Watches with slide rule.

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    Question Watches with slide rule.

    Which brands have watches with slide rule. I know Breitling have and I found Citizen Nighthawk but are there other brands and/or models with slide rule?

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    Re: Watches with slide rule.

    Quote Originally Posted by berg35 View Post
    Which brands have watches with slide rule. I know Breitling have and I found Citizen Nighthawk but are there other brands and/or models with slide rule?
    Brands with slide rule watches:

    Breitling
    Chase-Durer
    Citizen
    Orient
    O&W
    Sinn
    Torgoen

    ...there might be more...

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    Zeno XXL chrono (47mm diameter) could be added

    The old Sinn 903 was just gorgeous!

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    Re: Watches with slide rule.

    Some Pulsars do (Mine does!). This probably means that some Seikos do as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nevyn View Post
    Some Pulsars do (Mine does!). This probably means that some Seikos do as well.
    Sure: The Seiko SND 255 P 1 for example with wonderful blue dial and bezel. (SND 253 P 1 with black dial).

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    Re: Watches with slide rule.

    2 others that I know of:

    Trias Camouflage

    Orient Power Reserve CFT00002M (Orange face), CFT00001B (black face)
    (oops, Orient was already mentioned...)

    (one thing I can't fathom is watches that only have 1 logarithmic scale instead of 2, like the Poljot Ruslan for example)
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    The Raketa 24 hr Royal Majesty.
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    Re: Watches with slide rule.

    François – Quebec City, QC

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    Re: Watches with slide rule.

    If you are indeed inquiring about a sliderule watch so you can purchase I must say you should check out the Nighthawk in person. Its great looking and very affordable too. I have the black face with white sliderule on a black leather strap... IMO its my best looking Nighthawk, and I have 3 diff. versions.
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    Re: Watches with slide rule.

    Quote Originally Posted by Avengeance View Post
    If you are indeed inquiring about a sliderule watch so you can purchase I must say you should check out the Nighthawk in person. Its great looking and very affordable too. I have the black face with white sliderule on a black leather strap... IMO its my best looking Nighthawk, and I have 3 diff. versions.
    Agree there... bang for your buck.

    but if you want a nice aviation peice go for the Sinn 903 (thats a beatiful watch, its identical to the Navitimer but better price)

    Also if you want a even cheaper option over sin 903.. go a Ollech and Wajs Aviation 24hour with a NOS movement :) Picture from Chonomaster.co.uk



    Ive seen seiko flightmasters sell for 100 on the bay, which is just as good :)

    Good luck
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    Seiko SKX007
    Marathon Automatic SAR-D

    Next on list:
    Stowa Marine Original
    Damasko DA36





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    Re: Watches with slide rule.

    I've seen Tourneaus with them.

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