|Size - diameter excluding winding crown:||40mm|
|Size - length including lugs:||46mm|
Beautiful stainless steel black round dial Lemania mono pusher with mustard Arabic numerals for each hour. Luminous are good but it might has been relumed. The hands have a baton shape and the second hand has a Cathedrale style. At 6 o’clock comes “Tg 195 (Tid Givare) meaning Giving Time in Swedish”. At 2 o’clock, you have a mono pusher chrono-stop. When the pusher is pressed, the sweep second hand is reset instantly to 12 o’clock, the crown pops out to the time setting position, and the watch hacks. The case is in stainless steel with a screw back case with three large crowns for the Swedish military army. Inside the case is engraved “Acier Inox 30/2”. The watch has a second cap protection. It is a manual wind movement with caliber Lemania 2225, 16 jewels and numbered 1004609”. The watch has a black Nato strap.
The story of the company started in 1884 when Alfred Lugrin opens a small workshop in Le Sentier to make chronographs. In 1886, he moves to Orient where he continues to produced the chronographs, stopwatches, using machine tools. In 1930, Lugrin’s son in-law and successor, Marius Meylan, establish Lemania trade name. In 1932, the company joins the SSIH Group that includes Omega and Tissot. One of the movements produced went with Neil Armstrong to the moon in 1969. In 1981, Lemania shares were sold to another company. From 1992 until 1999, the company was under Breguet management and then to the Swatch group. Now all the movements are made under the name of manufacture Breguet.
Manual winding movement with caliber Lemania 2225 with 16 jewels and 18,000 A/h. It is an adaptation of Lemania 2220 Flyback chronograph.
Diameter excluding winding crown: 40mm
Length including lugs: 46mm