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FS: Vintage Certina Chronolympic DS-2 Chronograph Original *PIC*

Offering this nice early 1970s Certina Chronolympic DS-2 8601 Chronograph with unusual gray dial and blue sub dials. It’s in excellent original condition. Running perfectly, keeping time within a few seconds per day, chrono functions fine and returns to 0 properly, everything functioning as it should. It’s a large watch at 42mm x 49mm with the lugs. The tonneau shape makes it wear even larger, very modern. I just added a 20mm gray suede band with red and blue accents which complements the watch beautifully. Movement is a Valjoux 234 manual wind and looks perfect. Much more rare than the more common blue dial Chronolympics. This watch has obviously been well cared for, with only minor wear. Comes with the original red Certina box and black leather band (which is in poor condition). The gray dial with blue and red accents just pops, it’s quite striking. Perfect feedback on eBay and have done a few successful deals here as well. Email for plenty more pics.
Looking for $2395 or best offer via no fee paypal (or add 3% for goods). This is a great watch for the price. US buyers only unless we discuss shipping arrangements. Scammers please don’t waste my time or yours, I’ve heard them all.

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