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Yema Daytona, (so called Poor Man's Heuer Autavia Andretti) in excellent condition
This watch is the least common 1st execution version which was produced for a short time only: it has the glossy dial with silver subdials and uses a Valjoux 92 movement (later versions had a matte dial with Valjoux 773x movement)
The all steel case measures 39mm excl. crown and has a lugwidth of 19mm.
The bezel is still the original one with red triangle at twelve which also matches the correct red-tipped chronohand.
Timekeeping is very good and the chrono resets to '0' as it should, service history is unknown to me.
The watch comes on an unsigned, full length Beads of Rice bracelet with 19mm endlinks, but can also be bought head-only.
Price: €2150 with BoR bracelet / €1950 head-only
The price includes shipping within the EU, outside shipping is at cost depending on preferred method.
Payment via bank transfer is preferred but PayPal (+4%) is also possible of course.
Both the watch and me are located in The Netherlands.
I can provide many references on this forum if needed.