This is an oversized 1960s, vintage Wakmann triple-date chronograph in sparkling stainless steel measuring a hefty 39mm across, and 13.5mm thick including the crystal, which is sparkling. There is some usual pitting that is only visible in my close-up pictures – but with the naked eye, this watch truly sparkles! This is the largest version of the Wakmann triple-date chronograph and is the hardest to find. The black dial is completely original and is essentially in pristine condition overall! The original steel baton hands are quite prominent, wide, and paired with nicely toned baton dial markers and a red chronograph hand. Functions include day, date, month, 30-minute counter, 12-hour counter, and the usual hours/minutes. Notice the original polished pushers and winding crown. The highly regarded and finely gilded Valjoux 723 manual winding movement is in fine overall condition and is working like silk! This Wakmann complication is a fine and extremely clean example to add to any vintage watch collection!