SOLD ... thanks Jack!

I'm selling my newly released Farer Ainsdale Flyback chrono with rattrapante split seconds hands which I received on 3/29/19. It is basically brand new -- officially MINT but essentially LNIB -- still with that new watch smell, under warranty for 2 full years, and in perfect condition. I've worn it only twice, both times at my office, and only after replacing the OEM strap w/a quick-release nylon strap.

NOTE: This is a limited time offer because I have to return this Farer for a refund within 30 days.

The rattrapante second hands and flyback are both insanely cool features, and insanely expensive on a mechanical chrono. On the picture above, the yellow seconds hand is paused to record the lap time, while the slender silver second continues to keep time. When you hit the splits pusher, the yellow hand catches up instantly (at 200 Hz) to the silver hand, covering it, and they resume in sync. The reset pusher activates the flyback, which resets and restarts the chrono instantaneously.

The Ainsdale uses a 27-jewel ETA 251.294 FK PowerDrive Precision quartz movement, which has 5 stepper motors and an EOL indicator. It is the same movement used by Certina in their Precidrive HAQ models, although without the thermocompensation. Farer is using this movement very creatively and has come up with a really cool multifunctional watch that runs with precision. The chrono seconds hands and all sub-dial hands hit their hashes perfectly, dead-on.

Some quick specs before pictures:

Swiss made.
39.5mm diameter x 11mm thick x 45mm L2L.
20mm lug size.
Chrono functions: rattrapante split second hands, flyback, 30-minute register, 1/10-second register, active seconds. Date at 4:00 with matching color.
50M water resistance.
Sapphire crystal.
Quickset hour hand.
Arabic numerals are fully lumed; hour/minute hands lumed with SuperLuminova.
I ordered it on a Farer perforated leather rally strap w/quick release pins and signed buckle.
All boxes & papers & stickers included.
The mechanical version of this watch would be the Lange Double Split, which starts at $40k, and doesn't look nearly as cool.

MSRP is $630. I PAID $618 BECAUSE OF THE STRAP OPTION. I'm looking for a quick sale, so I'm knocking $100 off the price. It'll be delivered as if it came from the factory, will full warranty remaining.

SOLD: $518.00 OBRO, includes PP fees & USPS Priority Shipping. US domestic only on this one. PayPal only. No trade offers please as I'm embarking on a brutal reduction of my watch box. I ship on the business day after payment. Please check my feedback, and let me know if you have questions. Limited time offer! Clock is ticking on the return period!

Lume after 30 seconds under my cellphone flashlight.