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  • The IFR is a 12-minute stopwatch designed to be used in airplanes. It features a black case and back-plate, both made of anodized aluminum.
  • The Navia 8-day clock was designed to be mounted on the dashboard of a boat, and features a waterproof case. The Navia uses the same movement as the Master Time.
  • The Aircraft Chronograph, Reference 430, was introduced by Heuer in the late 1960's / early 1970's. This Chronograph is powered by the same movement as the Super Autavia -- the Valjoux 5 -- and had been produced by Leonidas from 1950 or earlier.
  • The Aircraft Clock, Reference 435, was an 8-day clock powered by the Cal. 90 movement (not the same movement as was used in the Master Times). This clock was similar to those made by several manufacturers, with the crown located at the bottom left of the front surface.

Click on the photograph of any of these models to see additional photographs of that model.


Aircraft Chronograph


Aircraft Clock


IFR


Navia

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