Dievas watches recently released the Flieger Timer, a handsome watch reminiscent of old school German
pilot watches. Although Dievas is more readily known for their tritium tubed dive watches like the unique Divergraph and very cool Noble Professional, the Flieger Timer carries the Dievas’ typical flare for design and classic styling. Dievas has gone the extra mile with the 50 piece limited run
of this watch packing in features like an AR sapphire crystal, screw-in
22mm lugs, 42.5mm case with sapphire display back. The watch is
powered by an ETA 2452 automatic movement with a 42 hour power reserve.
This ETA is a somewhat unusual movement that beats at a subtle 18,000 vph as opposed to the more standard variation of the ETA 2824 which runs at 28,800.
You can assume that the availability of a movement like the 2452 has
something to do with the extremely limited run of this model.
with any Flieger styled watch, visibility is key. On the Flieger Timer,
the matte black dial is juxtaposed by the bright red hands,
clearly printed numerals, and the traditional triangular 12 o’clock marker. Unlike other
Dievas dive watches, the Flieger Timer does not use tritium tubes for
low light reading but reverts to the gold standard C3 Superluminova
(blue) for night time duty. The Flieger Timer is a highly legible and very cool looking timepiece that we are itching for a chance to review. This mix of styling, a rare movement, and the
exclusivity of a serialized limited production run will set you back a
By James Stacey
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