The collection consolidation continues. I acquired this watch in trade about a year ago, and I've enjoyed my time with it, I really have. I wanted to try a worldtimer and this one is great. The fact that you can make all adjustments via the single crown is a technological achievement. Plus, it's a beautiful piece, it gets a lot of compliments. I just finally realized I don't use the worldtime complication and I'm much more of a time/date sports watch kind of guy. Therefore it doesn't get the wrist time it deserves and should find a new home.

The watch was purchased from a US AD in 2015. I'm the 2nd owner and I wore it in light rotation in an office environment. Haven't timed the watch, but anecdotally it keeps good time (could test timing if desired). Comes with all B&P, OEM blue leather band (which I only used once or twice), and if desired, the blue suede quick-release band on which it's currently mounted. Crystal is clean, case exterior shows light hairlines consistent with typical wear. Two key notes on condition: 1) On the caseback, the engraved verbiage is filled in blue, but one letter (the a in "Manufacture") is missing that filling. You may be able to see it in the pics, just across from the crown on the caseback. The watch was this way when I got it. 2) There is a slight mark on the worldtime wheel on the dial, between Dubai and Cairo, towards the center of the watch. It's hard to see in the pics, or if your eye is more than a foot from the watch, but for full disclosure, it's there. If you live on the US west coast (or Anchorage maybe) the mark would be hidden under the date wheel at 6.

For those reasons I'm asking a very reasonable $1500. Bank wire or PP+3%, USPS Priority shipping included. Prefer US sale, but always willing to discuss. Please check my feedback on WUS as a buyer and seller. Because I am a watch addict I will entertain trade offers, up or down, in the same general range. Interested in Oris Big Crown Pointer Date, Oris Diver 65 40mm, Tudor divers, various Seikos. Thanks for looking.