Goooodmorning Vietnam! It's 1965, and you were just enlisted to for "Operation Rolling Thunder." Fast forward a couple months and you're flying an F-100 over the hot and humid jungle of southeast Asia. You look down at your wrist to check the time to the drop zone and what do you see?
Our new power reserve takes inspiration from the cockpit gauges of aircraft used in the Vietnam War era. Specifically, the altimeter gauge that reads altitude and shows a striped sector when flying too low. We integrated a similar indicator not to warn about altitude, but to display when the watch is running out of wind on the mainspring. The power reserve is the epitome of pilot tool watches, showing a clean easy to read dial with a power reserve display to ensure you're watch never stops ticking.