The 1920s flight was in the enlightenment stage. Europe and the rest of the world recognize the importance of this revolutionary change in transportation. Due to the limited functions of technology and instruments, the pilots at the time had to perform multiple duties such as maintenance technicians, navigators, photographers, and even draw maps to record flight routes. It can be said that the pilot at that time was an out-and-out explorer. With the Navigator World View, the Pilot’s Watch World Time Zone, Glashütte pays tribute to the adventurous explorers and their spirit of adventure.

Glashütte Navigator World View

 The 1920s flight was in the enlightenment phase. Europe and the rest of the world recognize the importance of this revolutionary change in transportation. Flying makes the world smaller, making the impossible before possible. Inventors and pioneers continue to test and challenge the limits of technology, hoping to apply the results to exploration and commercial use. Due to the limited functions of technology and instruments, the pilots at the time had to perform multiple duties such as maintenance technicians, navigators, and photographers. You even need to draw your own map to record the flight path. It can be said that the pilot at that time was an out-and-out explorer.
 Watches were one of the most important tools for pilots of the time. The primary requirement for a watch specifically designed for pilots is its size, which must be able to be worn outside a heavy flight jacket. Second, it must be highly legible, easy to read day and night. Of course, the accuracy of the travel time is also very important.

 With the Navigator World View, the Pilot’s Watch World Time Zone, Glashütte pays tribute to the adventurous explorers and their spirit of adventure. The appearance of the Pilot’s World Time Zone watch is consistent with the style of other watches of the 20th century vintage series. The case has a rotatable ring marked with the world city name, which can easily define the time in different time zones. The oversized hour markers provide ideal legibility, and Glashütte’s proud calendar window is located at 6 o’clock, giving the wearer complete control of the world.
 The sapphire crystal case back reveals the beauty of the 39-47 movement, the skeletonized rotor in 21K gold, the gooseneck fine-tuning device and the finely polished Glashütte 3/4 splint. A model of table craft. The Pilot’s World Time watch is ideal for adventurers with its sporty and tough design. Just look at the wrist and you have the world. Although flying has become a part of our daily lives, the excitement that adventure brings us is something we will never lose!

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