"NO-WATCH" ist dead - long live "SVALBARD"
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    "NO-WATCH" ist dead - long live "SVALBARD"

    Hi everybody ...

    I have to admit that I could not resist when I received the email advertising of a brand called SVALBARD.
    This company appears to be the legal successor of NO-WATCH. Have a look at their online shop:
    SVALBARD.ONE

    I ordered this example from their new collection:
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    It is called "Svalbard Polar Aviation"

    Some specifications:
    - polished Hard Steel case
    - Case diameter 40 mm (excluding crown)
    - Case height 9.5 mm
    - Screwed down crown
    - Water resistant 3 ATM
    - Flat hard mineral crystal
    - Swiss-made movement Ronda 515.24H
    - 20mm leather strap
    - Weight 59 gr

    Have a nice week, Michael
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    Re: "NO-WATCH" ist dead - long live "SVALBARD"

    Is the bottom half of the dial lumed?

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    Re: "NO-WATCH" ist dead - long live "SVALBARD"

    Quote Originally Posted by l3wy View Post
    Is the bottom half of the dial lumed?
    NO ...

    No function - only "optic"

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    Re: "NO-WATCH" ist dead - long live "SVALBARD"

    That's a neat looking watch, but I think the TOP half of the dial (daylight hours) should be light...and the airplane should be a Ford Tri-Motor...

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    Re: "NO-WATCH" ist dead - long live "SVALBARD"

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron521 View Post
    That's a neat looking watch, but I think the TOP half of the dial (daylight hours) should be light...and the airplane should be a Ford Tri-Motor...
    Or better yet, put the 24 at the top where it belongs!

    Barry

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