Stunning men's vintage 1970's Swiss 25 jewel Titoni Airmaster blue dial automatic calendar wristwatch. Running great!

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    If you have been paying attention, you are well aware that blue it the dominate color trending in men's luxury watches today.

    Why not take advantage of this trend with this exceptional Swiss, 25 jewel, blue dial, automatic Titoni Airmaster in pristine condition?

    Manufactured in the 1970's, the, brightly polished, all stainless steel case measures 34.4 mm across, excluding crown and lugs, and surrounds a stunning deep blue dial that is complimented by silver hour, minute and second hands, raised silver markers, white outer chapter, nd date window at 3 o'clock. It is signed Titoni, Airmaster, 25 jewels Rotomatic, and Swiss Made.

    The Swiss Rotomatic auto-wind movement sets and winds as it should, is running strong and keeping very good time.

    Please remember, as with all auto-wind watches, when this timepiece has run down you must manually wind it or shake it for several seconds to apply some pressure to the mainspring to get it started. Then the normal motion of your wrist will continue to wind it while you remain active.

    It has a screw down back and is matched with a supple, new, genuine leather brown strap with stainless buckle.

    STOCK CODE: T-17

    About the Brand:


    The founder of Titoni, Fritz Schluep, set up a small watch workshop in 1919 in Grenchen, Switzerland. He started with only three employees, but with hard work and a clear vision, he developed his first watches under the Felco (later: Felca) brand name. His team grew to 15 people just one year later, with sales expanding outside of Switzerland to America, Germany, and Japan.

    Art Deco of the 1920s inspired his first watch models, a trend that originated in Paris and became popular. He quickly understood the need for a feminine and ladylike look, and by the 1930s, he introduced the Felca 309 715 ladies’ watch. In 1938 his son Bruno Schluep, who had trained as a master watchmaker in Le Locle, joined the company.

    Fritz Schluep started using the Titoni name in 1952, using the meihua, the plum blossom, as its logo. He passed away in 1959, leaving his son Bruno in charge of what was now a successful watch company with worldwide sales expanding as far as China and India.

    Many iconic Titoni models have been introduced over the years, such as the Airmaster in 1969, the Space Star in 1983, and the Masters Series COSC in 2006. With passion and skills, the company’s watchmakers do their best to produce timepieces that reflect Titoni’s motto: “It is not the desire for growth and quantity but first-class quality and the love of details that matter.”

    We offer free, first class domestic shipping and ship worldwide Priority Mail to insure safe, swift, and reliable shipping to our international customers for a flat fee of $34.00. (Canada may be slightly less)

    Please note, we offer our items on multiple sites and will not be removed from other sites until payment has been received and rarely may mean that your selection may be sold out prior to your payment has posted.

    We are Stonehenge Watch Company and have been selling vintage timepieces and new watches on the internet for over 14 years
    hundreds of happy customers!

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