We at Jura Watches proudly select 10 of our most admirable pilot watches from a number of world-leading luxury watch brands, guaranteed to excite those who are inspired by the beauty behind aviation. Pilot watches are worn by not only professionals within the aircraft industry but also those who frequently take to the wings, globe trotters and businessmen as well as those with an appreciation for pure mechanical watchmaking craftsmanship. Sinn watches have become most renowned for their specialised skills in creating supreme aviation pieces and now implement each of their pilot models with the new DIN standard – a regulatory measure which facilitates the creation of functionally superior, reliable and safe watches for pilots. Oris have produced a long line of highly distinguished pilot watches since the 1940’s. Their first class instruments for aviation represent their abundant working relationships between themselves and world-established aircraft teams and individual partnerships. Bremont are another perfect example of a brand whose adopted philosophy denotes the epitome of quintessential pilot’s watches. With a genuine passion for all things aviation, their models demonstrate an exquisite mixture of high precision timekeeping and an extensive experience in advanced material research. Both suggestions of pilot watches from our Ball Watch Company, Hamilton and Muhle Glashutte ranges all share a similar sleek black aesthetic, yet promote remarkably rare features, all which are exclusive to their individual aircraft heritage.
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Top 10 Pilot Watches
Pilot watches are one of the most distinct styles found within the world of mechanical wristwatches and can be worn by a number of watch enthusiasts for many different reasons.
Prestigious watch making companies such as Longines, Bell & Ross and U-boat have all incorporated aspects of their highly distinguishable blueprints into their pilot watch designs, allowing for a wide audience to seek pleasure in sharing an ever-growing interest in popular aircraft culture. The Bremont brothers have grown up among a family who share passions in both the maritime and aviation industry.
Bremont pilot watches embrace designs with strong influential cues from their experience in aircraft and yacht manufacturing. With a strong connection to historical aerospace and aircraft backgrounds, their pilot watches have been created with a blend of supreme, high grade materials and cutting edge innovation.
Oris have produced a number of pilot watches whose sophisticated designs are blended with the mastery found within their many automatic Swiss movements. Expanding their haute horlogerie collections, Oris’ pilot watches are chronometer certified and built to perfection.
Muhle Glashutte have also produced a number of stunning pilot watches. Their familiar black or white dials with large numbers and luminous markers have successfully delivered high legibility at the cockpit for many years, yet their innovations are still achieving global victory.
The beauty of wearing a pilot watch which has been produced to the quality standards found within brands such as Glycine, Hamilton and Bell & Ross, is that the wearer can enjoy a simplistic approach to timekeeping whilst gracing their wrist with an exquisite tool that exudes a classic charm.
Breitling have also created some of the most popular pilot watches to date due to their design criteria and remarkable quality. Breitling introduced the first pilot watch in the year of 1952 and since then the Navitimer collection has flourished, becoming a highly reliable instrument for those working within the aviation profession. Speed, time, distance and many other calculations have been made effortless in pilot watches thanks to Breitling’s ground breaking developments.