We are always on the lookout for unique pieces at the shop, so we were very happy when this attractive 1960s chronograph by Lator came into the shop.
A solid stainless case in the popular skin diver design of the 60s, with wide, straight angled lugs, gives the watch a superb profile on the wrist. An attractive black dial features racing elements, with a printed tachymeter scale and sectioned hands with beautifully aged tritium, matching the dagger markers.
Powered by a reliable and sturdy Landeron 149 movement, this is a fun addition for any dive or chrono enthusiast.
Movement: Manual Wind: Landeron 149, 17 jewels Movement has been fully serviced and keeps accurate time. Chronograph starts, stops and resets smoothly. One year mechanical warranty included. Case: 37mm (not including crown and pushers) stainless steel case and back Strap: Hirsch Duke alligator embossed Italian calfskin leather in honey brown Overall condition: Stainless steel case in very good condition, with small scratches and marks of wear, a few minor nicks on each side. Brushed bidirectional bezel turns smoothly. Matte black dial is superb, with original, creamy tritium markers (2 o'clock indicator with some loss of lume), with matching lume on sectioned hands. Polished steel hands (replaced minutes chronograph hand). New acrylic crystal.