Mark I 42.5mm SS Gray White Sub-dials ETA Valjoux 7750

Rp 31,000,000.00

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Case Diameter 42.5mm
Thickness 16mm thickness, 45.8mm lug-to-lug, 22mm lug width
Bezel Static Blasted Bezel
Case Material 316L Stainless Steel, Brush / Shiny Finish Case and Bracelet
Dial Matt dial, 3 Sub-dials, Tachymeter ring, SL C3 Green, Super-LumiNova on hands and indexes
Strap 316L Stainless Steel, Brush / Shiny Finish Bracelet
Crystal Sapphire Crystal with Anti reflective Treatment
Caseback Solid caseback
Movement ETA Valjoux 7750, Automatic – Chronograph Movement, 25 Jewels
Function Hours, minutes, seconds, chronograph & day and date at 3 o'clock
Water Resistance 20 bar / 200 meters / 660ft

Le Jour, a French distributor, is best known as a European retailer of chronographs manufactured by Heuer in the 1980s. (Le Jour was also the name Yema used to bring watches into the States). Back then, Heuer produced an array of watches under their private label arrangements. Many of these watches were identical to those already in Heuer’s catalog minus Heuer’s branding. In the mid-’80s, Heuer made a PVD sports chronograph called the Pasadena. Heuer also manufactured this model for Le Jour, who debuted it as their 7203 chronographs. This model often referred to as a poor man’s Heuer amongst collectors.
Like many companies, Le Jour eventually perished during the height of the quartz crisis. The rights to the brand changed ownership numerous times, with no significant attempt to revive the brand. That is, until now

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