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Feels Great ! ! ! Measurements to be Added

The "feel" of this one is great!! Tonight, I will do the measurements, but it actually feels relatively flat against my wrist. The classic circular watch is the right shape for rotating hands; the lugs then make a normal circular watch into a rectangle . . . this Monster just starts as the rectangle, and drops the two LCD displays into the mix.

I bought from original owner, who received as teenager circa 1977, and seems to have worn a fair amount. In my view, the "New Old Stock, with Box and Papers" is a separate market, with an entirely different price scale. I paid in the customary price range for well-worn Chronosplit.



: I'm pretty sure my wrist doesn't have that 30
: degree crink in the top. Just curious - how
: does it "feel"?

: Definitely adds some "diversity" to
: your Heuer collection Jeff - and arguably
: one of the most interesting
: motorsports-inspired pieces.

: I presume the previous owner wasn't as
: "proud" of this as the one being
: offered for 3800 we both ran across
: recently...

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