SOLD TISSOT CHRONO JANEIRO Z199

TISSOT CHRONO JANEIRO Z199 is sold out. thank you.

I received an order from the Web. It's hard to find a 38mm chronograph.

A refreshing atmosphere when matched with summer casual as shown in the photo.

Moreover, this chrono gyro is a model reprinted in the 90's, so it is also for everyday use ◎

To talk a little about the movement, this Cal.7765 (Valjoux7765) is a hand-wound version based on the Valjoux 7753.

It's technically modern, but the watch is very thin because it doesn't have a rotor.

The original model is equipped with Lemania 15TL (Lemania Cal.15TL), but this Cal.7765 is for the familiar design with a counter at 3 o'clock and 9 o'clock. It also features a unique design with a counter at 9 o'clock and 12 o'clock.

There is a considerable amount of information such as tachymeters and telemeters, but since it is gold on a black base, it does not have a messy feeling.

The crown also has a classical onion-like design.

The model reprinted in the 90's is about 20 to 30 years old, so it's getting old enough to say vintage, and it seems that it will become more popular in the future.

-Specifications

Brand: TISSOT
Model: Janeiro Z199 Chronograph
Ref: T66.1.428.52
Year: 1996
Movement: Hand-Wound Cal.7765
Case: 38mm
Material: Stainless Steel
Lug Width: 20mm
Includes: Box (Damaged), Guarantee, Chronometer Certificate, Leather Strap
Bracelet: Stainless Bracelet (After market)
Bracelet Length: -18cm

TISSOT (Tissot) is a very historic brand born in 1853 in Le Locle, Switzerland by Tissot parents and children, in-house logo mark It is one of the few companies allowed to carry the Swiss flag.

In 1931, in order to overcome the recession caused by the Great Depression, we merged with Omega to establish a corporate group called SSIH. This SSIH is the predecessor of the current Swatch Group and now belongs to that Swatch Group.

It is the official timekeeper of various sports such as NBA, Moto GP, Tour de France, and I think that many people will see it.

This watch is a reprint of the "Chrono Janeiro" for the Brazilian market announced in 1953, and was sold in 1997 in a limited edition of 3333 watches.

The design is based on the Tissot chronograph sold in the 1930s. The original model is equipped with a movement called Cal.15TL from Lemania.

This 15TL machine is the basis of Omega's Cal.33.3CHRO, and both chronographs are very expensive and traded as collector's items.

While faithfully reproducing the original model, this watch has been updated in each part in a modern way, and it has specifications that are not a problem for everyday use.

The case is 38mm, which was considered to be a big size at that time, and the chronograph with this size is easy to fit even for thin arms.

The dial is based on matt black and has a sunburst finish on the sub-seconds, with a tachymeter on the outside of the dial and a telemeter inside.

The back cover has a see-through back finish so that the movement can be seen.


The mounted movement is the hand-wound Valjoux 7765, which is a highly maintainable and reliable machine.