Tags: Fortis 38mm
Putting these 2 pieces up next.

Had both for a while and not getting into rotation as much as my divers anymore. Both conditions are still pretty decent, both without box/papers hence selling as-is condition.

Have not done any servicing for both but both watches are still keeping time.

Both are T dial

Hoping to sell as a pair together.

First up, a Revue Thommen Airspeed.

Diameter (w/o crown, inclusive crown) : 38mm, 41mm

Lugwidth: 20mm

Lug to lug: 44mm

Crown: Push/pull

Dial: Matt blue, T dial, hour markers have aged nicely and evenly.

Case condition: 7.5/10(to be safe, no deep dings on case), scuff marks on both side of case

Box/papers: No

Service history: unknown

Watch head only but will provide a 20mm leather strap with watch

Next, a early 2000s Fortis Cosmonaut, beautiful blue dial and not in production anymore.

Diameter (w/o crown, inclusive crown) : 39mm, 42mm

Lugwidth: 20mm

Lug to lug: 46mm

Crown: screwdown

Dial: Gradient blue, T dial

Case condition: 8/10(to be safe, no deep dings on case), scuff marks on both side of case

Bezel : a deep ding on 45th mark

Bracelet: original fortis bracelet, fits up to a 19.3cm wrist

Crystal: AR coating have numerous hairline scratches when watch is tilted at an angle against direct lighting but when view straight on, you will not see the scratches.

Box/papers: No

Service history: unknown

Couple of issues so please read the details.

1) when crown is pulled out to 1st click or 2nd click to either set date or time, it does not 'click' back to original position when it is depressed back but rather, you have to screw back the crown until you feel a 'click' and this means the crown is at it's original position. Not really an issue for me but thought I have the need to disclose this.

2) bracelet fits up to a 19.3cm(7.5") wrist, no spare links available. One of the screw pin is stuck(refer to the circled picture) hence if your wrist is slightly smaller than a 7.5", you are most likely unable to use the bracelet as the stuck screw, happens to be the piece which needs to be removed.

3) when setting time, dial tends to 'shift' slightly and again, not really an issue for me but still need to disclose it.

Looking at $795 for the pair, price inclusive of PP fees.

Please add $15 for registered shipping.

Thanks for reading
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