Technos Sky Light

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Technos Sky Light - fume dial (Richard Phillips)

Technos Sky Light

High quality model mainly found in Japan from the 1970s, with ETA auto date movement and specially fitted Milanese mesh bracelet and unique bezeled crystal. A stunning and rare under-the-radar watch. Found in steel and gold finish, with silver and black dials. A signed crown and heaxagonal baseback with or without Technos logo to centre complete the package. There is some debate as to why the Technos logo appears to be milled off some models - it may be related to when the Japanese manufacturers took sole control of the company circa 1977.


Caseback with no centre medallion
  • Steel faceted case, polished bexel and brushed case
  • Lugwidth 18.5mm
  • 35mm width ex crown
  • 42mm lug to lug
  • Signed Crown
  • Screwed caseback with or without Technos logo
  • Faceted acrylic crystal
  • Custom Milanese steel bracelet with signed buckle clasp
  • ETA 2622 movement with signed rotor and superior finishing
  • Black on white date wheel with chrome surround
  • Brushed and polished dial with alternate outer ring giving illusion of piepan
  • Raised steel hour markers with black inserts on silver dials
  • Silver star above SkyLight at 6 o'clock
Side showing signed crown and faceted crystal
Skylight with Medallion

"It's like the illegitimate offspring of a PiePan Constellation and a C-Case Constellation - lovely!" -Omega Collector
Modified ETA 2622