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    Aviation/ Pilot watches here, please.

    Following the previous thematic threads, how about some pilot watches?

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    Mk11 - designed by the RAF, made by IWC and Jaeger-LeCoultre. The archetypal British pilots’ watch, and a primary influence on watch design in general.

    Accept no substitute for this substitute.

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    Tourby pilot, 200m WR and crazy good finishing.

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    I've had 3 . . . waiting for the bronze IWC Spitfire to be available though
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    I don't have many purist Type A or B style watches at the moment. Several Airmen have passed through my hands. These are what I have right now:

    This one will probably end up back with me, as I repaired it for my dad (who was a pilot) but he passed away earlier this year.

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    Too many watches, not enough wrists.

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    Laco 45
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    This one counts surely:

    It's a Steinhart Jubiläumsuhr JG 74 Ltd (can't find a front pic just now , but it's a typical A type dial
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    I've probably got some more somewhere, these were just picked from my IWL library
    Watches for SALE:
    <PRICE REDUCED> Nivrel 322 Black Dial:

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    Only one I have.

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    Once in awhile you get shown the light in the strangest of places if you look at it right.

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    Aviation/ Pilot watches here, please.


    Poljot Aviator I

    Poljot 3017 Strela
    (as issued to Red Air Force)


    Fortis Pilot Pro

    civvie Poljot 3133
    (as issued to Red Air Force)

    Watchunique SeaGull 1963 reissue
    (inspired by PLA Air Force issue)

    1950 Junghans J88 civvie pilot chronograph

    Poljot 3133 subwave

    HMT Pilot (the Indian Air Force issue Jawan was similar)

    Junkers Euro Flieger Chronograph

    Speedy Reduced

    1967 Poljot 3017 Strela
    (as issued to Red Air Force)

    Ollech & Wajs Flieger Chronograph (Valjoux 7733)
    Not issued to anyone, despite spurious broad arrow & bogus NATO stock number on back

    Poljot Aviator I chrono (3133)
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    It's the final countdown! PM me before they're all gone!

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