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Pioneer Tachy TelePO1824


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* The Pioneer Tachy Tele from German watchmaker Hanhart is a gorgeous 1930s inspired pilot watch. With its creamy off-white dial, "cathedral' shaped hands, rotating, coin edge bezel with red marker and inner spiral tachymetre display, the Tachy Tele is an aesthetically pleasing design. Within the 40mm steel case is housed the HAN3703 automatic chronograph movement (Base ETA 7753) and one of the standout features on any Hanhart watch is the iconic red reset pusher button, positioned just underneath the oversized crown. With sapphire crystal glass, 10 ATM water resistance and fitted to a hard wearing brown leather strap with rivets, the Tachy Tele is a fantastic value chronograph from a wonderful historical watch company.


* This particular piece comes in superb condition (9/10) and perfect working order. Box and papers dated February 2022 are included. The current new list price for this watch is £1650 saving £400.

Movement: Automatic Chronograph

Case Dimensions: 40mm x 14.8mm x 49.2mm Stainless Steel

Dial: Off-White with Luminous Hands and Numerals

Glass: Domed Sapphire Crystal

Strap: 20mm Brown Leather on Pin Buckle

Water Resistance: 10 ATM

Reference: 712.200-0010

Box and Papers: Yes

Tradition and Expertise since 1882.

Hanhart first began trading on July 1st 1882 when Swiss watchmaker Johann A. Hanhart opened a watch shop in Diessenhofen, north-east Switzerland. The company quickly re-located to Schwenningen, southern Germany in 1902 and found instant success in 1924 with their first affordable, mechanical stopwatch. By 1938, Hanhart were a pioneer in the production of mechanical chronograph wristwatches, designed for pilots and by the 1960s had also moved into fine timing for sports events and motor racing.

Today, Hanhart still produce a varied range of wristwatches and fine timing stopwatches, tapping into their rich heritage of mechanical watchmaking know-how to produce pieces of incredible craftmanship and functional good looks.