Omega - Speedmaster '1957 Relaunch'
Box & Papers 41mm Used 3594.50
Omega - Speedmaster Moonwatch Chronograph 'Dark Side of the Moon'
Box & Papers 44mm Used 322.214.171.124.0..
Omega - Speedmaster Racing
Box & Papers 40mm Used 3126.96.36.199.0..
Sinn - 103 A Sa B Limited Edition Chronograph
Box & Papers 41mm Used 103 A Sa B
TAG Heuer - Carrera Chronograph
Box & Papers 43mm Used CV2A83
Tudor - Black Bay Chronograph
Box & Papers 41mm Used M79360N
Tudor - Grantour Chronograph
Box & Papers 42mm Used M20530N
Breitling - Aerospace
Hold SaleBox & Papers 40mm Used K7536211
Omega - Constellation Chronograph
HoldBox 38mm Used 1542.30
Chronograph Watches Watches
Chronographs are watches with the integrated capabilities of a stopwatch. The idea of the chronograph was first conceived in 1776 as a way to record the time of a projectile's flight, but the first commercially built chronograph didn't appear until 1816, and was used by King Louis XVIII to record the time of horse races.
The modern automatic chronograph was revealed by in 1969, first by Seiko, then by the Chronomatic collaboration (Heuer, Breitling, Hamilton, and Dubois-Depraz), and finally by Zenith. The term "chronometer" is often confused with "chronograph" -- the former is a chronograph that has been certified by the Controle Officiel Suisse des Chronometres, the institute responsible for verification and certification of the accuracy and precision of wristwatches in Switzerland.