Inside a Sandoz Submariner-like, ETA 2824

Foreword
I did not post this as a review, since I think the pictures actually speak for themselves. That is why I placed this in the ARTICLES section of my watch site. You can "walk through" the whole dissection by clicking on each picture on each page or pick single pictures from the tabular overview below.

Start the tour here or click on any of the thumbnails


The blue dial Sandoz Submariner-like with satin brushed bezel and its parts...


All parts

The empty Case on Holder

The Crown Guards

Empty Case

Bezel and Case

Movement on Holder

Closer View

View of Movement

Closer

Rotor Zoom

Zoom on Balance

Top View of Balance

Winding Mechanism

Metal Spacer

Date Ring

Hands

Dial

Top Half

12 Hour Marker

Sandoz Logo

Bottom Half

Dial Side of Movement

Clasp

Links

Endlink

After the tour you might be "loaded' to read a bit more about the Little Engine that Could: An Indepth Look at the ETA 2824, a link to Hans Zbinden's great watch site www.chronometrie.com where a friend of his reviewed the ETA 2892 and his little brother 2824. I received the information about those great articles from Jim Morell, thank you Jim!

Best regards

Reto Castellazzi, January 3rd, 2002, Bangkok