The new Autavia Isograph is a considerable departure from the format established by the history of Autavia, offering a time-and-date layout with a diver-like unidirectional bezel crossed with the bold time display of a pilot's watch. You can read more about the new line here, but feel free to scroll down for an in-the-metal look at the new models in all of their variety. Take note of the sporty 42mm steel or bronze cases, the gradient dials, the copious lume, the bevy of straps (including a bracelet with tool-less quick-release), and the strong legibility and balance which is aided by the six o'clock date. Enjoy the photos and stay tuned for a much more in-depth look at how the Autavia Isograph was designed, coming next week.*


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