Fun story: Dugena was actually first called “Alpina”. But those damned allies forbade them to use that name in 1942 (there was something of a war going on, as you might recollect), and so the name Dugena was born! Dugena stands for “Deutsche Uhrmacher-Genossenschaft Alpina”, so there’s still some notion remaining of their old name.
Meanwhile, here in the 21st century, we offer all the racing enthusiasts here this stunning Dugena Chronograph from the 70s with a matte reverse panda dial. The watch is in beautiful unpolished condition and the matte dial just pops with the white subregisters! The case is 40mm and the watch is driven by a powerful valjoux 7734. Get your chance to get your hands on this cool racing watch!