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The Series #3061
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The Series #3061
The return of a 60's icon
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In the 1960’s Benrus released the original series #3061 watches. A civilian variation on the military-issued DTU-2AP field watch, it featured a Benrus logo on the dial, a red-tipped seconds hand, lumed numerals, and a polished case, clearly distinguishing it from its military counterpart.

Benrus has relaunched the series #3061 for a modern audience, staying very true to the original but with some updates. Now measuring 39.5mm x 48mm x 12mm, the satin brushed steel case has more wrist presence. The dial, which sits under a double domed acrylic crystal, stays very true to the original, keeping the #3061 hallmarks of the logo, red-tipped seconds hand, and C3 SuperLuminova printed numerals.

The Benrus Series #3061 comes mounted to a 20mm black leather rally strap. 

Inside of the Benrus Series #3061 is the Swiss-made Soprod P024 caliber. An automatic movement, it features 25-jewels, hacking, hand winding, 38 hours of power reserve, no “phantom” date, and a frequency of 28,800 bph.

 

  • Case: Brushed steel
  • Dial: Matte Black
  • Movement: Soprod P024
  • Winding: Automatic
  • Lens: Acrylic
  • Strap: Black Leather
  • Water Res.: 5 ATM
  • Diameter: 39.5mm
  • Length: 48mm
  • Thickness: 12mm
  • Lug Width: 20mm
About Benrus

Benrus was founded in New York by Benjamin Lazrus and his two brothers and took its name from the first syllable of his name and the last syllable of the family name. The three young men combined $5,000 in savings and started importing Swiss watch movements and casing them in New York City. They headquartered the fledgling company in the iconic Hippodrome building, nestled in the jewelry district and what is known to still be the “heart” of the City. Today, the company’s headquarters remains in the same location.