- product description
Get on board, fasten your seatbelt and off we go: The pilot watch "München" from Laco makes you feel like soaring through the clouds. The watch is available as a limited edition of 200 only, equipped with a high-quality Swiss automatic movement.
Complete reliability, maximum precision and excellent legibility from any angle and at any second - features essential for survival in the days of civilian and military flying in the 1930s and 1940s, when courageous aviation pioneers wore them in the cockpit. Consummate engineering skills ensured the reliability of these navigation instruments at high flying speeds, or when temperatures fluctuated suddenly and pressure dropped unexpectedly. The practical, robust design and clean lines of Laco pilot and navigator watches set new standards at that time, a trend which continues to the present day.
The new "München" pilot watch upholds these values, incorporating stylish features from the past into today´s world. The black dial with phosphorescent displays and lozenge hands is the centrepiece, providing excellent readability even in the most adverse lighting conditions. As described in the pilot watch specification sheet, the dial has a very basic layout, with a triangular marker at the 12 o´clock position for orientation purposes. This allows the time can be read by briefly glancing at the watch. Domed, anti-reflective sapphire crystal provides excellent legibility by preventing distracting light reflection. This Laco watch is upon choice also available with a double-sided anti-reflective crystal.
The robust stainless steel case is sandblasted to a matte titanium finish, increasing resilience and preventing unnecessary glare. The modern watch with its distinctive onion crown has a medium-sized diameter of 42.3 mm, making it suitable for many wearers. The core component is the rugged chronograph movement Laco 50, based on the Swiss ETA Valjoux 7750. An automatic movement that works behind an enclosed housing base whose engraved surface symbolizes the company´s long watchmaking history. The brown strap in smooth calfskin with light colored stitching and double riveting emphasizes this timepiece´s traditional appeal, which is not just for pilots!
Made in Germany
- automatic chronograph Laco 50
basic movement ETA 7750
- stainless steel case, domed sapphire crystal
- black dial with luminous indexes Superluminova C3
- thermical blued steelhands filled with Superluminova C3
- brown calf leather strap with rivets
- 42,3 mm
- 14,75 mm
- Lug width:
- 20,0 mm
- Lug to lug:
- 50,0 mm
- up to 10 ATM
- 110,5 g (incl. strap)
- Arm circumference:
- 15 - 20 cm
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Strong reliability, accurate to the second: chronographs by Laco.
Especially in sport, sometimes it comes down to the exact second. Chronographs by Laco have been made for that exact purpose - made with a love for detail the whole way. Hand-crafted by experienced watchmakers on site in our factory in Pforzheim, chronographs stand for sportiness, elegance and technical sophistication. Strong and precise - these are the chronographs by Laco. Despite a variety of information, Laco designers have succeeded in presenting the time very legibly.
The standard movement in this model is a movement of the quality level elaboré.
Upon request, we also supply this model with a top quality movement. This can be added under "Movement" to your order.
|Ø gear precision over 24h
|0 to + 10 seconds/day
|0 to + 8 seconds/day
For more information see our FAQ.
The sapphire crystal installed as standard in this model features an anti-reflective layer on the inside. On request, we can also supply this model with sapphire crystal that has been AR-coated on both sides. In this case both sides of the crystal will then have an anti-reflective layer. This can be added to your order under "Sapphire crystal".
The outer anti-reflective layer may become scratched when wearing the watch.
This is considered normal wear and is therefore excluded from the warranty.
For more information see our FAQ.