- product description
gives them a remarkable appearance.
The olive dial features the perfect backdrop for the functional typography, with striking hands and numerals which has been associated with the well-known Laco navigator watches from the 1940s. In authentic style, the luminous colour used for the numbers and hands is Superluminova "Old Radium", which has a vintage brown shade during the day, but glows bright green in the dark.
The stainless steel case measures 42 mm in diameter and has a bronze coloured PVD coating, further accentuating the "used" look of these watches. The harmonious appearance of these new designs is beautifully complemented by a sturdy strap made from vintage leather, which will develop an individual patina over time. In keeping with the pilot watch style, the strap features decorative rivets which, like the buckle, are colour coordinated with the case.
Both models are limited to only 250 pieces.
The unique limited number is engraved on the caseback of the watch.
Made in Germany
- automatic movement Laco 21
basic movement Miyota 821 A
Second hand stop
- stainless steel case with bronze coloured PVD coating, Saphire crystal
- numbers and figures with Superluminova old radium
- hands filled with Superluminova old radium
- calf leather strap colour oliv
- The used vintage leather makes every watch strap unique. Being a product of nature, it can present itself with color and structure variations.Box:
- watch box with zipper
- 42,0 mm
- 11,75 mm
- Lug width:
- 20,0 mm
- Lug to lug:
- 50,0 mm
- bis 5 ATM
- 90,2 g (incl. strap)
- Arm circumference:
- 17,5 - 22 cm
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From passion to legend: Pilot watches from Laco.
There are pilot watches. And then there are pilot watches from Laco. As one of a few exclusive companies the workshop in Pforzheim can look back on a long tradition. Whereas in the 1940s a Laco was an indispensable tool in the cockpit, today it is an expression of freedom. With a Laco pilot watch you are not only wearing a precise and robust watch on your wrist, but also a piece of history.