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Accutron brings back some of its styles from the 60s and 70s for its new Legacy Collection

Each style is limited to 600 pieces.
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Accutron Legacy

Accutron's newly revamped lineup expands with another family of watches with the launch of the Legacy Collection. The collection pulls the brand's styles from the 60s and 70s and updates the designs with modern construction and Swiss-made automatic movements. Some highlights include styles like the 261 (left) from 1971 delivers bold styling and a 38.5mm cushion case while the R.R.-O (right) features a classic railroad case design in 34mm. Every watch in the Legacy collection is powered by a Swiss-made 26-jewel automatic movement. 


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