Technical equipment on aircraft and helicopters, high demands are uncompromising in set terms of functionality, reliability and safety. With the new DIN 8330, this high claim is transferred now also on wristwatches. And sense shows with his 103 TI IFR pilot watch how it’s done. This watch meets all requirements for operations under instrument flight rules (IFR – instrumental flight rules).
The new pilot’s watch from sense, one of the first that meets the DIN 8330, is able to replace all existing in the aircraft time measuring instruments for the pilot in its entirety. The 103 TI IFR is not affected by the physical stress of the operation, so that the reliance of the pilots they pose no danger to himself, the remaining crew and the aircraft. The pilot’s watch with the other instruments on board is compatible.
Hours and minutes appear centrally in this pilot’s Watch, the small seconds hand at 9 o’clock. The Central seconds hand belongs to the chronograph; the 30-minute counter was placed on twelve o’clock by sense. Three o’clock date makes small next to the logo itself.
Before the black dial the hands occupied with luminous and hour markers stand out clearly. The flyer rotating bezel with minute detent and luminous main highlight completes the features of the watch.
Sinn 103 TI IFR is driven by the mechanical lever movement Valjoux 7750 automatic movement. The factory works with 28,800 vibrations per hour. It features the display of seconds, minutes and hours. Also, the movement with chronograph functions and a date display can come up.
The plant is located in a housing made of stainless steel. This measures 41 mm in diameter is 17 mm high Because back and Crown screwed, a compressive strength is given; up to 20 bar the watch is also unaffected by low pressure.
The prices for the 103 TI IFR watch vary between €2380 to €2690 at chronologicalwatches.com, depending on which bracelet, the watch comes. Choosing are leather, stainless steel and silicone, which you preferred get away with the leather version.