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I have up for sale my Marathon CSAR. It's in 95% TZ mint condition. This watch comes complete with 100% vulcanized black rubber strap 22mm wide and 316L stainless steel buckle. Along with OEM SS bracelet, inner and outer boxes, manual, warranty information and selvyt polish cloth. AN ABSOLUTELY AMAZING PIECE! Engraved markings on back include details such as date of production and serial numbers for traceability and maintenance.. Sale Price $2275.00 shipped (CONUS) and paypaled. No trades at this time.

From Marathon website:

"Movement is 7750 ETA Valjoux Automatic (Self Winding) 25 jewel minimum Swiss Made Movement. Movement has "Date & Day" display with "Rapid Date and Day Correction". Chronograph has 1/5 second (100th minute) timing. Movement is non-magnetic and has minimum 36 hour running time.

Case construction allows for 300M/1000ft water resistance by using Screw-Down Crown and Screw-Down Side pushers. Revolving external bezel is calibrated from 0 to 60 in white on black background. Case diameter is 44.5mm and high turning bezel is 46.6mm. Case is made of 316L Stainless Steel and has a sapphire crystal.

Dial display shows standard and supplemental time 1 - 12 (13 - 24); also, dial displays Date and Day. Chronograph timing is dual graduated, inner graduations are 1/5 sec and as well as decimal 1/100minute timing (alternate inner timing ring). Sweep Second hand indicates timing in 1/5 sec (&/or 1/100 minute) up to 60 sec (1 minute); Chronograph sub registers measure up to 30 minutes and 12 hours each. Register indexes & hands use MARAGLO paint for night viewing. Encapsulated tritium (Isotope H3) light sources are used for dial at each hour position as well as the Minute and Hour hands, activity between 28-30 millicuries (under 30 millicuries).

This Chronograph meets the specifications of both NSN 6645-01-544-0408 and NSN 6645-20-002-8253

Chronograph timing:
· 1/5 second and 1/100th minute timing divisions
· Time-out 2 button function: with independent start/stop and zero reset buttons
· 0 to 30 minutes (30 minute register at 12 o'clock position)
· Small sweep second (at 9 o'clock position)
· 0 to 12 hours (12 hour register at 6 o'clock position)"







 

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