Fairly recent acquisition for me, that I have not completely bonded with.
Marathon CSAR Jumbo Pilot's Chronograph. Condition is "Used". Approx 85% new condition. January 2010 manufacture date. OEM bracelet with US Govt logo inscription. All links available and included.
All this needs...
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Sold! This one went quick! Snooze you lose! Thanks buyer and WUS!!!
This is the real deal here! It’s seriously in immaculate condition and comes with the box but no papers. It is mounted on the Marathon strap pictured. The marks in the pictures are lint. Sorry about that.
Listing is one Marathon 22mm "Great Seal" Bracelet. Fits the CSAR, JDD and JSAR 22mm Models.
Has all links. 2 owners. Clasp has moderate desk scratching on it.
$150 shipped CONUS. Shipping other than US CONUS will be discussed.
Hey all, I have a brand new Marathon JSAR contract September 2013 that I'm going to part with. Perfect in every way, black rubber strap that it came with smells of fresh vanilla : )
$499 PayPal to me [illegal content removed], will cover shipping to the USA with tracking and insurance. Sorry...
I got this GSAR in Dec 2013 and I love it, but I have really been thinking I wish it were just a little bigger....so I would like to sell this and then I'm going to buy the new JDD JSAR. Will sacrifice for $625 for quick sale!! Watch is in mint condition. No dings, scratches...
Is it just me or are there striking similarities between the SMW Chronograph and the Marathon Chronograph Pilot?
Valjoux 7750 Swiss Made Movement
“Date & Day” display with “Rapid Date and Day Correction”
Dial & Chapter ring are the same except for the brand specific printing
FS MARATHON MAPLE JSAR -- MINT IN BOX
FS: JUMBO MAPLE JSAR QUARTZ DIVER 300m
:-! Limited Edition of 1000 :-!
Worn once or twice...in MINT LNIB condition 96%+
ALL THE SPECS FOR THIS UNIQUE WATCH FOUND HERE:
Diver's Jumbo Maple LGP Wristwatch - Marathon Watch
This is for every fan...
Bought si-hing's Marathon CSAR. It was perfect / unused as promised, late production, price was excellent, and quickly shipped.
Seller si-hing is Jevne Cunningham of Seattle. Buy from him without worry.
For Sale: Debaufre Csar. Swiss Made. Large 44mm PVD stainless steel case. Sapphire crystal with inner AR coating. Very cool PVD treated ETA Unitas 6498 17j manual-wind movement visible through the display caseback. Strong blue lume. Currently mounted on an aftermarket black leather strap with...
We'd like to spread the word that TopSpecUS.com is now Authorized as a Marathon Watch Dealer / U.S. Importer. We've been selling online since 2009 (including eBay and Amazon), and we have recently been selected by Marathon as an Authorized Dealer.
We're so excited about this that we've rolled...
Can someone please explain to me how to switch out the strap my new PVD Csar? Is it just the standard spring-bars or are the allen size heads on the sides in play here? Also, some tips on how to avoid doing damage while switching things out would be great. Thanks.
Happy Birthday to me! I have been lurking for a few weeks and have bought my first Debaufre and now am on the road to becoming an addict. A few weeks ago I was certain I was going to buy a Citizen Blue Angel in Titanium and went online to find a good price on it. I found what I considered a...
I've been told that my watches must go... (I made a very large purchase without consulting my wife...)
The Marathon CSAR was my grail for years and I finally caught one about a year and a half ago here on WUS. It was in brand new condition when I received it and has since been modified by...
This is the current version 2.0 of the JSAR (purchased about 2 months ago). Has Marathon US seal bracelet with all links, all boxes, paperwork, etc. Also has the Original brand new rubber strap. Watch is easily TZ 95%+, Bezel and crystal is perfect, there are no scratches, or dings. The are...