Well, after a bit of wheeler dealing regards a watch I recently sold, I decided to add another chronograph to my collection. It was simple, I wanted something that was really well made, had a sapphire window, a great movement, and a well made stainless bracelet, but I wanted to spend peanuts. I did some Googling and some internet hunting, and decided on a Rotary Les Originals, despite the fact I have never wanted a Rotary (but for no good reason). New from their site it was over £400, although I did find one guy on eBay who had one for £120. There was a used one on auction described as being in excellent condition. The wording of the add indicated the seller was probably a WIS, so I did some bidding and got it for £54. The watch arrived to day, and it is absolutely mint.
In short, it has a double domed sapphire window, and ETA quartz movement, a screw in crown, a well finished 316L stainless case, a black sandwich dial with blue chapter ring, a ceramic bezel, and absolutely superb and comfortable deployant clasped stainless bracelet. Unlike most Rotary watches this one is Swiss made, 100m WR, and the feel and look of the watch ooozes quality. I am so pleased with it, I will be keeping my eyes open for the silver dialed version, but what I sell to replace it is another question.
Despite the fact the photo is the correct way up in my file, it will only come out sideways on this forum. HOW STRANGE