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Started by YuriyV, April 08, 2018, 10:21:50 PM
Quote from: Butch on January 20, 2020, 03:32:16 PMAnother thought comes to mind about all these parts that we have never seen watches for, let alone any literature. It is possible that Zodiac was going to do something with them when the sale to Dixi occurred... That is what happened when Fossil bought the brand from Genender, everything stopped and was liquidated.
QuoteIt is possible that Zodiac was going to do something with them when the sale to Dixi occurred...
Quote from: YuriyV on January 21, 2020, 01:05:27 PM... case is a generic Brevet 503.305Googling on this, fetched a lot of links to other brands, using the same case. Like Heuer, Jesby, Sandoz, Edox etc.
QuoteMy first thought when I saw the case was it was it from a nineties' Zodiac Pro.
Quote from: Cobber on January 20, 2020, 04:56:56 PMGiven the seemingly direct evolution the dial and bezel appear to have from the circa '77 Super SW, including the sequential case style number, & that no one hear seems to have ever seen one; that these never made it into production but were on the horizon seems like the best guess to me.It would be hilarious (and incredible) if Yuri (purely based on Zodiac knowledge and intuition) actually managed to put together an authentic Zodiac design that may not have actually existed beyond a prototype and initial parts manufacturing for a future launch.
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