Seagull 1963 | Grey Panda dial Edition
We are currently shipping out orders as fast as we can. If you want to receive your order before Christmas with certitude, make sure to place your order at least a few days days in advance!
This 38mm Grey Panda dial Seagull 1963 Chronograph is a reissued version of the Chinese Air force Mechanical Chronograph with a slight twist, a unique and classic masterpiece now searched for by collectors nearly as much as the original. It has a grey sunburst dial and a 38mm stainless steel case.
Available with a retro acrylic glass and a sapphire on front and an exhibition case back. The Movement is an upgraded Seagull st19 movement with Swan Neck Regulator for better regulation. The movement is a Seagull ST19 mechanical (hand winding) chronograph with 21,600 bph. The power reserve is about 42 hours on a full wind without the chronograph running.
Orders placed before 2.30 pm CET on business days, will be shipped the same day! We keep our stock in Belgium, so we will always ship to you within 1 business day using DHL Express.
In this way we can ensure 1-3 business day shipping within Europe with Express shipping and 4-7 business days worldwide shipment so you will have your watch faster than anywhere else!
All watches sold by us are offered with 2 years of warranty. They undergo a very intense 3 step quality control process (ISO9001) for us in China. After that our in house watchmaker tests these watches carefully here in Antwerp, Belgium again before shipping them out to you.
A Brief History
The Seagull 1963 or sometimes referred to as the Project d304 is an affordable and authentic Chinese aviation watch with vintage styling. The chronograph watch was made for the Chinese Airforce and the People’s liberation Army.
It has a polished stainless steel case of 38mm and a cream dial. All our Seagull 1963 chronograph watches use an original handwinding Seagull ST1901 movement.
The column wheel chronograph caliber ST19 is made by the Tianjin Watch Factory and is based on the Swiss Venus 175 movement from 1950! All the Seagull chronograph movements we use have 21 jewels and have a power-reserve of 42 hours.
WHAT’S IN THE BOX
We take great pride and care in developing our Seagull 1963 watches but this doesn’t end when production and quality control is finished. It’s also crucial that your Seagull 1963 chronograph is being protected in the best possible way during shipment from the watch factory to our warehouse and from our warehouse to your doorstep! The box contains a lot of purposeful items. Most important of all, the outer packaging sleeve was designed to protect your Seagull 1963 watch in the best possible way. Inside the cardboard sleeve, you’ll find a vintage tin box with foam lining so the ST1901 chronograph movement is protected against shocks. Inside the tin box we can find the Seagull 1963 chronograph watch with its distinctive nato strap and our special tag, a warranty card with a manual on how to use your ST1901 chronograph functions and how to wind the ST19 movement. You’ll also find a card with a unique QR code to verify the authenticity of your watch (coming soon!).