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    Re: Pilot's chronograph picture thread.

    one of mine. more to follow.
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    Re: Pilot's chronograph picture thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hunterfate View Post
    My former Fortis. I love Fortis watches as can be seen from my avatar :).
    I take it you are a fan of Ernest Gann as well. I recently picked up a B42 Black Flieger and it is great, but I am really into the Cosmonauts Chrono these days.
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    Re: Pilot's chronograph picture thread.

    Gone now, but a real looker - Fortis Pilot Pro B-42 GMT Chrono


    Still present - the Speedy Pro, though sadly not the Pitts:


    and one of several Revue Thommen Airspeed Chronos I've had, this one with the superb ETA 251.262 quartz centre minute chrono movement:


    A CWC pilot chrono - with quartz movement:


    And a very rare Fortis B-42 Cosmonaut LE Chrono with the Lemania 5100 - the last watch I'd ever want to let go:
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    Re: Pilot's chronograph picture thread.

    Marathon CSAR, an awesome watch.

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    Re: Pilot's chronograph picture thread.

    HappyJack that Lemania Fortis would be a keeper for me too, the Pitts even more so. I might have to sell the watches and the motorcycle for the wife to allow me to get one.

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    Re: Pilot's chronograph picture thread.

    Just received this bad boy so thought I'd share! A poljot Type XX homage. Houses a 3133 with a screwdown crown. Put it on a vintage rivited fliegerstrap and I'm instantly loving it!






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    Re: Pilot's chronograph picture thread.

    Steinharts: nav b 44 A and B type ss, nav b titan 44 A and B type, nav b bronze 44 mm, nav b chronograph 44, nav b chronograph kiga, nav b chronograph black dlc, marine officer bronze, marine officer grey, marine chronograph bronze premium, marine chronograph, aviation, aviation vintage, o1 vintage, o1 vintage red, o1 bronze, o1 vintage chronograph, o1 vintage dual time, marine chronometer, flighttimer, racetimer,
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    Re: Pilot's chronograph picture thread.

    Love my Laco-

    "Either he's dead or my watch has stopped"
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    "The only reason for time is so that everything does not happen at once..."
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    Re: Pilot's chronograph picture thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by freight dog View Post
    HappyJack that Lemania Fortis would be a keeper for me too, the Pitts even more so. I might have to sell the watches and the motorcycle for the wife to allow me to get one.
    I had the Pitts for 8 years, and did about 120 hours over that time - not a lot - because an aerobatics flight, when I never had to go more than 5-10 miles from the field and sometimes just did them over the field, didn't take much time. And I found I could have almost as much fun doing 5-6 circuits, which at 2m20s per circuit, didn't take long either. It was operated commercially by a flying school, which helped defray the costs, but that also created a lot of hassle, what with trying to get the money out of them they owed me, and meanwhile facing the higher maintenance costs that goes with tri-gear pilots trying to get used to landing a high-performance tailwheel aircraft.

    I'm quite tempted by the idea of a 1/4 share in a single-seat Pitts S-1S, if I can find one. Cheap enough that it doesn't matter so much how many hours you do, and if you want to take a passenger there's always the option to rent something else, even if that's only a Chipmunk or Decathlon...
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    Re: Pilot's chronograph picture thread.

    Here's mine:






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