The Bernhard Lederer Chronograph is an early watch produced by the renowned Swiss master watchmaker Bernhard Lederer in collaboration with Heuer and Tourneau during the late 80s to celebrate the motorsports era of watches produced by Orfina, Porsche design and LeJour.
Very nice near mint condition preowned piece from a private collection that was recently serviced and finely regulated. Has been field-tested, is running strong and operating properly.
Model: Motorsports Chronograph.
Material: 316L stainless steel which has been Parkerized to a non-reflective grey color.
Crystal: Flat sapphire crystal.
Case back: Solid caseback.
Crown: Coin edge crown.
Function: Time and day, date chronograph with 12 hour internal bezel.
Dial: Original index dial with sunken sub-dials applied with Luminova. Matte white framed handset with orange center sweep second hand.
Movement: Swiss Made – Valjoux 7750 – 28,000 a/h – Automatic wind nickel-plated Incabloc shock-resistant movement. Quickset day and date function. Running seconds at 9 o’clock, 12 hour counter at 6 pm and 30 minute counter at 12 o’clock. Sweep chronograph center second hand and hack set feature. Sweep chronograph center second hand and hack set feature with black day and date disc.
Bezel Size: 41mm.
Case Size: 42mm.
WR: 10 ATM.
Bracelet: 22mm fitted link bracelet large enough for an 8-inch wrist with a micro-adjustable deployant buckle.
The Bernhard Lederer Chronograph is a really nice example of chronograph from late 1970s early 1980s motor sport era!