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  • DS1 & 1/E Spreadsheet.

    Here is the product of the data that was posted in the "Theory of why DS1/1/E" thread plus a couple I found in the "Rado cal v base cal" thread. If you have any DS1 or 1/E data please post it, you can see from the spreadsheet what we need. If you see your watch on the spreadsheet requiring data, please supply it if you can. If you have an AS movement and find a 3 digit date code like these http://www.equationoftime.com/forums...e-a-discovery! please post it, so far there are only 4 in the known Radoverse.

    Edit:Updated with data from Scotts collection. Perhaps we should include the Zero's in this. Thoughts? Also now including case numbers, so if your watch is there without a case number, post it if you can, I know they are hard to see once the back gets worn or over-polished, I had to use a jeweller's loupe to see mine. Not many DS1's with 8 digit ref. ? Please post more data!

    Edit: Latest update:The file became too big to upload so I converted to PDF, that was also too big, so I converted it into a JPEG.
    A pattern is emerging though, it seems they ceased using AS before the 8 digit ref started. It also appears that DS1, 1/E and DS1 8 digit ref. possibly all have consecutive case number.

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    Last edited by Tim.; 07-15-2017, 01:00 AM.

  • #2
    Tim, my DS1 eight digit is 623.0001.3 also
    See my collection slideshow at
    http://s629.photobucket.com/user/sca...20March%202012

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    • #3
      Thanks JP

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      • #4
        Updated with data from Scotts collection. Perhaps we should include the Zero's in this. Thoughts? Also now including case numbers, so if your watch is there without a case number, post it if you can, I know they are hard to see once the back gets worn or over-polished, I had to use a jeweller's loupe to see mine. Not many DS1's with 8 digit ref. ? Please post more data!

        Member Type 8 digit ref Case No. Chrono code Rado cal Cal Date code Date Comment
        Tim early DS1 18255 AS 1700 Oct-62 No accurate date data. DS0 case type
        Jose early DS1 126910 AS 1700 Oct-62 No accurate date data. DS0 case type
        Marcus DS1 175197? 1551 AS 1858 911 Nov-69 Rare dated AS movement. Marcus not sure of the case No. last digit 7?
        Marcus DS1 ? AS 1858 912 Dec-69 Rare dated AS movement.
        JP DS1 ? 61217 AS 1902/03 Jun-70 Date based on Ranfft. More info if possible.
        Marcus DS1? ? none ETA 2782 OO8 Aug-70 ETA with no Rado cal The only one that doesn’t fit the pattern? This should be a 1/E. Possible the back has been changed.
        Scott DS1/E 222505 1838 none ETA 2782 OO8 Aug-70 This is one of two ETA's with no Rado cal. This one is 1/E and would suggest the other one has had the back changed.
        Marcus DS1/E ? 2397 2794 ETA 2788 101 Jan-71
        Tim DS1/E 212238 2793 ETA 2782 105 May-71
        Chris (Radofan) DS1 ? AS1858 107 Jul-71 Rare dated AS movement. From Rado cal v base cal thread.
        Tim DS1 157796 AS 1858 Jan-72 No accurate date data
        JP DS1 623.0001.3 ? 8796 2793 ETA 2782 205 May-72 Very early date for 8 digit?
        Jose DS1/E ? 7494 2797 ETA 2783 305 May-73
        Jose DS1/E ? 2797 ETA 2783 309 Sep-73
        Scott DS1/E 1157098 8347 2797 ETA 2783 311 Nov-73
        Mike DS1/E ? 2797 ETA 2783 407 Jul-74
        Tim DS1 623.0001.3 1165743 9620 2797 ETA 2783 408 Aug-74
        Brad DS1 ? ? ? ? 2797 ETA 2783 408 Aug-74 Chrono from Rado cal v base cal thread. E or 8 digit? Data required.
        Marcus DS1/E ? 4039 2824 ETA 2824 501 Jan-75 Verified 1/E by Marcus in Rado cal v base cal thread?
        Scott DS1 LE 636.0353.3 ? 406554 Ended ETA 2836-2 Ended Mar-92 No accurate date data. Brad and Mike any help here. Is it a 20 or 30 years LE? Can you tell from the ref.No.?
        Last edited by Tim.; 05-20-2017, 06:41 PM.

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        • #5
          We should add the DS8 and DS8/1 models to find out the difference of those.

