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This is a beautiful watch and perfect for keeping military time in two timezones. This is a three register chronograph using the Lemania 1877 manual movement (the 24 hour version of the 1873 found in the Omega Speedmaster moonwatch). It measures 40mm X 13.2mm with a 20mm lug (the Marathon SAR bracelet fits it nicely and I have a watch identical to this one on the SAR bracelet).
I just acquired this piece, serial 4.199.722 in trade and it looks like it has been worn only a few times. I would rate it in near mint condition because I cannot find a flaw on the case. The geniune croc deployant strap appears to have been lightly worn a few times.
These beautiful watches were limited to a production of 500. The pushers LOOK like they screw down but they do not.
The watch is rated to 10 ATM/100 meters, has a flat sapphire crystal, and ratcheting unidirectional 24 hour bezel.
The watch functions flawlessly and keeps nearly perfect time.
AeroCompaxes are difficult to find, and list for $3,590, although usually the asking price is $1,575 - $1,675.
I am asking $1,300 obo and I accept PayPal.
Will consider trades...sports, military or pilot watches only.
Buy this watch today to keep my puppy happy :-) (need to build a fence for her)