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PostSubject: Sinn's new 103 Ti IFR Chronograph   Thu Jul 14, 2016 2:37 pm

Has everyone had a look at Sinn's 103 Ti IFR Chronograph by chance?

Just seeing at Timezone.com, and it's said to be one of the world's first pilot watches certified to be in
accordance with something known as DIN 8330. Where it evidently meets the requirements for flight
operation that's in accordance with the instrumental flight rules, or IFR.

Looks like the watch can actually replace on-board timekeeping instruments, and is not affected by
different physical stresses of flight that could pose risk to an aircraft, or it's crew.

The watch has a 41 mm bead blasted titanium case, AR coated sapphire crystal, and display back,
Dehumidifying Technology, 200 meter WR, matte black dial with luminescent hands, decorated ETA
Valjoux 7750, and comes with either titanium bracelet, or nice orange stitched leather strap guys.

Just a few pics...







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