Aeromatic 1912 type B pilot watch A1354

I wanted a dedicated beater for weekends, yardwork, bike rides, para-sailing, and my trip up Everest (which I still need to schedule...). Saw this at a reputable retailer and liked the green pilot type B dial. Unfortunately I'm a watch junkie, and I'm trying to get it under control, and blowing out my watch box.

40mm x 12mm thick x 20mm lugs. Really nice size that fits everyone!

This has a 22-jewel Chinese automatic movement (maybe Guangzhou Five Goat or Beijing Watch Company, which were the only automatic movements I’ve researched specifically w/22 jewels. I’m sure there are others, so I’ll leave it at Unknown Chinese Automatic Movement.). I have worn this exactly once for the pictures below. It hacks, winds, and feels very solid. Crown is hollow, but otherwise the watch case, crystal, and lugs feel solidly made. Lume is so-so. I charged it for about 5 minutes and got some glow, but beyond that, can't say.

This is BNIB, unworn except for the picture below, and comes with all original packaging. I have to say, I have no regrets buying the watch, b/c it's pretty cool and has solid specs for a great price. These are running about $150 currently on Amazon (if in stock), I'm asking half that.

$75.00, which includes PP fees and shipping. PP only please, Canadians please add $12.50 for shipping, no international pls. I have great feedback, so please check me out. (lowest price anywhere for this watch ... $199 MSRP, $149 on Amazon, $129 pre-owned on eBay.)

SOLD! Rotary Gents Vintage Style Stainless Steel Watch GS02424/21

The Sherlock watch, worn by Benedict Cumberbatch in the hit BBC series. 38mm x 8mm thick x 43mm L2L x 20mm lugs. Stainless steel case.
Leather croc-pattern strap ... quite nice for this price range. Rotary says they use Swiss quartz, either ETA or Ronda. No idea where this was manufactured, but let’s assume Asia. The watch has a screw-down crown. Unusual for a quartz non-diver. Rotary proudly advertises its water resistance and puts a dolphin logo on the back of watches that are supposed to be very water resistant, but I can’t find a specific depth tolerance.
Finally, Rotary also advertises a lifetime warranty on the watch. I have the stamped AD warranty card and I’ll include the original receipt as well. I paid £110 ($145) ... and I’d say the build quality, strap, simplicity, that’s not a bad price.

You’re receiving a BNIB watch, with intact wrappings, never been worn, with stamped warranty card and papers. There was no hang tag when delivered to me, or you’d get that too.

SOLD ... $99.00, which includes PP fees & USPS Priority. PP only please, Canadians please add $12.50 for shipping, no international pls. No trade offers please!