Bulova 1972 Chronograph "F"
1972 Bulova Chronograph "F", New Old Stock. This watches all stainless steel case measures 44mm across (less crown) and 43mm top to bottom. Movement is 14EFAD and is unique in that the winding stem is on the "9" side of the dial. It also winds toward the wearer, as opposed to away. Date window is found in "6" position, there is no seconds hand complication other than the red chrono hand, which runs only when activated . Small chrono dial on right measures minutes, dial on the left measures hours. Hang tag identifies watch as model 31007 Chronograph "F". Original clam shell box is included. What I find fascinating about the chronograph feature is that the 'speed' markings go down past 60 to 50 MPH (or KPH) while other chronos of the era stop at 60 and begin at either 1000 M/KPH or 700 M/KPH.
I've been stalking this model for years, one finally came to me NOS!! Might be giving my Chronograph "C" a run for coolest Bulova in the collection.