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The chronograph on the Waterbury measures time to 1/20th of a second.
An Omega Speedmaster chronograph watch advertised on Omega’s website for $10,600 is the same price at the duty-free store, but is $8,268 at AuthenticWatches.com.
The Reference 1518 was the first perpetual calendar chronograph wristwatch produced in series by any watch company, and the king's version is expected to fetch between $400,000 and $800,000 at the March 23 auction in Dubai.
Known as the Reference 765, the pocket watch features a minute repeater, chronograph function, and a white enamel dial, as well as a distinctive watch chain seen in many portraits of the British prime minister.
Though not your average slim-cased dress watch, the Brew chronograph is still sleek enough to dress up or down.
The chronograph had become more than a racecourse accessory.
But by the mid-1960s, chronograph sales began to slip.
Buy Now Jack Mason nautical chronograph (was $275, 40% off) Preppy, all American vibes for the college grad, suburban dad, or Ralph Lauren head in your life.
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CHRONOGRAPH Defined for English Language Learners
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: a device (such as a stopwatch) that is used for measuring and recording time in a very exact way
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