Pre-owned Enicar Jet Graph Ref. 072/002, with a 40.6mm steel EPSA compressor case with bajonet lock, bidirectional rotatable aluminium GMT bezel with numbers from 1 to 24 whereas the numbers from 6 to 18 are black on a silver base and from 19 to 5 vice-versa, red aliminium ring with a tip in form of a triangle, MK 1b black dial with indices, minute and hour hands are paddle-style, unpainted with rectangle Tritium lume and an orange tip, the GMT hand is silver with an orange tip, triangle style red second hand (it's from an MK 4), 3 sub-dials: 30-minute recorder at 3 o'clock, 12-hour recorder at 6 o'clock and small seconds at 9 o'clock. Plexiglass crystal and case back with engraved Seapearl logo. Automatic calibre Valjoux 724. Black rubber strap with steel tang buckle.
In a good condition. Only watch (without original box and papers).
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Enicar, a watchmaker with a rich history we don't hear much about, yet has produced legendary watches. Among them, chronograph tools from the "Graph" family that are making a come-back in recent years.
The first generation of Enicar's GMT chronograph came to market in 1963, the same year as the other Sherpa Graph with a rotating bezel and the Aqua Graph. They also share the same characteristics of that year: arrow sub-dial hands and the short Ref. 072/002.
The Jet Graph was made for pilots and people that travel a lot. They were officially used by different airlines such as SAS (Scandinavian Airlines). The main feature was the GMT hand, which lets you handle at least 2 time zones.
Since the Jet Graph also had the known EPSA case they are also waterproof up to 300ft.
The Jet Graph was build from 1963 to at least 1969 in 4 different versions. A close look into the serial table shows that the Jet Graph was the last produced chronograph with the famous "Graph" in the name.
Known are the References 072/002, 072/02/02 and 072/02/02A.