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For Sale is this funky reproduction of a 1970s Sears Triple Date Watch, originally produced by Heuer / Leonidas.

Case width - 49mm x 44mm
Case thickness - 15mm

Wrist shot below shows the watch on my 7" wrist.

Originally, Heuer / Leonidas produced a series of watches for Sears in the 1970s.

This is a reproduction.

For further reading on these models see:

This series included the Jacky Ickx racing chronograph, the plastic-bodied Easy Rider chronographs and this metal-bodied triple date model, which uses the same dial color scheme as the Jacky Ickx model.

It looks like a chronograph. However, the upper button sets the day sub register and the lower botton sets the month sub register. The date itself is set by pulling the crown out to position one.

To be clear, this is not a chronograph.

Pulling the crown out to position two hacks the movement and allows you to set the time.

Heuer used either the Leonidas brand name, or simply SEARS on these lower end watches.

This reproduction watch has an automatic movement (Miyota)and is in extremely good condition.

The tachymeter bezel insert is more for decoration than for function and was likely added simply to maintain the brand appearance.

The movement is top-loading as can be seen in the caseback images.

Service history unknown, but it runs well and all features function properly.

No box, or papers. Watch will be well packed and shipped in a generic box packed within a shipping box.

Asking $100 shipped CONUS

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