Marathon Military Issue Navigator Pilot's Watch WW194001 NSN Sterile Dial + Extra Str

Marathon Military Issue Navigator Pilot's Watch WW194001 NSN Sterile Dial + Extra Str

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    Marathon Military Issue Navigator Pilot's Watch WW194001 NSN Sterile Dial + Extra Str

    NOTE: These genuine military issue Marathon Sterile Dial Navigator watches are from the current military contract with the U.S. Department of Defense.

    The Marathon Navigator wrist watch is intended for use with high altitude operations (NSN 6645-01-364-4042). This watch has a bi-directional time zone ring, analogue dial with 2 time scales and a stop second (hacking/hack) high torque quartz movement (Swiss Made). Watch is water resistant to 6 atmospheres. Fibreshell high impact case with stainless steel engraved back. Crystal is made of Hesalite material which forgives excessive external pressure changes. The black face features both 12 and 24 hour markings with luminous hands and hour markings, white numbers and a sweep second hand. Luminous Features are indicated by self lighting tritium tubes. This watch is made in accordance with MIL-PRF-46374G Type III, Class 1. This watch comes with TWO black nylon mil-spec watch straps: 1 standard length and 1 extra long to fit over uniform, both manufactured in accordance with MIL-S-46383B specifications. This wristwatch is manufactured in Switzerland.

    Features & Specifications:
    This watch comes with TWO black nylon mil-spec watch straps: 1 standard length and 1 extra long to fit over uniform, both manufactured in accordance with MIL-S-46383B specifications
    Sterile dial showing only H3 and radiation symbol, no "U.S. Government" or "Marathon" shown
    NSN 6645-01-364-4042
    Genuine Swiss Movement
    EOL (End of Life) display where second hand advances in 4 second increments when battery needs replacing
    Intended Use: High altitude, pilot / parachute
    Bi-Directional time zone ring
    Black analogue dial
    2 Scale dial shows standard and supplemental (24hr) time 1-12, 13-24
    Water resistant to 6 atm. (60m/200ft.)
    Stop Second (hack, movement stops when stem is pulled out) high torque quartz movement (Swiss Made)
    Fibreshell, high impact waterproof and dust proof case with stainless steel engraved back
    Hesalite Crystal forgives excessive external pressure changes
    Luminous hands and hour markings, white numerals and a sweep second hand
    Black face features luminous hands and hour markings powered by Tritium (Isotope H3)
    This watch is made in accordance with MIL-PRF-46374G Type III, Class 1
    This Marathon Navigator's Wristwatch meets the specifications of NSN 6645-01-364-4042 (6645013644042)
    Case dimensions: 42mm without crown, 48mm lug-to-lug, 19mm (3/4

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    Seen those before. Thought about getting one.

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    Interesting. I've never seen one, but then again, watches seem to be more for us old guys.
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