The Chronograph To Celebrate The 45th Anniversary Of the Honda CB 750

CB-750bisCB-750Chronograph1Considered by many one of the 10 most important motorcycles of the last century, the first mass produced four-cylinder motorcycle and one of today’s favorite for a Cafe Racer makeover on a low budget, the  Honda CB 750 Four is celebrating its 45th Anniversary with a wristwatch.

The’’750 Four since 1969′ chronograph is quite nice looking with its striking sporty design featuring an XL-sized stainless-steel case with a diameter of 43 millimeters (1.7 inches). Further characteristic features are the black watch face with white ‘750 Four since 1969’ logo, the scratch-resistant sapphire glass and the black leather watch band. The Germany made timepiece not only keeps time with quartz precision. It also has true chronograph functions such as a stopwatch measuring seconds, 60-minute split time display, as well as a 24-hour display and date function. Available exclusively online at CB 750 Four for 129 euros (US 175) + shipping. (below is a custom restored version by Dime City Cycles)



3 Responses to “The Chronograph To Celebrate The 45th Anniversary Of the Honda CB 750”

  1. 1 Sharkey Jul 18th, 2014 at 7:08 pm

    The CB 750 has to be one of the top five; it was an atom bomb of a design that signalled a change for the entire industry…I remember it well; riding what proved to be a pitiful BSA 650 Spitfire at the time

  2. 2 bigalyts Jul 19th, 2014 at 4:38 pm

    Agreed, the Bike was a Legend and the Watch is not even, made in Japan let alone a Swiss piece!

  3. 3 Lugnut Jul 21st, 2014 at 10:26 am

    I went with a buddy back then from Middle Georgia to Pug Vickers Honda in Memphis, TN so he could buy a new one for the grand total of $1,250. Sounds cheap, but it was a bunch on a millworkers salary. Still, what a bike. As we said back then, it ran like a Singer Sewing Machine.

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