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A marketplace for chronographs, dive watches and other tool-type wristwatches and timepieces
Rules: Postings must be an ad announcing an intent to sell, buy or trade. Full item description and photo(s) must be posted within the message here, not as links to other websites. Links to online auctions and other sites: Links to online auctions, dealer sites or other listings of items are permitted, but you should be careful to ensure that such listings will comply with our other ChronoTrader Policies. In addition, we request that sellers linking to online auctions or listings offer some benefit or accomodation to ChronoTrader readers (for example, some discount or an undertaking to end an auction early, to keep a watch "in the family"). Photos must be of the actual item for sale in its present condition. No counterfeit or replica products. No post for the same item may be repeated within 7 days, except to lower the asking price. Commercial dealers are limited to three unique posts per day. [More...]
Here's an amazing vintage dive watch in near mint condition. I usually hesitate to say 'you'll never find a better one,' but in this case I think it applies. It is massive and heavy, measuring 42.5mm x 48mm diameter; 22mm thickness. The bright tangerine orange pops like no other watch I've worn. The manual winding movement is running well; she's keeping great time. This watch features a proprietary movement that Favre-Leuba developed with Peseux, a highly-regarded movement manufacturer that made some of the finest time-only movements during this era. I have not checked the depth gauge by submerging the watch.The only things of note condition wise are a few scratches near the screw-down crown, a small bubble to the right of the arrow pointer on the bezel, and a few small bezel scratches. I have included a ChronoTrader tagged photo. I have not attempted to open the case back for fear of scratching it; if you are a serious buyer and need a movement shot, let me know and I will visit the watchmaker. I have references on ChronoTrader, WatchUSeek, TimeZone and eBay.
I offer a three day inspection period: once you receive the watch, you have three days to check it out, enjoy it, show it to your watchmaker. You can contact me at any time in those three days and return it--for any reason--in the same way that it was shipped to you. I'll inspect it on receipt and if everything's the same as when I sent it, you'll get an immediate refund minus any shipping costs or payment fees I incurred.