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Ok, I don't wear this as much as I would like to and it spends 360 days a year in a safe.
That is not what I intended.
So, if anyone is interested in making an offer for this lovely, super rare piece, please email me.
The watch and I are in the UK.
As you can see from the photographs its in lovely condition with the lume and markers turning a nice tobacco colour.
All functions are working perfectly as they should.
Accessories include red Heuer box, mint corfam strap and PVD buckle.
As I understand it, this may also be the lowest known serial number of those still remaining.
Out of an original 100-200 pieces there are probably less than 30 still around.
I may regret this, but let's see if there is the right interest out there just now.
Please no chancers or insulting offers :-)