Case: 36mm (excluding crown) chrome plated with steel back
Movement: Landeron cal. 248, manual winding
Bracelet/ Strap: Brown double stitch2 leather, 18mm
Features: Reverse panda dial, pump pushers, Landeron movement, white chronograph seconds hand, outer tachymeter scale, 30-minute counting chronograph, snap on case back, beveled lugs, perfectly matching tritium lume, baton hour indices, gloss dial Circa early 1970’s
Condition: In overall very good condition. The dial is fantastic with no major defects of any kind, sub dials are clean. Case is chrome plated but remains in very good original condition with little to no loss of plating. A scratch is visible at on bezel at 2. Lume has aged nicely and is all matching. Movement runs very well keeping accurate time & the chronograph works as it should. Acrylic crystal has visible hairline cracks that do not go all the way through. Currently sourcing a NOS replacement.
Backed by our 6 month repair warranty.
Note: This watch was photographed with high intensity strobe lighting. Which brings out micro/ superficial scratches that will not be as visible under natural lighting.
In-Depth: Often called the “Poor Mans Carrera” this reverse panda chronograph uses many of the style traits that makes the Carrera nearly perfect. In the late 1960’s into the early 1970’s, sports chronographs were all the rage. Heuer led the pack & with the popularity they released cheaper options with similar design qualities. They even used the same movements! Clebar & Zodiac are such watches and bring awesome value for those Heuer lovers out there who aren’t ready to pull that expensive trigger.