Automatic full-calendar chronograph keeping seasonal measurements of the day, date, month, and moonphase. Encased in hand-polished stainless steel equipped with your choice of leather strap. Featuring a salmon-toned guilloché dial with platinum hands. A sapphire crystal exhibition-back reveals the Swiss-Made 7751 caliber, regulated and decorated by Towson Watchmakers in Maryland, USA. Limited to 100 timepieces by Hartwig Balke.
Functions Full-Calendar Chronograph
Calibration 46hr power-reserve, 25 jewels, chronometer-grade, adjusted to five positions
Remastered by Hartwig Balke to achieve chronometer-grade accuracy. Featuring a quickset crown and day-correcting pusher to ease operation of the complication-set. Each movement was built through 2021 - 2022 by Towson watchmakers.
Hour/Minute central hands
24-Hour hand on left sub-dial
Sweep-Second at 9:00/left sub-dial
Seconds central hand with stop/start pushers
Minutes small hand at 12-o'clock counting to 30-minutes
Hours small hand at 6-o'clock counting to 12-hours
Moon-Phase window located at 6-o'clock
Day window at 12 o'clock with correcting-pusher on the case
Date 31-day calendar located on the outer portion with central hand (moon-crescent tip)
Month window located at 12-o'clock
Material stainless steel
Dimensions 44 x 40mm diameter, 13.4mm height, 20mm lug width
Finish satin mid-section, high-polish bezel, satin lugs
Start/Stop Pushers free-standing, oval shape, high-polish
Crown push-pull, quickset
Depth Rating 5 ATM
Crystal domed sapphire, scratch-resistant, anti-reflex coating
Case-Back exhibition display, sapphire crystal, screw-down, engraved with company and customer information
Special Features day-corrector drilled into the case for easy setting of the day window
Screw-pile lighthouses function today as sentinels of maritime history & industrial prowess in the Chesapeake Region. For centuries, they have helped guide schooners through the Choptank River at night. Their signature beacon-style inspired the Choptank's proprietary case-design.
Reference No. E250 and serial No. 001 - 100 engraved on the case-back.
Designed and assembled by Hartwig Balke. Manufactured in collaboration with our partners in Pforzheim, Germany.
Retired once sold-out.