Victorinox Classic XLS MT

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As a former pilot, there are two watches that represent the absolute finest gear for flying: the Omega X-33, and Breitling Aerospace. Both are quartz and analog/digital, and have very different looks. Today's post is about a very similar watch that has a much more reasonable price tag to the Aerospace, the Victorinox Swiss Army Classic XLS MT. I've not yet confirmed this, but I strongly suspect that it has the exact same movement as the Aerospace, the ETA 988.432, making it one heck of a deal. S..

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The Swiss Army Night Vision “Flashlight” Watch

I haven't been a fan of Swiss Army watches since I paid $100 for an original Swiss Army watch back in high school, wore it on the construction site where I was working, and had it quit on me after filling up with sawdust after only a week. It's been a long time since I earned beer money as a laborer, however, and John over at The Wrist Watch Review has recently posted twice about Swiss Army watches being good values, so I've decided to give them another look. They have some interesting chron..

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The New Victorinox Swiss Army ST 5000 Digital Compass Watch

The Swiss Army ST 5000 is one of the most sophisticated and unique digital compass watches I've seen. First of all, there's a small LCD above the 6 o'clock position which displays the user's numeric heading (I have a Casio ProTrek with a digital compass that displays your heading, but my Tissot T-Touch does not). It will also display magnetic north in addition to the wearer's bearing, and allow you to lock that bearing into memory in order to keep you on track. There is a 5-point LED system ..

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