Stowa Two-Register Chronograph circa 1970s (Landeron 248)


Brand: Stowa

Model: Two-Register Chrono (RARE); Swiss Made circa 1970s

Case: 20 microns yellow gold-plated case with stainless steel screw-down back is approximately 35mm excluding the original winding crown

Strap: 19mm vintage NOS Cavalier tan leather strap with yellow gold-plated tang buckle

Movement: Landeron cal. 248 manual-winding chronograph movement (17 jewels); 18,000 BPH; Swiss Made

Features: Stunning original silver sunburst dial with gold-tone hour markers; original handset; 45-minute chronograph recording capability; black outer tachymeter ring for timing the average speed of a moving object (i.e. racing applications); 20 microns yellow gold-plated case with cool rainbow patina and domed acrylic crystal; great vintage strap

Condition: Fantastic original condition overall with minor honest wear consistent with age and use; yellow gold-plated case exhibits light wear; crisp stainless steel screw-down caseback remains clearly legible; gorgeous original silver sunburst dial with crisp black printing throughout; excellent original hands with all luminous material in tact and matching; clean domed acrylic crystal; NOS/unworn vintage strap

Other: If you're looking for an affordable vintage Swiss chronograph, this Stowa a great option for well under a grand! Stowa is still making watches today, but you won't see anyone else wearing this rare 1970s chrono... The silver sunburst dial is really striking and we love the contrasting outer black tachymeter ring with gold print. At 35mm in diameter and 40mm lug-to-lug, it sits comfortably on the wrist and can be dressed up or down. The vintage NOS tan leather strap compliments the watch perfectly.

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