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UNIVERSAL GENEVE Polerouter Ref. 20360-1 1950s

UNIVERSAL GENEVE Polerouter Ref. 20360-1 1950s

Brand: Universal Genève       
Year: 1960s
Model: Polerouter
Reference: 20360-1 (early serial)
Material: Stainless steel
Movement: 215 Microrotor Automatic
Case size: 35.5 mm
Bracelet/Strap: Nomos Suede Strap grey
Service-history: unknown

What you should know: Very nice patina to the dial, Crown has been replaced


UNIVERSAL GENEVE Polerouter Ref. 20360-1 1950s


Here we have beautiful Universal Genève Polerouter with a unique dial, a wonderful example of a 50s and timeless watch design. This beautiful vintage watch comes crisp-cased with sharp edges. Dating to the 1950s this classic model measures 35.5 mm. The dial is allover in clean and good condition with a very nice patina giving this watch extra charm and chraracter. The simple UG-logo alongside the indexes and beautiful hands are harmonious and well balanced. The crown has been replaced at some time. This WRISTCLASSIC is powered by a  215 Microrotor Automatic movement running strong and keeping time well. The watch comes with an Nomos suede leather strap in light worn condition. This UG is a rare timepiece with a unique dial you will not find again. It’s a true WRISTCLASSIC with perfect proportions, timeless styling and a famous history. The Polerouter with the microrotor movement is one of the most famous watches made by UG.


In 1894 in Le Locle Numa-Emile Descombes and Ulysse Georges Perret founded a watchshop and watch manufacture. In the early 20th century UG specialized in making chronographs. In the 1930s UG produced a wide range of different chronographs, as for example the Compur- or Compax-series. Amongst other things UG developed in the 1950s the so called Microrotor-movement, which featured the watch called Polerouter in the 1950s and 1960s. The Polerouter and the Microrotor-movement are beside the lots of complicated Chronographs the most famous products by UG. In 1989 Universal Genève was bought by the group called Stelux.

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