WHY IS THIS WATCH IMPORTANT
This is the 1970s at its best. This beautiful and striking chronograph is all a chronograph collector can dream of, especially in this condition. The watch is driven by the Calibre 12, which was a partnership development effort between Heuer, Breitling, and Hamilton. The watch has the Chrono pushers on the right side of the case and the crown on the left, a characteristic shape for this movement design.
This one has something that makes it even more special, is made for the Argentinian Aire Force back in the 70s, only a few of these ones had surfaced on the market and none on this condition.
This watch is in overall very nice condition, the case seems unpolished and sharp on the edges. The dial is fantastic and the bracelet is in great condition.
The watch has been recently serviced and keeps good time for a watch of its age.
THE FINE PRINT
Material: Stainless steel
Lume: Yes, Tritium
Caliber: Calibre 12 automatic movement
Bracelet/Strap: Original bracelet
-This watch was photographed on a 6.9 inch / 175mm wrist.