Jan 20, 201714948 views

What's your favorite Chronograph?

Currently, I'm loving the Junkers Bauhaus. Would be a dream to me if it were mechanical. Still willing to compromise for the aesthetic, and because the automatic movement Junkers uses is pretty loud. Which Chronograph watches are you coveting these days?

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I’m not too good with camera, here’s one of my fav chrono watch and am surprised no one mentioned it so far.... the Ebel 1911 Panda...
SimonTeo
Hadn't even heard of Ebel until now. Thanks for noting it!
I absolutely love the zenith El-Primero.
My favourite chronograph is my Glycine SST12 Curono. Three timezones, day window and a chronograph, all the functions that I need the most.
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That's unfortunate. If it was dropped here I'll scoop one up. Both the Glycine Stratoforte and the Altus chronographs are beautiful. I'm not sure whether they still make those or not.
agni
Your best bet would be ebay new old -stock as those chronographs IIRC were discontinued
For the very similar Bauhaus design watch, I’d recommend Junghans Maxbill Chronoscope for slightly more sophisticated look.
Fortgreene01
Yes - that is a remarkable watch.
how much this watch costs or sellings? thanks...
I gave my Seiko Flightmaster a photoshoot when I first got it.
Cheetah background to match :)

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ClxLee
What lens did you use for these shots? Looks great!
NJboneless
I used the Canon 100mm 2.8 IS L
This is my fav for sure.
Dsn112
Super clean. Do you ever switch out the band? Bet it would be great from time to time with something like a black leather strap.
Tutima NATO Chronograph. titanium case, 12 hr chrono, seperate
24 hr dial, rotating bezel
At the more affordable end of the spectrum, I love the Seiko SNA Flight Alarm Chronograph.
Has to be my (roughly) 2004 Chronoswiss Tora Dual Time Zone. Packs fantastic functionality in a 38mm package and is on of the most elegant (in my eyes) of the genre.