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My grandfather gave me this watch years ago when I was younger and I am just now pulling it out again. I think its from the early 90s but I'm not positive. The model number on the box is 24207. I cannot find any information on the watch no matter how hard I search. Does anyone know anything about this model? I want to know if its worth paying the money to have a full service done on it since it hasn't been running for a while.
 

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Just google 1990's Swiss Army Officers Dual Time Zone watch.
And put a battery in it before you get soaked by a jeweler
 

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I'd agree get a new battery in it first, most likely will be fine if kept clean and dry, and the original battery hasn't corroded.

Chris
 

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Love these older Victorinox officer's pieces. I've had the one below since the late 80's and it's seen it's share of rough wrist time. Great watches!!



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Hello!

My grandfather gave me this watch years ago when I was younger and I am just now pulling it out again. I think its from the early 90s but I'm not positive. The model number on the box is 24207. I cannot find any information on the watch no matter how hard I search. Does anyone know anything about this model? I want to know if its worth paying the money to have a full service done on it since it hasn't been running for a while.
 

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I saw your post, and I had the same watch years ago and it was unfortunately stolen. Just curious if you would be interested in selling it.
 
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