

Boîtier de Chronographe

Acier - Steel chronographe case

VALJOUX 7734

Ref: 455198

Etanche-waterproof: 10ATM

diamètre-diameter: 37mm

entre cornes - lugs: 20mm

diamètre cadran - dial:30,70mm

réhaut sous verre avec échelle Télémètre et Tachymètre

Telemeter & Tachymeter inner bezel

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About manufacturer Valjoux

Valjoux SA, formerly Reymond Frères SA, is a Swiss watch company founded in Bioux in 1901. Specializing in the manufacture of chronograph blanks, it joined Ébauches SA in 1944 then was absorbed by ETA Manufacture Horlogère SA in 1965. Its name comes from the contraction of "Vallée de Joux", a region located in the Swiss Jura, within the Watch Valley, where the factory is located.