Steel case. Manual movement Cal. Valjoux 7737. Year 1970s. In 1972, Valjoux SA filed a patent for a ‘Pièce d’horlogerie à mécanisme de chronographe’ – a ‘Timepiece with Chronograph Mechanism’ – which became the Memosail. A purpose build time piece for sailing and regattas in general. Beautiful, salt & sun faded dial. Stainless Steel case. Leather strap with C-Buckle.
Case: Stainless steel
Movement: Manual winding
Diameter: 43.0 mm
Height: 13.8 mm
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