Lexington Chronograph

The Lexington also sports a specially designed high domed crystal, common to chronographs in the 50s and 60s

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The Lexington is a classy chronograph available in two vintage colorways. Under the hood is a manual wind chronograph movement derived from the highly regarded Venus 175, a 23-jeweled column wheel movement. The Sea-Gull ST1901 as it is called is made with the same tooling as the original movement in Switzerland, after being purchased from Venus in the 1960s. The Lexington also sports a specially designed high domed crystal, common to chronographs in the 50s and 60s. However, unlike vintage pieces, it's made with scratch resistant K1 glass. This watch will be assembled, regulated and tested in the US prior to shipment.


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