Watch for Sale:
LNIB* SECTOR EXPANDER 130 QUARTZ CHRONOGRAPH with ETA 1/10
second Quartz Movement
SOLD OUT, NO MORE STOCK, SORRY
*LNIB = Like New in Box, I have worn this watch during my Swiss vacation 2003 during ca. 10 days, because honestly, I could not resist its great looks. The watch sits extremely comfy on the wrist despite its size and weight (75 grams)
Outer Bezel is turning, that was quite a surprise to me, I never thought the cool designed bezel would be rotating. Subdials for Minutes, 1/10th seconds and running seconds. Big chrono central seconds. Great looking hands, hour hand shows SECTOR logo while reminding of a Mercedes hand
Great integrated pushers and great overall design, no wonder they patented that Italian design
I really love those integrated pushers, they are barely recognizable as such from the front!
SECTOR signed buckle, strap loop, inner strap and crown
Comes with nice SECTOR outer and inner box and all papers (warranty is open, you fill in the purchase date)
Great luminous Numerals and Hands!
Since Bill from Texas inquired if that watch would fit an 8 inch wrist, I decided to check and found that the battery had expired. So I "invented" this system to open the case back without problems: Use a rubber band, attatch it the buckle and sling it around the watch case holder and connect it like in the picture to the other end of the rubber strap. Then one has good access with a Jaxa Universal Case Opener e.g. Or of course also with a professional case opener like the Bergeon 5700Z.
The open watch showing the Renata 394 battery which seems to power this watch for ca. 3 years if you do not play with the chronograph function during 12 hours daily :) (a joke only watch idiot savants will understand)
I found a nicely oiled new O-ring and sufficient oil or silicon grease around the case back's thread. And the nice marks of the person that must have replaced the battery the first time around. This shows the low power consumption of the ETA G10. Runs on a R394 from April 2002 to May 2005!
That person and I took great care not to leave unjustifiable opening marks on the case back! What seems like a bit of dirt at the 9 o'clock position turned out to be a bit of speck which was very easy to remove with a fine watchmaker screwdriver. The watch is in excellent condition! Inside and outside, very happy to have it opened today and thanks Bill for initiating this! The case back is now open and I will close it only when the watch is being sold and replace a fresh Renata 394 battery
Case diameter (excl. crown horizonal including crown guards):
Outer bezel diameter: 40 mm
Height: 16 (domed thick Mineral Crystal) mm
Thick SECTOR signed strap: 22 mm wide at buckle
Weight: 75 grams
Why I think this
WATCH is interesting:
On a side note: I really love this watch and it has been a great companion during my Swiss vacation. Running extremly accurate, did not show any deviation from the Swiss TV News clock during my vacation. Back in Switzerland I actually never planned to sell this watch, I was sure it was going to be a keeper. But back in Bangkok, I just realized, I have TOO MANY watches already. So I really rather offer a fellow WIS a good deal then to store it away with too many watches getting far too little wrist time! I am not giving this watch away easily, it is really a great allrounder.
Details about this Watch - Pictures above are of the actual Watch you will be getting!
Price: Is firm, my margins are very
small, no additional discounts sorry. See the
SECTOR overview table for the price