          Member Type 8 digit ref Case No. Chrono code Rado cal Cal Date code Date Comment
          Tim early DS1 18255 AS 1700 Oct-62 No accurate date data. DS0 case type
          Jose early DS1 126910 AS 1700 Oct-62 No accurate date data. DS0 case type
          Marcus DS1 175197? 1551 AS 1858 911 Nov-69 Rare dated AS movement. Marcus not sure of the case No. last digit 7?
          Marcus DS1 ? AS 1858 912 Dec-69 Rare dated AS movement.
          JP DS1 ? 61217 AS 1902/03 Jun-70 Date based on Ranfft. More info if possible.
          Marcus DS1? ? none ETA 2782 OO8 Aug-70 ETA with no Rado cal The only one that doesn’t fit the pattern? This should be a 1/E. Possible the back has been changed.
          Scott DS1/E 222505 1838 none ETA 2782 OO8 Aug-70 This is one of two ETA's with no Rado cal. This one is 1/E and would suggest the other one has had the back changed.
          Marcus DS1/E ? 2397 2794 ETA 2788 101 Jan-71
          Tim DS1/E 212238 2793 ETA 2782 105 May-71
          Chris (Radofan) DS1 ? AS1858 107 Jul-71 Rare dated AS movement. From Rado cal v base cal thread.
          Tim DS1 157796 AS 1858 Jan-72 No accurate date data
          JP DS1 623.0001.3 ? 8796 2793 ETA 2782 205 May-72 Very early date for 8 digit?
          Jose DS1/E ? 7494 2797 ETA 2783 305 May-73
          Jose DS1/E ? 2797 ETA 2783 309 Sep-73
          Scott DS1/E 1157098 8347 2797 ETA 2783 311 Nov-73
          Mike DS1/E ? 2797 ETA 2783 407 Jul-74
          Mike DS1 623.0001.3 ? 2797 ETA 2783 408 Aug-74
          Mike DS1 ? AS 1848
          Tim DS1 623.0001.3 1165743 9620 2797 ETA 2783 408 Aug-74
          Brad DS1 ? ? ? ? 2797 ETA 2783 408 Aug-74 Chrono from Rado cal v base cal thread. E or 8 digit? Data required.
          Marcus DS1/E ? 4039 2824 ETA 2824 501 Jan-75 Verified 1/E by Marcus in Rado cal v base cal thread?
          Scott DS1 LE 636.0353.3 ? 406554 Ended ETA 2836-2 Ended Mar-82 No accurate date data. Brad and Mike any help here. Is it a 20 years LE?
          Mike DS 8 625.0008.3 ? 2798 ETA 2789
          Mike DS8/1 ? AS 1858
          Best regards, Mike
          vintage-rado.de

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          • #6
            Originally posted by mike184 View Post
            We should add the DS8 and DS8/1 models to find out the difference of those.
            Ok, but maybe better to get everyone to post their DS8 data first and do a DS8 8/1 spreadsheet. Might be easier to see the differences without all the DS1 1/E data amongst it.

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            • #7
              OK.

              To the two ETAs without Rado caliber number:
              Both are 1970, before the "fishnet"-decorated rotor, so before the R-caliber numbers.
              I also think the back with DS1 has been replaced.,

              To the 20th anniversary LE:
              Sorry, donīt know - maybe Brad or s.o. else.
              Best regards, Mike
              vintage-rado.de

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              • #8
                Originally posted by mike184 View Post
                OK.

                To the two ETAs without Rado caliber number:
                Both are 1970, before the "fishnet"-decorated rotor, so before the R-caliber numbers.
                I also think the back with DS1 has been replaced.,

                To the 20th anniversary LE:
                Sorry, donīt know - maybe Brad or s.o. else.
                Ok thanks. It's going to be hard to tell because 2836-2 is in use from '82 till now.

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                • #9
                  Latest update. A pattern is emerging, it seems they ceased using AS before the 8 digit ref started. It also appears that DS1, 1/E and DS1 8 digit ref. possibly all have consecutive case numbers. More data would be good.

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                  Last edited by Tim.; 05-22-2017, 01:10 AM.

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                  • #10
                    Hereīs another one from a watchfriend in UK:

                    DS1/E, -, 1157939, 6735, 2797, ETA 2783, 305, May-73

                    Best regards, Mike
                    vintage-rado.de

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                    • #11
                      Thanks Mike, I'll add it now.

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                      • #12
                        Tim looking at a picture of my early DS1 movement I notice these three letters.
                        I don't know if they mean anything.

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                        • #13
                          UOR - US import code for Rado.

                          Here on an AS1581:

                          Best regards, Mike
                          vintage-rado.de

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by JOSE G View Post
                            Tim looking at a picture of my early DS1 movement I notice these three letters.
                            I don't know if they mean anything.
                            I'll add it in the comments section of your watch. Can you please post the case numbers off your 2 DS1/E's
                            Last edited by Tim.; 05-24-2017, 02:09 AM.

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