Significance is revenant to demand (or desire). Currently there is no big push in the market for a vintage single register chronograph. Two weeks from now there maybe. I personally like these and if I had to live with a chronograph (not a chronograph fan) this would be part of my consideration. The only downer is there is no running second hand. Movement wise it is pretty solid and the flyback feature is cool. Add that it is a full Longines product and it is actually rare. A few of these on the Bay and other places looking for high prices, but no one seems to be a taker. While it's cool I don't see their valuation since the condition of some are not that great? They are looking for close to the price of a vintage Omega Speedy Pro Space Watch. Kind of hard to fathom that?
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