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Wakmann Triple Date Chronograph Ref. 1315.01.75


Vintage Wakmann 39mm Triple Date Chronograph, Silver Dial, Blue Leather Strap, Ref. 1315.01.75

The vintage Wakmann Triple Date Chronograph 1315.01.75 – an exquisite timepiece that captures the elegance of the early 1970s. With its 39mm stainless steel case adorned with a tasteful touch of yellow gold plating, this chronograph represents timeless charm. The acrylic crystal adds a touch of vintage authenticity, protecting the stunning silver dial that showcases not only a precise chronograph function but also a unique trio of calendar complications: pointer date, month, and day-of-the-week reference. The watch is powered by a Valjoux 730.

At the heart of this masterpiece lies a manual wind movement, embodying the craftsmanship of a bygone era while ensuring accurate timekeeping. The watch comes adorned with a sophisticated blue leather strap that perfectly complements the overall aesthetic. The Vintage Wakmann Triple Date Chronograph 1315.01.75 is not just a watch; it’s a testament to the artistry and innovation of its time, rekindling the spirit of the early 1970s with every glance at your wrist.

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Stainless Steel, Plated

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Date, Day, Chronograph, Month

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35mm – 39mm


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Item ID0006256
Model #1315.01.75
Model NameTriple Date Chronograph
Year Producedca. Early 1970's


One of the most famous chronographs in recent history has been the Wakmann Triple Date chronograph. To this day, it is highly collected and sought after by many for its looks and its history.

The name Gigandet does not typically ring a bell to some. Charles Gigandet owned and operated a watch store in New York City called Wakmann in the mid 1950’s. The store distributed many brands at the time like Breitling and Vulcain and that is when I think this chronograph was born. It is also one of the rarest variants in the triple date library of Wakmann/Gigandet.

It has the whatever the Wakmann Triple Date had -triple register/sub dials, a day and month function below the logo and the separate hand for the date. The only real difference is the movement (also signed as Vulcain) and logo. The movement is where the line separates as the Valjoux 730, the one that is in this watch, was an updated version to the popular Valjoux 72c (“c” of calendar) that the early Gigandet and Wakmann triple date watches were famous for. Instead of running at 18,000 bph (Valjoux 72c), the 730 ran higher at 21,600 bph for better accuracy.