I’m too slow.....2nd Sinn on this post?
.....and although it’s late 80’s/early 90’s I can’t say I bought it from Helmut Sinn directly, so @sxl2004 definitely deserves the 1st spot!
Japan racing is quite popular in this thread.
Have you ever seen this one? Accidentally run into it few days ago. Enjoy.
(photo credits to mentawatches)
Mine was bought in 1993, so yours might be older
Have to vote also for japan racing....just because
Also love the tudor chrono:
And the seiko giugiaro also has nice orange hands (but the chrono's hand is yellow)
My only orange handed chrono. The closeness of my camera phone makes this watch look more huge than it really is. And yes, the watch has just come out of the sun.
Just found this guy on instagram. Spanish brand Thermindor with interesting TDBK movement. Enjoy. image credit: watch.garage
And I did forget about this one completely!
Longines Conquest 1972 Munich Olympics, Monopusher
Currently on hunt radar.
Definitely Speedmaster Racing dial but I have none to show
Long time no add-ons to orange (not only chrono) hands thread.
Got to my mind when I saw @bristnj instagram photo few days ago. So photocredit on todays orange hand goes to @bristnj and his amazing Universal Geneve Polerouter Sub, Ref. 869120 - cal. 1-69. Still on my bucket list.
1975 JDM 'Kakume'
Finally got my own orange chrono, might as well post here now that the thread god bumped again.
Congrats, Dugena has few of them that are very nice. I do prefer ones with fully round case.
More and more I see picture of this watch, I get more attracted. I can name it now. 1. Contrast of inner square subdials and nice round shape. 2. Clean and spacious dial. I can take a deep breath when looking at it. 3. Most definitely it is typo or font used for chrono numerals.
... 4. and bezel of course.
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