Watch: 45mm Radiomir 1:1 Homage from Getat
Price: $120 USD
Shipping: Canada Post / USPS (will cover shipping within Canada or U.S., with tracking. Please contact me if outside Canada or the U.S. to discuss shipping options and costs). Also willing to meet locally for anyone in the Vancouver area.
Movement: Sea-Gull ST-36, running flawlessly
Crystal: Domed Plexi
Case: Brushed Stainless Steel
Bezel: Brushed Stainless Steel
Caseback: Screw-down, Solid Brushed Stainless Steel
Crown: Screw-down, perfect threads
Strap/bracelet: 26/22mm Brown Croc Strap + 2 custom made Clover Straps (Vintage Black and Brown)
Dimensions: 45mm Without Crown
Purchased in January of this year just after Getat released the new
1:1 45mm Radiomir case. I have previously owned a Jackson 45mm Radiomir and the quality is night/day between the two. The Getat is very well made, very solid. The crown screws down smoothly, better even than the threads on my SKX007 crown. The wire lugs have no play, and the retaining screws thread in without issue. The domed plexi has a great distortion effect on the dial. The dial has white superlume, glows brightly once charged (even during the day you can notice the lume), and will stay visible until morning.
I am trying to clear some room in my watchbox for a few incomings. I find this piece stunning to look at, but have recently gravitated towards smaller sizes. I love looking at it in the box, but rarely bring myself to actually wear it. I would say that it has only been worn a dozen times or so.
I also ordered 2 custom made straps from Clover Straps at the same time as the watch. One is a 24mm/22mm vintage black strap, the other a 24mm/24mm light brown strap. Both have only been worn 3-4 times, and are still in great condition. I have no other watches that use 24mm straps, and therefore would like these to go with the watch. $80 new for the straps, but I am including both with the watch for the asking price.
If you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to contact me. I am likely to respond quicker with an email to krymarchuk (at) hotmail.com, but PM's are fine as well.