1960s Wakmann Incabloc Triple Date Chronograph
Poised and ready to turn heads when on the wrist, it is a very attractive and legible watch due to the panda style chronograph dial. The 37 mm case wears extremely well. You can also trust the reliability of its chronograph movement as the Valjoux 730 caliber used here is based on the manual-winding Valjoux 72, a movement you need no introduction to if you appreciate a vintage Rolex Daytona. This is a unique piece that contains all of the key characteristics of similar chronographs from the same era without the heavy hitter price tag.
1992 Rolex Explorer II
The Explorer II was originally introduced in 1971 as an update to the original Explorer model. This Explorer II wristwatch features a substantial 40mm stainless steel case as well as larger and easier to read minute, hour, and seconds hands. To help trek through dark terrains, the 24 hour fixed bezel works alongside the 24 hour hand to help the wearer easily distinguish between night or day. The waterproof oyster case and resilient stainless steel make this wristwatch extremely resistant and able to withstand even the harshest conditions. Comfortable and easy to adjust, the Oyster bracelet with sturdy Oysterlock clasp that won't pop open.
1960s Wittnauer Geneve Chronograph
Wittnauer chronographs are some of the most underrated vintage watches on the market today. This example features a beautiful silvered dial with red and blue tachymeter scale. The watch is powered by the caliber Venus 188 chronograph movement with two registers for constant seconds and 30-minutes indications. This is a great chronograph for everyday wear.