3741 Meca-Quartz

Sep 14, 2020,13:23 PM

Hi folks,
I wonder if anyone can help? Looked online but can’t find any info.
My 3741 is currently away for new luminova and a service. I’d like to get a new strap for when it returns but forgot to check the size. On the off chance anybody here has one, would you mind confirming lug width? I think it’s 18mm, but not 100% sure.
Also, I’d like to source a SS deployment clasp. If anybody happens to be selling one I’d be interested.

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18 mm

 By: India Whiskey Charlie : September 14th, 2020-13:25


 By: DDM : September 14th, 2020-13:33
Thanks. Very helpful site I didn’t know about !

I always thought this was a really cool watch.

 By: blau : September 14th, 2020-19:05
Hope you get it back soon!

Late October! 😳 [nt]

 By: DDM : September 15th, 2020-02:35

18 mm, for sure [nt]

 By: oroca : September 15th, 2020-01:53

Thank you! [nt]

 By: DDM : September 15th, 2020-02:36

Interesting watch

 By: Weems@8 : September 15th, 2020-02:50
Quartz watches from IWC, it is new to me. A survive move from IWC, back in the days of the quartz crisis? Yes, it is always measure when looking for a strap. Quickly forgotten, because there are such much details that are overlooked quickly.


 By: DDM : September 15th, 2020-03:27
It dates from the 90’s. It’s actually quite an interesting movement (JLC 631 from memory). It’s incredibly accurate and at about 36mm much more wearable than the 40 mm offerings, lovely though they are, at least for my 16cm wrist

Jaeger LeCoultre

 By: Weems@8 : September 15th, 2020-04:08
Interesting movement in your IWC. JLC is a grail, curious that they also made quartz movements.

All IWC watches using this caliber:

 By: India Whiskey Charlie : September 15th, 2020-07:16
watchbase.com 631#watches

JLC 631

 By: India Whiskey Charlie : September 15th, 2020-07:17