Jack Mason Aviator Watch

Nov 19, 2018

Category: Style

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There’s nothing more iconic than the classic pilot’s watch. They’re simple, straightforward, and timeless to say the least. It’s also here where the fine folks over at Jack Mason Brand pulled inspiration for their sleek 42mm Aviator.

Built for everyday wear, this handsome timepiece is simultaneously a portal into the past and an homage to contemporary technology. We say this because each Jack Mason Aviator hosts Super-Luminova indices on the dial for low-light visibility while the watch’s 316L stainless steel case is built to withstand depths of 100 meters. Additional details include an etched vintage plane on the caseback, an Italian leather strap fitted with quick-release pins, and the high noon symbol as the 12 o’clock marker. A fine option that doesn’t break the bank but looks damn good year-round. Available now.

Purchase: $195

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