1930s Pilot Watch


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1930s Pilot Watch

No. 6668



Instrument Rated.

Here’s something: In the early days of flight, it was the navigator on board, not the pilot, who wore an aviator watch. When used with an octant, the watch could helped the navigator determine the exact position of the aircraft. Precision, especially under extreme conditions, was absolutely essential. Still is. 1930s Pilot Watch (No. 6668). The spirit of aviation meets 21st-century technology meets high design. 42 mm. Sapphire crystal. Grey Nato strap. Imported.

  • • 42 mm
  • • Sapphire crystal
  • • Grey Nato strap
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