Update: More Universal Geneve Tri-Compax References added!

Three more Universal Geneve Tri-Compax References from the 1940's have been added to the Reference Guide

The sheer quantity of Tri-Compax references that Universal Geneve made, even in the 1940's, make my reference guide a real challenge to complete. There is no way that any watch manufacturer today could ever make this many references for a single style of watch and keep the essence and quality of the watch intact. 

The 1940's was truly the golden age, in my opinion, of the Tri-Compax. Whilst the pieces from the 1950's would be technically superior and those from the 1960's grace would grace the wrist of Eric Clapton, I still prefer the graceful elegance of the first decade of production. An age where an 18kt rose gold chronograph wasn't ostentatious but refined.  

Head over to the reference guide now to see these new (old) references