AVI-8 Men’s ‘Hawker Hunter’ Quartz Stainless Steel and Leather Casual Watch, Color:Green (Model: AV-4052-08

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With an angled off square shape that echoes the key pieces of the Hunters own instrumentation, the reference to the jet that first flew in service for the RAF in the early 1950s, is obvious.
With an angled off square shape that echoes the key pieces of the Hunters own instrumentation, the reference to the jet that first flew in service for the RAF in the early 1950s, is obvious.
Outlined hands are bold yet skeletonized to offer clarity and visibility of all sub dials on the multi-layered dial that offers depth and detail for the wearer.
With an angled off square shape that echoes the key pieces of the Hunters own instrumentation, the reference to the jet that first flew in service for the RAF in the early 1950s, is obvious.
With an angled off square shape that echoes the key pieces of the Hunters own instrumentation, the reference to the jet that first flew in service for the RAF in the early 1950s, is obvious.
Outlined hands are bold yet skeletonized to offer clarity and visibility of all sub dials on the multi-layered dial that offers depth and detail for the wearer.
Japanese-quartz Movement
With an angled off square shape that echoes the key pieces of the Hunters own instrumentation, the reference to the jet that first flew in service for the RAF in the early 1950s, is obvious.
With an angled off square shape that echoes the key pieces of the Hunters own instrumentation, the reference to the jet that first flew in service for the RAF in the early 1950s, is obvious.
Outlined hands are bold yet skeletonized to offer clarity and visibility of all sub dials on the multi-layered dial that offers depth and detail for the wearer.
With an angled off square shape that echoes the key pieces of the Hunters own instrumentation, the reference to the jet that first flew in service for the RAF in the early 1950s, is obvious.
With an angled off square shape that echoes the key pieces of the Hunters own instrumentation, the reference to the jet that first flew in service for the RAF in the early 1950s, is obvious.
Outlined hands are bold yet skeletonized to offer clarity and visibility of all sub dials on the multi-layered dial that offers depth and detail for the wearer.
Japanese-quartz Movement
Case Diameter: 45mm
With an angled off square shape that echoes the key pieces of the Hunters own instrumentation, the reference to the jet that first flew in service for the RAF in the early 1950s, is obvious.
With an angled off square shape that echoes the key pieces of the Hunters own instrumentation, the reference to the jet that first flew in service for the RAF in the early 1950s, is obvious.
Outlined hands are bold yet skeletonized to offer clarity and visibility of all sub dials on the multi-layered dial that offers depth and detail for the wearer.
With an angled off square shape that echoes the key pieces of the Hunters own instrumentation, the reference to the jet that first flew in service for the RAF in the early 1950s, is obvious.
With an angled off square shape that echoes the key pieces of the Hunters own instrumentation, the reference to the jet that first flew in service for the RAF in the early 1950s, is obvious.
Outlined hands are bold yet skeletonized to offer clarity and visibility of all sub dials on the multi-layered dial that offers depth and detail for the wearer.
Japanese-quartz Movement
With an angled off square shape that echoes the key pieces of the Hunters own instrumentation, the reference to the jet that first flew in service for the RAF in the early 1950s, is obvious.
With an angled off square shape that echoes the key pieces of the Hunters own instrumentation, the reference to the jet that first flew in service for the RAF in the early 1950s, is obvious.
Outlined hands are bold yet skeletonized to offer clarity and visibility of all sub dials on the multi-layered dial that offers depth and detail for the wearer.
With an angled off square shape that echoes the key pieces of the Hunters own instrumentation, the reference to the jet that first flew in service for the RAF in the early 1950s, is obvious.
With an angled off square shape that echoes the key pieces of the Hunters own instrumentation, the reference to the jet that first flew in service for the RAF in the early 1950s, is obvious.
Outlined hands are bold yet skeletonized to offer clarity and visibility of all sub dials on the multi-layered dial that offers depth and detail for the wearer.
Japanese-quartz Movement
Case Diameter: 45mm
Water resistant to 50m (165ft: in general, suitable for short periods of recreational swimming, but not diving or snorkeling