I've decided to sell my Trainmaster First Flight as I've fallen in love with the Ball Eternity that I just bought and don't have a need for two dressier watches.

This is in like new condition, having been originally purchased in April this year. I'm the second owner, and it has been barely worn.

This has a dual time function and a big date - combo you don't see very often. The automatic movement is a BAll calibre 651, which is a modified ETA 2892-A2.

The watch is in excellent condition and I don't see anything on the case, crystal, or bracelet (except some fine desk diving scratches). Anything in the pic is just dust. The bracelet has been sized, but I've only worn in a few times. All original links are included.

This is a very wearable 41mm case. The dial has some great depth. It's hard to tell in my pics, but the inner dial has vertical stripes. And with tritium tubes on the hands and indices, it has great lume.

The display back has a cool pic of the Wright Bros and their first plane.

Comes will all the bracelet links, hang tag, packing slip (showing original purchase date), manual, and the inner and outer boxes.

Looking for $925 shipped in the CONUS.

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