The TWELF-X SKY 1914 Auto Flyer Blue/Stainless Steel is an aviation-inspired automatic watch in TWELF-X's SKY range. The watch is named the 1914 Auto Flyer in tribute to the invention of the autopilot, first demonstrated by Lawrence Sperry in 1914. The TWELF-X 1914 Auto Flyer features a three time zone feature. The second time zone is indicated on the external rotating bezel with a 120 click unidirectional bezel with markers from 1 to 12. The inner rotating ring acts as a third time zone indicator, featuring markers from 1 to 12, to keep track of time for the truly globalised adventurer. The watch features a stainless steel case, a blue bezel and a blue textured dial with orange and red accents. The lume glows in bright orange.
Product Specification for TWELF-X 1914 AUTO FLYER
|Movement||Japanese automatic movement (Seiko NH35)|
|Movement Power Reserve||36-41 Hours|
|Movement Variance||-10/+20 seconds per day|
|Case Material||316L Stainless Steel|
|Crystal||Anti Glare, Scratch-Resistant Sapphire Crystal|
|Bezel||Uni-directional rotating bezel with 120 clicks|
|Crown||Screw down crown|
|Water Resistance||20 ATM|
|Lume||Hour/minute hands and hour markers. Lume is expected to last for 30minutes with exposure to light for 1 hour|
|Function||Time and Date|
|Strap||22mm width. Silicon strap with self release spring bar (no tools required to change strap)|
I believe that those who have experience diving in dark waters and exploring dark caves and are aware of the complications would realy appreciate the insanely brilliant lumen and excellent visibility. The crown functions well, the pushers are smooth, and definitely one to keep for long!
I bought one for a friend of mine who is an occasional diver. I took the courage to get the watch directly delivered to him without going through me. I am impressed by the way the watch was packed. It arrived in perfect condition. My friend told me it's one of the best dive watch he has.