Authentic Fortis Pilot Chronograph Watch from Sovietski Collection: Treasures from a Bygone Era

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Fortis "Pilot" chronograph, stainless steel link bracelet

Such a mission, to the edge of space, demands the most advanced aircraft, the best trained, most physically fit crew and the most durable and dependable timepieces. That's why top test pilots (Russian A.F. flight instructor Alexandr Garnaev and French pilot Alexander Paringaux) were selected to fly a MiG-25 Foxbat and why they wore these Fortis pilot's automatic chronograph wristwatches. Precision Valjoux 7750 movement, powered by your own kinetic energy, vibrates 28,800 times/hour. Three inset registers and day/date window. Matte-finish, stainless steel case with screw-down back and cover. Water-resistant to 300'. Tritium hands and indices with neon-orange indicator hands. Anti-reflective sapphire crystal. Rotating bezel with tachymetre. Oversized (40mm) dial. Serial number. Stainless steel link bracelet. (Version with hand-stitched Italian leather strap with deployment buckle shown). One-year warranty. Exhibition back also available (w/movement visible through back of case, special order) #200237, $50 extra. Other Fortis watches available on a special-order basis. Please call for information.


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