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Accurist, mecânico manual. REF.00403

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Accurist, mecânico manual. REF.00403

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  • Marca: Accurist
  • Modelo: ShockMaster Swiss 17 jewels
  • Número: Não fornecido
  • Gênero:  Masculino
  • Características: Movimento mecânico manual. Relógio suíço, em excelente estado. 1970s, mas atual. Movimento high-grade, gravado Swiss 17 jewels..
  • Caixa: Grande 38mm (sem coroa)  x 41 mm (na Altura, lug-to-lug) 
  • Fundo: Branco prateado com marcadores tipo baton e escala em riscos, data (janela no dial), suíço, escrito no dial “17 Jewels – ShockMaster – Swiss”, ponteiro segundos. Visor cristal de acrilico; indicadores luminescentes nos ponteiros
  • Pulseira : Couro preta, nova, boa qualidade
  • Comentários:Oportunidade. Relógio revisado. Alguns sinais interessantes de patina no mostrador. Estilo atualíssimo e clássico, ao mesmo tempo.
  • Acompanha: Caixa de Luxo e Sacola de Luxo.

 

 

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Description:

Accurist ShockMaster Swiss 17 jewels Men´s

Manual mechanical movement, Swiss in very good condition. 1970s, but current. High-grade movement, engraved Swiss 17 jewels.

• Case: large 38mm (without crown) x 41 mm (Height, lug-to-lug)

• Dial: Silvery white with baton type markers and scale in black lines, date (window on the dial), Swiss, written on the dial “17 Jewels - ShockMaster - Swiss”, second hand. Acrylic crystal display; luminescent indicators on the hands

• Bracelet: Black leather, new, good quality

• Comments: opportunity. Revised. Some interesting signs of patina on the dial. Very current and classic style at the same time.

 

Additional Information:

 

ACCURIST: In 1946, working from premises in St John Street in London’s Clerkenwell district, Asher and Rebecca Loftus established Accurist with the intention of creating a brand name of lasting value. Like much of the competition at that time, Accurist watches were made entirely from Swiss components; a positive sales point that guaranteed quality.

At this time a watch was still seen to be a ‘once in a lifetime’ purchase – Accurist set out to change this by introducing fashion into watches. Richard Loftus, fresh out of university, created a range of watches that was to revolutionise the watch market worldwide. Soon Accurist’s Old England watches were seen on the wrists of the famous and fashionable; Princess Anne, The Beatles and Twiggy were amongst the millions worldwide who wore the large brightly coloured watches that became synonymous with the mini skirt, Carnaby Street and London of the swinging sixties.

As the sixties developed, so did Accurist and in 1968 a Swiss office, Accurist Service Agent was opened in La Chaux de Fonds, the heart of the Swiss watchmaking industry, to co-ordinate the manufacturing and sourcing for the company.

Accurist’s digital quartz watch which was chosen as the official watch for the pilots of the newly launched Concorde aircraft. Brand awareness remained an important factor in the success of the Accurist product range and in 1978 Accurist launched one of television’s most memorable campaigns; John Cleese featuring the “Accur-ankle, Accu-wrist!” commercial. The commercial went on to win awards around the world including the Palm d’Or Advertising Award. It was even featured on the USA’s Johnny Carson show as one of the world’s ten best adverts!

Accurist achieved a major marketing breakthrough by being appointed as the first ever official sponsor of British Telecom’s Speaking Clock. Since the original sponsorship agreement in 1986 Accurist’s speaking clock has received almost 3 billion calls making it the “greatest sponsorship deal of all time”. Accurist continued to maximise its association with the Speaking Clock, developing a new advertising and marketing campaign with the slogan “Accurist – the standard by which all watches are set”

In 1993 Accurist had become the UK’s largest brand in value terms and now set its sights on the international market. The Royal Observatory at Greenwich, home of Greenwich Mean Time and The International Meridian Line was undergoing major renovation. Accurist became the first and only watch company to be formally associated with the Observatory, providing them with the new Atomic Clock, which officially records the time for the world. In April 1997, Accurist started the official countdown to the Millennium by providing the Old Royal Observatory at Greenwich with a satellite controlled clock accurate to within 1/10,000,000th of a second to countdown the last 1,000 days of the 20th century.

 

Recent  years saw Accurist, a watch brand established by the Loftus family in London’s Clerkenwell district in 1946, leave family ownership for the first time in the company’s history.

The brand was acquired by Marcus Margulies’ Time Products empire, which owns Sekonda and Limit watch brands as well as the operating Hublot’s UK boutique and the Marcus boutique (both on London’s Bond Street) and Almar, a watch store in Burlington Arcade.

 

 

Temos outras marcas sob consulta confira:

  
 Audemars Piguet, A. Lange & Sohne, Bell & Ross, Blancpain, Breguet, Cartier, Chopard, Cuervos y Sobrinos, Glashute, IWC, Jaeager Le coulter, JeanRichard, Longines, Mido, Montblanc, Panerai, Parmigiani, Piaget, Prada, Roger Dubuis, Seiko, Ulysse Nardin, Vacheron Constantin, Vulcain

 

 

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