This old man is insecure with watch terminology. A pocketwatch was a
watch. A wristwatch was a bracelet or strap ww. Today it is simply a watch. Maybe somebody can write a definition for a pilot's watch. Or is it
too broadly used name to be categorized? Here are 2 extreme examples of seriously advertised pilot watches of 1940 and 1960 with a modern poser. Hamilton ad reads well on second click. Navitimer actually came from pro pilot's garage sale. He found it impractical. I liked its appearance and high tech. but was happy to make a profit with it. Notice the compact and neat old Lemania. It has the 321 Omega movmt. that was in the original big Speedy Pro. 27 mm. tiny movement in a big case.