A faithful reproduction of navigational instruments found in the Martin M-130 "flying boat." Engraved on the case-back is a plush drawing of this aircraft that flew across the Pacific for the very first time in 1935, opening the skies to commercial flight. With both designed & built in Baltimore, MD., the aesthetic nature of Towson's Limited Edition pilot chronograph draws a historical link between watchmaking today and a former age of American industrial glory. Place your order below.
AUTOMATIC CHRONOGRAPH Swiss Caliber 7750 adjusted to 5 positions with 25 jewels & 46-hour power-reserve; guaranteed +/- 10 daily accuracy; decorated & regulated in Baltimore, MD.
FUNCTIONS sweep-second (9-o'clock); minute & hour (center); date (3-o'clock window); minute counter (12-o’clock) & hour counter (6-o’clock); start/stop pusher (2-o’clock) back to neutral pusher (4-o’clock)
CASE stainless steel; 42mm diameter, 14mm thickness, 20mm lug-width; satin-finish sides high-polish bezel; domed sapphire crystal with two-sided anti-reflex coating & scratch resistance; M-130 Aircraft engraving on satin-finish closed case-back; push/pull enlarged crown with coined grip; water-resistant to 50 meters
BLACK DIAL blasted matte texture; lume-filled dotted hour-markers; engine-turned sub-dial texture; red-trim around "elapsed" function dials; TWC brand information located above 12-o'clock & region of manufacturer information enscripted below 6-o'clock
HANDS all standard time hands in yellow (hour, minute, second) ; all chronograph hands in turquoise (central, minute-counter, hour-counter); lume-filled cathedral-style hour & minute hands