I just got it back from Jack at IWW who re-brushed the case:
There were some fine hairline scratches I couldn't live with.
It came out splendid.
The finish on the Ickler case is incredible.
There are some tiny hairlines underneath the lugs, I think my photographs captured those.
If you're looking at this ad, chances are you know about the Archimede Pilot Chronograph.
It's a slimmer watch for an ETA 7750.
MSRP new $1634 for US customers
It's used, I don't know the service history.
I haven't timed it, but it's held the correct time since I've owned it. The chronograph works flawlessly, and the strap's in great shape.
$950 firm, shipped Priority/Insured CONUS.
For Intl. buyers, we'll have to add $ for USPS Priority.
Specs (borrowed from Archimede):Movement
Automatic movement Eta 7750 Elabor, Swiss Made
The high-quality case is manufactured by ICKLER in Pforzheim.
Diameter 42mm, thickness 13.6 mm, lug-to-lug length 51mm, brushed finish, sapphire crystal with antireflective coating, water resistant to 5 ATM, pilot's crown, screw down case back.
Black, with luminous numerals and indexes
black, luminous hands
Black leather strap with rivets