The Meylan Decimal Chronograph is a real oddity. The brand itself was a US based company that imported Swiss timepieces for the local market but interestingly, they also made a few pieces from Swiss parts in their day.
This chronograph you see is one of them, and it is one of the most balanced, beautiful chronographs of the era. For some reason, Meylan mostly made chronographs with decimal tracks and of late, chronographs featuring this have been very hot in the market. I do think it’s because decimal tracks are just downright good looking, especially this example where i1969t is accentuated in red.
All the details of this stunning chronograph makes this watch so appealing, which includes unique paddle hour and minute hands, long bevelled lugs, a radial hour counter subdial and last but not least, a beastly movement beating inside. Open the watch up and you are greeted with a Lemania Cal. 2520, most famously known as the Omega Cal. 321.
What you get is a beautiful chronograph with a legendary movement inside.