The Official Marathon Watch

USAF™ PILOT'S NAVIGATOR & OFFICER'S WATCH WITH DATE

We are pre-releasing an initial run of the USAF Pilot’s Navigators and Officer's with Date.
Serial numbered and limited to 100 pieces only, they feature the official United States Air Force™ insignia emblazoned on the dial.

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INITIAL RUN OF 100 LOW SERIAL-NUMBERED WATCHES

These timepieces feature the authentic United States Air Force™ insignia and are built to strict military specifications: MIL-PRF-46374G.

Our initial run consists of:
• USAF Pilot’s Navigator
• USAF Pilot’s Navigator with Date
• USAF Officer's Watch with Date

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BUILT TO HANDLE HIGH ALTITUDES & EXTREME CHANGES IN AIR PRESSURE

These exclusive pieces are crafted with a highly durable, impact-resistant fibreshell case that is water resistant to 3ATM (30 meters/100 feet), sweat resistant, and will not yield to the elements.

Engraved on the caseback is the official USAF insignia and initial run serial number.

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DESIGNED TO MEET THE NEEDS OF TODAY'S PILOTS

On the dial of the Navigator and Officer's Watch, we have emblazoned a three-dimensional, reflective, silver alloy appliqué of the official United States Air Force insignia.

On the inside, the ETA FØ6 movement was carefully selected for its accuracy (-0.3/+0.5 seconds per day) and its End-of-Life (EOL) indicator, which alerts pilots when a battery change is required.

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TIMEPIECES WITH A PROVEN HISTORY OF MILITARY PERFORMANCE

Marathon Pilot’s Navigator: The original design was created in 1986 at the request of the Kelly Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas, whose pilots needed of a time-piece capable enduring extreme changes in air pressure while operating at high altitude.

Marathon Officer's Watch with Date: Built for military personnel in the field, this original design was used during military operations throughout the 1980s.

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*Officially licensed product of the Dept. of the Air Force. Endorsement by the Dept. of the Air Force is neither intended nor implied.
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