Hi Vintage Watchuseekers,
I would like to share my Tegrov chrono. I recently took a liking to chronos with EB movements. I know they're of lesser value but their designs are pretty catchy. My watchmaker made the chrono pusher at 4 o'clock since I got the watch without it. It took a almost a year scrounging for pushers that fit this bulky piece of metal. In the end, my watchmaker took a similar pusher from our watch graveyard and sanded its stem so it can fit. It starts and stops the chrono pretty well. What I like about this is the blue bezel. It's not worn out like vintage Seikos and Citizens I also collect. The 10 o'clock crown rotates the inner bezel with red, orange and white markings signifying three 5 minutes. I don't really know what this yachting function tell, but it makes the piece nice. Thanks!