Lemania FC Vallee de Joux, Cal. 5012


Lemania FC Vallee de Joux, Cal. 5012


Lemania issued to the Football Club Vallee de Joux in 1993

Automatic winding movement Lemania 5012

Provided with a metal bracelet (up to 190mm wrist) and a blue strap

History of Lemania

Lemania was a Swiss watch manufacturer and manufacturer of watch movements.

It was founded in 1884 by Alfred Lugrin (1858-1920),

Lemania produced movements for Omega, including for the Speedmaster that Buzz Aldrin wore on the moon.

In 1932, Lemania, Omega and Tissot merged to form the SSIH group.

Lemania separated from the SSIH Group in 1981 and changed its name to Nouvelle Lemania. In 1992 the Nouvelle Lemania was bought by Breguet. The Lemania calibers are still used today in watches of numerous well-known brands.