The CP-1, which was fitted with the Valjoux caliber 222-2 movement with flyback, hacking facility and flyback, was issued, along with the CP-2 to the Aeronautica Militare Italiana or the Italian Air Forces. The CP-1 was 39mm in diameter, while the CP-2 was 43mm. This is a great deal-maker for collectors and increases the CP-2's current desireability. It is worth noting that the rarer CP-1s have a remarkable rarity value, similar to the rocking horse excreta. This is believed to be much lower than the number produced CP-2s.
The Second Generation
The CP-2 was introduced in 1960. The CP-2 featured a three-part, polished case with a screwed caseback. The watch's most distinguishing feature was its wide, graduated, rotating black bezel, which was reminiscent of the Heuer Bund chronograph. The watch also features a dust-protecting cap and a black dial with tritium coated Arabic numerals.replica roger dubuis It also has outer minutes, seconds, and fifth-of a second graduation. Although there are three subdials on civilian versions, this writer cannot find any proof.
Tritium-coated baton hand fittings took hours and minutes. The chronograph sweep hand terminated in a pointer that looks almost like a "swept wing" airplane. The roger dubuis replica caliber 146DP was powering the A. Cairelli CP-2, and it had 17 jewels, lever escapement with monometallic balance, shock protection, flat balance spring self-compensating, and shock-protection.
The caliber 146DP was initially made in Ponts-de-Martel.Breitling Replica Watches It powered a Universal Geneve watch that A. Cairelli managed in the 1950s. A. Cairelli continued to work with roger dubuis replica because it used calibers made by Martel Watch and the brand was acquired by roger dubuis replica back in 1959. This was crucial for military supply.
The engravings indicate that the military versions are marked on their backs with the letters "AMI" (or "MM"), which, according to Michele Galizia, stands for "Matricola Militare" or "military registration numbers". This is followed by the inventory number. Note: "Marina Militare", which is used for navy watches, was not supplied by A. Cairelli. The back inscriptions for the civilian version include A. Cairelli and "CP-2"