Benrus Orbit Robot 7067-375 c.1972

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Benrus Orbit Robot 7067-375 c.1972

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If there’s a short list of watch styles that we’ve always liked, frontloaders and monocase pieces are definitely on it.

This Benrus comes in at a large 41mm size with a beautifully milled, flat indicator bezel. It is powered by a classic Seiko-based 21,600 beats per hour automatic movement, which has quickset date functionality by pushing the crown directly in towards the center of the watch. With some of the best contrasting hands I’ve seen on almost any watch from the period, the blaze orange hands really draw attention to an otherwise nicely subdued sunray-style dial.

There are very few of these late model Benrus divers out there, so don’t miss your chance on a fantastic timepiece!

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  • Movement: Benrus HG1B6 (Seiko 6100 series), 17 jewels, 21,600 bph, Quickset date function

  • Case Stainless steel

  • Powered: Mechanical - Automatic

  • Case Width: 41 mm (43.1 mm incl. crown)

  • Case Length: 43.1 mm

  • Lug Width: 18.7 mm

  • Thickness: 13.3mm

  • Crystal: Domed acrylic

  • Crown: Signed original, non-screw down

  • Band: Original, signed bracelet

  • Boxes: None

Function - This watch is wound automatically by the natural motion of your arm. It is recommended to wind the watch by rotating the case back and forth (like you're opening and closing a door knob) numerous times before you put on the watch in order to give an initial power reserve to last throughout the day.

[All vintage watches are expected to function as described. However, due to age and generally unknown service history (unless otherwise stated), these watches may not keep time as accurately as new or quartz (battery) watches. This is completely normal and does not indicate that there is a major problem. Like your automobile, all mechanical watches will likely need to be serviced at some point in time. Please keep this in mind, as there is no guarantee regarding when these vintage watches may need standard maintenance. Every watch sold by Buying On Time is done so with the expectation that it is not currently in need of service or repair, unless noted. We guarantee that all watches sold are accurately described and in the stated condition when they leave our hands.]