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Nothing special - in some cases, as a polarization - as a true time-precision classic watch on the classic-style timepiece stage - its century-class watch archives have produced a wide and increasingly popular series of traditions The style of the model - the style of the Aviation 197 Avigation men's classic watch, the re-release of this classic military watches debuted in the suffix year of the model name, and is the World War II worn by US Army pilots in the world a few years ago. This top-class classic watches is not "eternal" in design, as other historically inspired models can be described, but truly become the product of the time - its large retro font Arabic numerals, railway track minute scales, pocket watch style The laminate, the onion crown, and the most significant time-showing "tilt" design, the 1935 model's remnants adhere to its client, the US Army's set of precise standards (this is its own military branch before the Air Force was stripped) In 1947). These standards - any watch with the A-7 designation must be met - not only including first-class accuracy and robustness, but also the ideal readability of the cockpit in aviation missions, so the dial's 40 degree angle to the right, this A watch that is usually worn with thick gloves on the inside of the wrist to quickly and easily read the time without releasing the control yoke of the aircraft. (For those who are curious, “Avigation” is a fusion of “aviation” and “navigation”.)

Thisexquisite classic watches is 41 mm in diameter and is made of shiny polished stainless steel for easy fitting of wrist and shirt cuffs. It has an onion crown with a smooth edged chronograph form button in the middle for a special angle. Out. The white lacquered dial is bordered by the railroad minute track, providing a clean stage for the large retro-style Arabian hour numbers, filled with honey-colored varnish, giving them an appealing antique. The inner portion of the "pillow skeleton" hand made of blue steel was filled with the same honey color varnish. Each small dial is surrounded by their own small railway track and looks very similar, but with a subtle but significant difference at close range: a small dial at 12 o'clock, which eliminates most of the 12 when the chronograph is turned on. The number of dots is counted and counted for 30 minutes, using a vintage serif font as its number, similar to the larger font used for hour numbers. On the other hand, the stopwatch running at 6 o'clock not only blocks the "6" number because its counterpart is "12"; it also uses a different light sans serif font for the number along the track, but The sans-serif font (possibly even a different font) of the date number is also displayed in the window. When we devalue the advantages and disadvantages of the complex design of this American classic watches, it should not be overlooked: its classic watch's one-button chronograph is very reasonable. It should also be noted that watchmakers avoid potential pitfalls with their rugged design: a single button embedded in the crown may mean that the watch is inadvertently activated each time the watch is reset and the crown is pressed back to its crown. Stopwatch function. A neutral position against the case. However, the start, stop, and zeroing of the chronograph requires firm, conscious pressure on the pusher, so simply push the crown back into place to begin winding the watch without any problems. Speaking of the crown, another reward that is not so obvious at first: it can only be pulled to a position for setting hours and minutes, which means there is no separate location to quickly change the date. However, a small plug-in button on the left side of the case (near the 7 o'clock position, which is of course 8 o'clock in the traditional position) is used to advance the date, but you need to use a tip pen or a small screwdriver or other pointed tool.

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