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What aviation buffs already know, others are about to discover: Waltham timekeepers have played their part in aviation history and its greatest exploits. Bearing Lindbergh’s nickname, the Lone Eagle is the perfect expression of this illustrious past. Every detail, from the hourmarkers to the propeller-shaped hands, from the riveted bracelet to the design of the pushpieces and crown, is inspired by the 1950’s when aviation entered a revolutionary era. Housing a COSC-certified Dubois Dépraz chronograph movement with a flyback function, the Lone Eagle captures perfectly the current neo-classical trend in watch design.

Movement Automatic Dubois Dépraz 3142 calibre, COSC-certified chronometer
Functions Hours, minutes, seconds, date, chronograph with flyback function and second time zone
Case Steel, 45 mm
Domed anti-reflective sapphire crystal
Screw-down back engraved with an eagle, the brand's symbol
Dial Black centre, silvered counters and flange, luminescent Arabic numerals
Chronograph small seconds at 3 o'clock, 30-minute counter at 9 o'clock, date at 6 o'clock
GMT time zone corrector at 10 o’clock
Propeller-shaped hands
Bracelet/Strap Black buffalo with 4 rivets, folding clasp
Other versions Navy blue dial with matching strap

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