Testing The Universal Genève Polerouter

Polerouter received an immediate promotion. Although launched by the 138 SS, just one year after the production of the micro-rotor caliber 215 engine was installed. Polerouter Day received Caliber 215-1, the type that, you think, part of the day. 215 and its modern model used a small circular motion device, made in the early ’50s. Universal Genève granted the license in ’55 and registered in ’58, but caliber was placed in the Polerouter range from ’55. At the time, the practice represented a major development of modern technology. Caliber 215, and date type, caliber 215-1, featured cotes de Genève finishing, 17 gemstones, incabloc shock protection, plating gold on the rotor, and 60 hours power harness.

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