About this watch

The Pulsar LED shot to fame in the early 1970’s when it was worn by Roger Moore in ‘Live and Let Die’, the model worn by him was the stainless steel version of this watch. When new these watches were beyond a technological revolution, watches like this had simply never been seen before and this was reflected in the cost, the stainless steel version been considerably more expensive than any watch Rolex had to offer.

This 14K solid gold version is one of the rarest watches we have ever had in stock, they where made in tiny numbers and only to special order and where outrageously expensive when new. The watch is in new old stock condition, with only the slighted of storage marks, there is no damage to the case or the original finish, the red crystal is perfect and the watch is working fully, having just been serviced by LED experts ‘Strikes and Spares’

The watch has a wonderful weight, being solid 14K gold it is substantial, it wears large at 41.5mm and comes with the original supple leather band and 14K buckle and magnet holder (for setting the time) Complete with original Pulsar box 

This is a unique opportunity to own a watch you will never see on anyone else’s wrist, a true piece or horological history and one of the coolest watches we have ever stocked.

 A real piece of watchmaking history

 Our stock number 685