Dan Henry 1939 Military Chronograph

Dan Henry 1939 Military Chronograph
Functionality was of the utmost importance in the 1930s, which is why several Navy and Air Force officers wore these elegant watches and used the scales to calculate distance, speed, or even heart rate. Dan Henry 1939 Military Chronograph is a fitting tribute to that era and currently one of the best men’s watches under $300 !

Inspired by the military tradition, the chronograph has 3 measurement scales and large pushers. The telemeter measures distance of sound traveled, tachometer calculates average speed according to distance traveled, and pulsometer records heartbeats.

Scratch-Resistant Dial
The sapphire coated double domed mineral glass used for the dial is anti-reflective and doesn’t get scratched or nicked easily…
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Dan Henry 1970 Automatic Diver

Dan Henry 1970 Automatic Diver
If you are an ardent scuba diver or love to take a dip in the sea to relax, a hardcore diving watch with stellar water resistance is a must. The Dan Henry 1970 Automatic Diver is a dream-come-true for intrepid thrill-seekers! It became a huge hit when it launched thanks to the ingenious super compressor principle incorporated into the design.

Remarkable Visibility
The dial and indexes are quite large, so you don’t have trouble telling time, especially when you go underwater in low light conditions.

The unusual combination of two colors highlights its aesthetic appeal. The dynamic tones of the black background perfectly complement the vibrant hues of the orange…
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