Closeouts. Even if your day doesn't involve flight checks before takeoff, you can flaunt the impressive Wenger Aerograph Cockpit watch, complete with chrono function, robust stainless steel case, and contrast-stitched leather band.
Reviewed by Matt from CT on Thursday, April 18, 2013
I bought this in December. I like the way it looks (the shape is a little different) and the stitching on the band looks sharp. About a week ago it stopped working (as in it doesn't tell time - a feature that I, for one, find appealing in a watch).
The stopwatch function still works, for what it's worth.
I guess I will send it to Wenger to see if they will fix it.
Reviewed by Protonman from Memphis, TN on Thursday, December 27, 2012
I wanted a pilot watch to wear for general aviation as a student. It is easy to get caught up in all the wiz bang features such watches can offer. What I like about this watch is: its square form fits better on my wrist than a round one, the large easy to read hands, a stopwatch feature for old school cross-country flights (students are not allowed to use GPS). One feature that I would like to have in addition is GMT. Looking at the competition you would have to pay about 2 x the price to get an equivalent level of functionality and quality. I received the watch as a gift from my wife and she likes it too. Highly recommended!