Red Star Automatic Chronograph
Caliber: SL-4617 automatic chronograph
Watchcase: Stainless steel matt
Lug to Lug width: 50mm
Red Star Automatic Chronograph !
Sapphire crystal & sapphire crystal caseback / automatic caliber SL4617
The caliber SL4617 with 32 jewels comes from the Chinese watchmaker Liaoning Peacock from Dangdong. Located in the province of Liaoning, the factory (right on the border with North Korea) enjoys an excellent reputation and has been producing mechanical calibers since 1958 - e.g. Tourbillons, chronographs, skeleton watches - it is one of the most important manufacturers of high-quality mechanical caliber of the People's Republic of China.
The Chinese People's Republic cooperated with the Soviet Union and imported Soviet watchmaking equipment. The caliber 2408 "Kirovskie" of the 1st Moscow Watch Factory also produces there like the Kaliebr 2409 "Stolichnie". As early as 1966, Swiss machines were also imported and new plants manufactured.
This is the brand new SL4617 automatic chronograph caliber with 32 jewels, 28.800 halfrotations/hour, shock protection and about 40 hours power reserve.
With date quickset.
This red star chronograph has a solid watchcase of matt stainless steel with 43mm diameter (with crown 46mm and from lug to lug 50mm), a height of 16mm and 20mm bandwidth. Weight of the watch incl. strap 115 grams.
Sapphire crystal and screwed sapphire crystal back decorated with Chinese characters.
Rotatable lunette. 3ATM.
Olive dial with easy to read luminescent numerals, luminous hands and distinctive red star! Red stop seconds hand with hammer & sickle.
Delivery incl. special leather strap and watch case.
Germany EUR: 5.-
Europe EUR: 10.- ( with DHL EXPRESS EUR: 25.- )
Worldwide EUR: 20.- ( with DHL EXPRESS EUR: 35.- )
Germany: 1 - 2 days ( no Express necessary )
Europe: 2 - 5 days ( depending on the country ) / with DHL EXPRESS 1 - 2 days
Worldwide: 4 - 14 days ( depending on the country ) / with DHL EXPRESS 1 - 4 days
The shipping is always insured and online tracking is possible !
Pic by Oskar Kampmann