Welcome back to another Fratello on Air Podcast. This time, Balazs and Mike talk about their #1 vintage chronographs.
Balazs and Mike love vintage chronographs and are quick to share the best three most loved pieces inside their assortments. It’s a conversation of clocks that traverses the decades.
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The “Handgelenk Kontrolle” and some news
Before zeroing in on the primary point, however, it’s time for a “Handgelenk Kontrolle” and a reasonable piece of information. During this account, Balazs picked one of his vintage chronographs for the event with the ’70s Seiko 6139-7070. He’s a gigantic aficionado of both the plan and how it wears. Mike went off subject with his recently gotten 1960 Gruen Ocean Chief, a watch with in excess of a passing likeness to the first Breitling Superocean .
We at that point dive into some news and start with our short contemplations on the new Omega Speedmaster Professionals . We comment how they help us to remember quite possibly the main vintage chronographs ever: the Speedmaster 105.012 . Next up is a speedy talk on the Seiko Alpinist SPB201J1 that left our shop and now will come to European Seiko stores very soon. At last, we notice the new MING 27.02 and Mike uncovers a blameworthy confession.
We at that point proceed onward to our number one vintage chronographs — there was some extreme dynamic here!
Balazs talks about the accompanying three pieces:
- Omega Speedmaster Mark II with Racing Dial, an achievable watch that the two of us own!
- Angelus Chronodato, with its special presentation. He likewise addresses the 215 with Hungarian Air Force provenance as well.
- Lemania 27chro , a watch that’s worth knowing on account of its bind to our #1 Moonwatch.
Mike proceeds on vintage chronographs and heads to the ’60s:
- Breitling 765 CP “Jean-Claude Killy”, which positions as one of the most loved watches in his collection.
- Heuer Autavia 2446 “Jochen Rindt”, an outright exemplary that harkens back to bygone times of engine racing.
- Omega Speedmaster Professional 145.012 , an unsurpassed exemplary that looks similarly as back in 1967.
We close out the show with some discussion on Tritium dial Speedmaster models and a guarantee to get back with vintage chronographs we’d like to buy.
Enjoy the show!