Need a new watch? This is a cool option. Wear it on your wrist, stick it on your dash or panel...pretty versatile!
I was at 2014 AirVenture and got an invite to a Hamilton Watch press function. Hamilton has put a big emphasis in aviation by supporting airshow pilots, aviation movies and even training high altitude rescue helicopter pilots. I was able to meet a few of the companies leaders and I am impressed. Glad to see them involved in aviation.
The Khaki Takeoff Auto Chrono Limited Edition writes the next chapter
of Hamilton’s long history of aviation
Hamilton is taking its close
cooperation with Air Zermatt, the Swiss mountain rescue service, to new heights with the Khaki
Takeoff Auto Chrono Limited Edition. This pilot watch, which
simultaneously acts as a wrist-, cockpit- and table watch, has been created to
meet the needs of the rescue team. This
dynamic watch is detachable and can be placed in the dashboard of a helicopter
or airplane cockpit, as indicated in the presentation box which makes aviation
references with a reconstructed dashboard and texts such as “No Step” and “Pull
to Open”. Synchronized with the Hamilton brand’s strong
aviation heritage, dating back to 1919, the Khaki
Takeoff Auto Chrono Limited Edition combines high-tech modernity with
inspiration from the Hamilton elapsed time clock produced during World War II
and then considered the most complicated aircraft clock. For the 1,999 wearers
in possession of one of the numbered pieces, this watch is the perfect portable
cockpit with a constant presence on the style radar screen.
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