Probably one of the most famous and sought after watches ever produced by Roamer. The Stingray chronographs encompassed the range from the 'Pasadina' and 'Jet-time' with a 2 register dial using the Valjoux, through to the top of the line 3 register Roamer Stingray Chrono.
This watch features the famous and desirable Valjoux 72 movement, which was fitted to many high end watches such as the Rolex Daytona, top end Heuers, Girard-Perregaux, and others.
The Roamer Stingray Chronograph isn’t a watch you hear talked about every day, but it’s perhaps the watch with the strongest racing pedigree. Björn Waldegård, winner of the inaugural World Rally Championship for Drivers in 1969, wore this chronograph while he raced, making the Stingray the first watch to ever pass the Rally Championship finish line. Waldegård was even featured in an advert for the Stingray.
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Movement: Manual winding, with 3 register 12 hour Chronograph.
Calibre: Valjoux 72.
Service History: Inspected and timed April 2022. Last Service unknown.
Dial: Original Roamer Dial.
Crystal: Correct Crystal, possibly original.
Bits that stand out:
- Supreme Quality Valjoux 72 Movement.
- Very cool Dial layout.
- Unusual to find with Original NSA Bracelet.
- Small scratches to the Plexi, small craze to plexi by the 6, impossible to see during wear.
Overall this Racer is in very nice Vintage condition.