One of the great iconic watches of the 1960s-70s, the Movado Astronic triple date moonphase automatic.
Check out the minty silver dial with the blue subdials , accented by the red seconds hand. As is typical of these, there's a minor bit of peeling in the upper part of the blue chapter ring, nothing major, nothing to diminish the powerhouse appeal of this classic.
This is a heavy chunk of steel, 38mm wide, excluding the signed, screw-down crown by 46mm from lug to lug. Massively cool.
Powered by the 17-jewel automatic movement, caliber 3019F, also used in the Zenith Estrada. All functions operate as they should: The 2 push buttons (at 8 and 9) quickset the moon and day; the date (and subsequently, the month) is quick set from position 3 of the winding crown.
One minor note: The original screw-down crown does occasionally slip a bit when setting the watch; a common feature of these watches.
The original stainless steel rivet link bracelet easily fits a 7.5 inch wrist with room to spare.
One of the all-time greats.