This is the last electromechanical movement of the german Pforzheimer Uhrenwerke. You can easily see all signs of the end of traditional watchmaking: With much plastic and undecorated plates it resembles more of a quartz movement instead of a classic mechanical movement. And just look at the regulator: How shall that simple device of two metal strips with lots of tolerance achive a good precision? Unfortunately, it cannot be tested, since the movement is already gummy.
|Number of jewels:||11|
|Balance bearing / direction hairspring:||Bridge|
|Adjust mechanism:||Hairspring key|
|Functions:||hour, minute, second, electromechanical|
|Size:||6 3/4 x 8'''|
Flume: K3N1 -|