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SKU #

10268

Brand

Lanco

Model

Diver

Made in

Swiss Made

Movement

Mechanical; automatic Tissot calibre 2481

Case

Stainless Steel

Case diameter

40 mm (excluding crown) x 41 mm (lug width lugs)

Dial

Black

Bracelet material

Hand-made leather strap

Year of production

1980’s

Condition

Vintage

Includes

Generic box

Gender

Men’s

Lanco Oversize Diver Vintage Watch

SKU: 10268
0,00$Precio
    • Tissot calibre 2481
    • Vintage Lanco Diver Oversize case in good condition
    • Beautiful collector's item
    • Rare model
    • Rotating bezel original
    • The case has limited external signs of wear, especially considering its age
    • Lug width: 22mm
    • Strap length: 19 cm
    • THIS WATCH REQUIRES SERVICING - DOES NOT WORK

     

    Langendorf Watch Company was a Swiss watchmaker known for its fine craftsmanship and great attention to detail. Around 1890, it was probably the largest producer of watches in the world. The company produced watches in Langendorf, Switzerland for exactly a century, from 1873 to 1973.

     

    The most famous brand of the company was Lanco (an abbreviation of Langendorf Watch Company) that was launched as a brand name in the late 1950s. The brand was discontinued in the late 1960s, and revived again from 1971 to around 1980.

     

    Watches bearing the "Lanco" brand were being manufactured and sold in the middle 1950s.

     

    The brand soon became successful and known for fine craftsmanship and attention to detail. Lanco watches are still considered to be of very high quality, and they are traded today as vintage watches.

     

    A number of Lanco watches are famous, such as the "Flying Saucer" or the "Lanco-Fon", a manual-wound watch with an alarm function that was released in the 1960s.

     

    When Lanco was revived in the 1970s, more variety was added to the product line. It became a brand with room for innovation and experimentation, including into digital watches. Many of the 1970s watches were relatively large sized for their time and this makes them sought-after today. Watches from the 1970s such as "Club 77" and "Jump Hour" are also still quite popular.

     

    After 1973, a number of movements from other suppliers were used for Lanco chronographs, the most famous calibers stemming from Valjoux and Angelus. A Lanco watch with the futuristic Tissot Astrolon movement (caliber 2250) was also produced in the 1970s.

     

    During SSIH's financial problems in 1981, the Lanco brand name was sold. As of 1998, new Lanco watches are being sold in South Africa by S. Bacher & Company, under license from The Swatch Group.

  • This Vintage Watch qualifies for our Exchange Program. Once you have received your vintage watch, you may send it back in the same condition within fifteen (15) days for a credit on any other watch we have in our inventory. Go to our FAQ for complete rules and procedures.

     

     

    This vintage watch is in very good working condition. Our vintage watches have been serviced by a professional watch expert. Due to the age of this watch, Watch Again Watches does not guarantee that this watch is waterproof or water resistant. We recommend that you do not place any vintage watch in water as it may damage the mechanism and/or bring condensation inside the watch.

     

     

    Vintage watches also have to be well taken care of and serviced to maintain its proper functioning. We have done our best to offer you a Vintage watch in excellent condition that will be enjoyed by you for years to come. You are welcome to contact us for more information on any watch we sell.

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