Classic Flieger Chronograph

    The Flieger from Tutima is a pure pilot’s watch—stainless-steel case with a coin-edge bidirectional rotating bezel and red marker. The chronograph has a 30-minute counter, convex scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, and is water-resistant to 10 bar. The movement is a manual-wind Valjoux caliber 7760. Inside Information: This watch is a replica of the classic Tutima Flieger Chronograph that was built in 1941 for the German Air Force.

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