Seagull 1963 | 40mm | White Panda | Sapphire
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Seagull 1963 | Panda edition | 40mm | Swan neck regulator
Introducing the Seagull 1963 Chronograph white panda edition with a 40mm case size, a reissued version of the Chinese Air Force Mechanical Chronograph with a slight twist. This masterpiece boasts white-black panda dial with a sapphire glass on the front, as well as an exhibition case back with sapphire crystal.
The upgraded Seagull ST19 movement with Swan Neck Regulator ensures better regulation, making it a must-have for collectors. The movement is a hand winding Seagull ST1901 mechanical chronograph with a frequency of 21,600 bph and a power reserve of approximately 42 hours on a full wind without the chronograph running.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to own a one-of-a-kind 40mm Seagull 1963 Chronograph, perfect for those with bigger wrists who may not be able to wear our 38mm case size.
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
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
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- Orders are processed within 24 hours when placed on a business day!
- Free Shipping: 4-7 Business Days
- Express Shipping (22 euros): 1-3 Business Days
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Original st19 Seagull hand-winding
Chronograph movement; 21 Jewels; 21600 BPH
|CASE MATERIAL||316L Stainless Steel|
|WATER RESISTANCE||3 ATM|
|LUG TO LUG||46mm|
|BRACELET MATERIAL||Green textile nato|
|CROWN||Pull Out Crown|
What experts say
‘With the majority of Swiss-made column-wheel chronographs housed in watches that cost at least $3,000, the Seagull 1963 is a true outlier in terms of value that also offers impressive military history and a charming midcentury design format.’
‘It’s a very interesting dial too…The pale green military kinda vibe.. very very interesting. For 300 bucks, I mean come on… that is just amazing.’