"The Alarm Wrist Watch" Part 6 in a series by B. Humbert. This is a magazine article which was carefully removed directly from a 1960 Swiss magazine.
Main text in the article is in English.
The article pertains to the Calibres Memovox (Le Coultre, Le Sentier), Nos. 814 and 815.
Sections in the article include:
* Alarm Keyless Work
* The alarm release mechanism
* Arrangement of the two winding and set-hands mechanism
* Mechanism controlling the alarm indicator (disk with index mark)
* Device for silencing or freeing the alarm
* Dismantling (dial side)
* Dismantling (bridge side)
* Inspection and checking
* Assembling the keyless work and alarm mechanism
* Notes and points for checking
* The mainsprings: Going side mainspring; Alarm mainspring
* Alarm Mechanism
* The self-winding work
* Action of the mechanism
* Assembling the self-winding work
* Lubricating the self-winding work
* Mainspring and slipping attachment
The magazine article is approximately 11 pages in length (on 6 sheets of paper) and includes a number of diagrams within the text.
The article was carefully removed directly from a magazine. (No watch, clock, parts, tools, or other items are included.) The rest of the magazine is not included. This magazine article is part 6 in a series. Other articles in the series are not available nor included.
As with most paper items, light wear and small imperfections are to be inspected.