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    Chronograph corner

    Ana or Digi - bi-compax - tri-compax - monopusher - column wheel - cam - vertical clutch - power reserve - plain or just complicated - german, chinese, swiss, russian or japanese - date or dateless - day or dayless - blown out with the subdials - or not. as long as it's a chrono

    Let's see a chrono or two - you don't need to post them all in one post, just post them though

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    The only chrono I own today.

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    I have a few, probably around 30 if we include digitals, so I値l start with my favourite:


    This is probably the nicest of my half a dozen 7Axx quartz chronos


    I have maybe ten 7Txx watches so I値l pick this one:


    This one is kind of funky. Never seen another one the same, although I do own another dancing hands model that痴 a lot less futuristic.


    And of course a have a few dual displays of which the Arnie is the most legendary:


    And lots of pure digitals have chrono. So I値l pick this as an interesting model from 1984 as I view it as the grandpappy of the iwatch:


    That値l do for now


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pip View Post
    I have a few, probably around 30 if we include digitals, so I値l start with my favourite:


    This is probably the nicest of my half a dozen 7Axx quartz chronos


    I have maybe ten 7Txx watches so I値l pick this one:


    This one is kind of funky. Never seen another one the same, although I do own another dancing hands model that痴 a lot less futuristic.


    And of course a have a few dual displays of which the Arnie is the most legendary:


    And lots of pure digitals have chrono. So I値l pick this as an interesting model from 1984 as I view it as the grandpappy of the iwatch:


    That値l do for now

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    I had one of those
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    My first. The watch that changed my opinion of chronographs. Despite the small subdials I still love this watch. Eterna Soleure triple date moonphase.

    PB220195 by Hank Blanc, on Flickr
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    My best/favourite. Valgranges powered RGM 400.

    PC060070 copy by Hank Blanc, on Flickr
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