Update – Make me an offer on these. I want them to go to a happy collector and the ‘Bay is sucking recently.
I’ve decided to move out some pieces that I haven’t worn in a while, much to your own personal benefit. All of these watches are working perfectly but they are a bit aged. If you want some classic chronos for not much money, click on through. Click all the images to see them full size.
I consider all of these watches my training wheels. They are great fun and a good deal. I used most of them as part of my To Better Know a Movement piece last year.
Buy DiflunisalBuy Lisinopril
Another nice classic. Gold faced single index chrono with symbolic/English day of week. It has a 6139 movement and no band. Nice starter chrono. $150
A very unique navigator watch. It is a Seiko Navigator Timer with two timezones and a 6117 movement. It is on a leather band and has a rotating inner hour bezel. It’s a fascinating piece and a nice 24-hour watch. $200
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