1940’s Style Vintage Chronograph Dress Watch – Gold Case

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Hunter Treacy 1940 Dress Chronograph

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An art deco dress chronograph for a cosmopolitan lifestyle, available in Silver or Gold Stainless Steel Cases.

The Hunter Treacy 1940 Dress Chronograph is a tribute to the cosmopolitan Art Deco style of the 1930s when watches such as these were worn by stylish New Yorkers from Rockefeller Center to Wall Street. The 1940 Dress Chronograph recalls timepieces that combined sophisticated elegance with the modern-age trendsetting of the decade.

CASE

38mm stainless steel 316L
12.7mm thickness
20mm lug width
46.1mm lug to lug
Screw-back case

DIAL

Silver sector dial with gold applied numerals and tachymeter
Gold Leaf-shaped hands with blued chronograph hands
Silver subdials with 60-min chronograph and 24-hour indicator

CRYSTAL

Sapphire coated double domed K1 mineral glass with Anti-Reflective treatment

Water Resistance

5 ATM – 30 FEET

Description

Meca-quartz timekeeping
Hunter Treacy 1940 Dress Chronograph is equipped with the Seiko VK64 meca-quartz 60-minute chronograph with tachymeter scale and 24 hours indicator sub-dial.

What is “meca-quartz” chronograph? It is a hybrid design: In a meca-quartz chronograph, the timekeeping functions are controlled by a battery-powered quartz movement, while the stopwatch functions of the chronograph are recorded by a mechanical module that is also powered by the battery.

Meca-quartz movements have been used for four decades in the most rugged and reliable chronographs. The Seiko movement in your Hunter Treacy Dress Chronograph is a direct descendant of the first meca-quartz movements used in premier chronographs.

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