Military Air Force Chronograph T

    This chronograph has a titanium case and is supplied with a solid titanium bracelet or a military leather strap. It has scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with antireflection treatment and integrated large-spaced titanium push buttons, and a recessed screw-in titanium crown. The chronograph has a large, central 60-minute counter, a 12-hour counter, 24-hour time readout, and is water- resistant to 200 meters. It has a self-winding movement with a day and date display and is powered by the Lemania caliber 5100. Inside Information: Tutima Military Chronographs are official standard equipment of NATO pilots and the German Armed Forces.

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