IRON ANNIE FLIGHT CONTROL
$360,00 ($300,00 excl. EU VAT)
The fascinating world of aviation is, according to Iron Annie, intimately linked to that of beautiful watchmaking. The automatic watches inspired by these exceptional planes benefit from an all-round robustness, a distinctive Aviator design as well as highly reliable Japanese or Swiss mechanical movements.
Every look at an Iron Annie watch arouses the fascination of men and women to reach new heights …
Available on backorder
At your place from March 7, 2024
30-day return policy
|11 × 12 × 8 mm
|Man / Woman
|Case Diameter (millimeters)
With a sharp Aviator style, this Iron Annie 5174-2 Flight Control watch has something to appeal to fans of automatic watches at low prices and with solid movements.
Probably the most accessible model of the Germanic House, the Iron Annie Flight Control has it all.
It benefits from two complications which are useful in everyday life: a small second indicator at 4 o’clock, as well as a 24-hours indicator at 9 o’clock. This function is supplemented by a date window at 3 o’clock, which is very useful on a daily basis.
This timepiece has a black dial, highlighted by Military-style stick indexes and surrounded by Arabic numerals. Harmony obliges, the “Iron Annie” logo is placed here at 12 o’clock and is accompanied by the inscription “Automatic” in red.
Finally, brown leather here brings a sporty note to this German timepiece with the Nippon movement.
The Miyota 82S7 movement, Japan Made, recognized for its robustness and longevity, equips the Iron Annie Flight Control model. Possessing 21 jewels, it benefits from a date complication at 3 o’clock as well as an autonomy of 40 hours.
Practical, a stop-second and a manual winding are integrated into the movement.
The first allows for precise adjustment and measurement of the time, the second for winding the power reserve via the crown at 3 o’clock.
Finally, the timepiece has a transparent glass back, allowing the wearer to observe the mechanism in any condition …
Luminova is placed on the hour and minute hands as well as on the indexes (see photos), making the time readable day and night …