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roadwarrior
11-05-2018, 07:51 AM
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Published on Nov 5, 2018

The Oak & Oscar The Jackson Chronograph Limited Edition is encased in 40mm of stainless steel surrounding a silver dial on a brown leather strap. Functions include hours, minutes, seconds, date, and a flyback chronograph. The watch also measures 14.5mm in thickness and 46.5mm from lug-to-lug.


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START. STOP. FLYBACK.

IN 1895,


six cars lined up on a cold, snowy Thanksgiving day for the start of the Chicago Times-Herald race; a 54-mile journey from Jackson Park to Evanston and back. Nearly eight hours later, after a grueling 7 mph average pace, Charles Duryea’s “motorized wagon” claimed victory and became the winner of the first official road race held in the United States. The legacy of Jackson Park is strong - home of the Chicago World’s Fair, Museum of Science and Industry and the inspiration for our latest timepiece – the Jackson.

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THE MOVEMENT
The technologically advanced Eterna Movement Company's caliber 3916M powers the Jackson Flyback Chronograph. With a 60 hour power reserve, stacked register and a column wheel activated chronograph complication, this specialized movement is a true work of art.

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daycoo2
11-05-2018, 07:59 AM
​A very intriguing, and distinctive, chronograph, from Oak & Oscar. Thanks Mike.

theTIME
11-05-2018, 10:29 AM
I like the look of this sweet TIMEpiece.
Thanks Mike

gregg
11-05-2018, 01:43 PM
For a chrono this is pretty sweet.