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Date/Report Number …..040211.LC-JOSMB4 Item: 1940 WWII INCAFLEX 24HR SINGLE CASE HACKED SECONDS MILITARY WYLER WATCH
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Description of item: WYLER MILITARY WRIST WATCH SINGLE WYLER CASE WITH ORIGINAL NOS CRYSTAL, WHITE FLAT MATT DIAL SIGNED WYLER INCAFLEX WATERPROOF SWISS, BLACK 5-60 SECONDS CHAPTER RING,BLACK OUTLINED RAISED LUME NUMBERS 1-12, RED 13 -24 HOUR MILITARY TIME AN WYLER CROWN, LUMED STEEL MILITARY HANDS AND ORIGINAL RED ARROW SECONDS HAND. THE WYLER DIAL AND MOVEMENT ARE CASED IN A WYLER SINGLE CASE SYSTEM WITH A STAINLESS STEEL BACK WELDED TO PLATED BASE METAL LUGS WITH A A TIGHT FITTING CROWN STEM TUBE PRESSED INTO CASE. THIS MODEL SPORTS AN EXTRA STAINLESS STEEL SNAP CASE BACK THAT FITS OVER THE ONE PIECE CASE SIGNED STAINLESS STEEL BACK WYLER WATCH CO SWISS 44065.THE MOVEMENT IS A WYLER MODIFIED 15 JEWEL AS MOVEMENT WITH WYLER ADDED INCAFLEX BALANCE AND WYLER **HACKED SWEEP SECONDS WITH 2 EXTRA JEWELS 17 JEWELS ATTACHED TO A G-18 NATO STYLE GREEN NYLON MILITARY STRAP WITH KEEPERS.

**Note
WYLER ADDED A HACK RUNNER THAT CONNECTS TO THE SUB SECOND WHEEL TO DRIVE THE LARGE WHEEL THAT TURNS A SMALL WHEEL UNDER AN ADDED BRIDGE THAT THEN CONNECTS TO THE SWEEP SECOND HAND. THE STOCK MOVEMENT WAS CHOSEN DUE TO THE HIGH QUALITY OF ITS COMPONENTS THAT INCLUDED BALANCE SHOCK PROTECTION AND FINE ADJUSTABLE SCREW BALANCE. THE ORIGINAL STOCK MOVEMENTS HAD 15 JEWELS. WYLER INCREASED THE JEWELS BY ADDING TWO MORE JEWELS FOR THE SWEEP SECONDS BRIDGE MAKING THE MOVEMENT A 17 JEWEL MILITARY CAPABLE PRECISION MOVEMENT.

CONDITION IS EXCELLENT TO FINE.

Estimated Retail Replacement Value $ 689.00


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 Paul Wyler presented his first 16 and 19-line precision movements to the public in 1927. The particularity of these was the INCAFLEX balance wheel, which was legendary at the time.

The Wyler Incaflex balance wheel is protected along its diameter by two curved, elastic arms, which absorb any shocks to the balance wheel.

In addition to producing his own calibres, Wyler also modified movements of other large-scale producers and sold these on to other watch companies. In some cases, the basic calibre was changed so much that the movements should actually be considered as Wyler calibres.

In 1937 the WYLER INTRODUCED THE WATER-RESISTANT    watch that was not fitted with the conventional soft gaskets.

The crystal was pressed in between the edge of the case and a pressed or screwed bezel, the gap between the winding shaft and the watch case was sealed hydraulically by fitting the winding shaft and bushing together, in the same material, to 1/500mm.



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