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1. (WO1979001104) WORLD WATCH
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Pub. No.:    WO/1979/001104    International Application No.:    PCT/CH1979/000073
Publication Date: 13.12.1979 International Filing Date: 22.05.1979
G04B 19/22 (2006.01)
Priority Data:
5618/78 23.05.1978 CH
Abstract: front page image
(EN)World watch with a single hand (9), comprising a clock mechanism in a case, a rim (2) on top of the case, a dial-plate (3) and the hand (9) and a bottom, this assembly forming an inner body which is mounted relatively to the inside of an outer locking ring (6). This ring is housed into a peripheral groove (12) formed by the rim (2) and the bottom. The body may be rotated step-by-step, being locked in each position by means of a locking device comprising two bosses (13) on the locking ring (6) and notches (14) arranged on the rim (2). One of the attachments (7) carries a numeral (16) and the rim (2) is provided with an index (17). Upon rotating the body, the index moves away from the stationary numeral; the difference, determined in hours on the dial-plate (3) which does not carry any numerals, gives the time deflection of the different time zones of the world.
(FR)Montre mondiale, a aiguille (9) unique, comprenant un mecanisme d"horloge dans un boitier, une lunette (2) au-dessus du boitier, un cadran (3) et l"aiguille (9) et un fond, cet ensemble formant un corps interieur qui est monte relativement a l"interieur d"un anneau de verrouillage exterieur (6). Cet anneau est loge dans une gorge peripherique (12) formee par la lunette (2) et le fond. Le corps peut etre tourne pas a pas, etant verrouille dans chaque position a l"aide d"un dispositif de verrouillage, comprenant deux bossages (13) sur l"anneau de verrouillage (6) et des encoches (14) apposees sur la lunette (2). Une des attaches (7) porte un chiffre (16) et la lunette (2) est munie d"un index (17). En tournant le corps, l"index s"eloigne du chiffre stationnaire; la difference, determinee en heures sur le cadran (3) qui ne porte pas de chiffres, donne la deviation en temps, de differentes zones de temps au monde.
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Publication Language: German (DE)
Filing Language: German (DE)