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hartley353

Italian Sector ADV1000.

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Recent addition to my collection, Sector 1000 watch, The bottom sub dial remains a mystery  It is divided into 16 sections and marked 4/4 and 1/2  with unmarked 1/4 s.  Can anyone throw light on what it is for, and how it is used. Thanks for looking.large.348920454_Sectorwatch..JPG.1c7f22fd9d6a8164a7aab5d7fcd988d2.JPG

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14 hours ago, kanab22 said:

Moon phases perhaps?

That makes a lot of sense with a 16 day cycle. I have just spun the hands round till I reached the day after a new moon. We will see how it keeps track now. Thankyou.

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On 29/09/2019 at 12:23, hartley353 said:

That makes a lot of sense with a 16 day cycle. I have just spun the hands round till I reached the day after a new moon. We will see how it keeps track now. Thankyou.

Apparently it is a moon indicator. Some info says they have a Miyota 3570 movement, but not much info (and it says Swiss Made ? ), perhaps a look at the movement would help.

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On 30/09/2019 at 17:01, WRENCH said:

Apparently it is a moon indicator. Some info says they have a Miyota 3570 movement, but not much info (and it says Swiss Made ? ), perhaps a look at the movement would help.

Movement is Harley Ronda 6A

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