| Condition: || New with tags: A brand-new, unused, and unworn item (including handmade items) in the original packaging (such as the original box or bag) and/or with the original tags attached. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab ... Read moreabout the condition || Brand: || Fortis |
| Bezel Material: || Stainless Steel || MPN: || 702.10.81 L.01 |
| Bezel Function: || Stationary || Gender: || Mens |
| Calendar: || Date || Dial Color: || Black |
| Water Resistance: || 50 Meters(165 feet) || Band Color: || Black |
| Crystal: || Antireflective Sapphire || Band Material: || Genuine leather |
| Features: || Automatic Swiss Movement, Exhibition case back, Luminous hands & hour markers, Limited edition, Chronograph and alarm functions || Clasp: || Buckle |
| LACOSTE: || Fortis || Movement: || Automatic-Self-Wind |
| UPC: || 840840108098 || Case Dimensions: || 43 mm x 17 mm |
Flieger Chronograph Alarm Bold design that will be noticed without overpowering your look from Fortis. This edition of the Flieger timepiece begins with a brushed stainless steel case topped with a matching fixed bezel. A texture edged crown stamped with the Fortis logo appears at the side of the case in between two function pushers; with a third function pusher at an asymmetrical position of 8:00. The black leather strap hosts white top stitching and secures to your wrist with a buckle. Admire the automatic movement through the exhibition case back, where you will also find your limited edition number listed out of 300. The black textured dial hosts luminous Arabic numerals at each hour except 12:00, 3:00, 6:00 and 9:00 where index markers instead appear. A date and alarm window appears below the Fortis name at 3:00. You will find 30-minute, 12-hour and 60-second sub dials at 12:00, 6:00 and 9:00. Luminous accented hour and minute hands join a thin white second hand to keep time.
FORTIS belongs to the traditional Swiss watch brands, which has been active since its foundation in 1912 without interruption. As the world's first manufacturer of automatic wristwatches in 1926, FORTIS went down in watch history by producing the first automatic watch, the legendary Harwood, in a series production. In the middle of the '50s and '60s, to the climax of the automatic wristwatches, FORTIS enjoyed a good reputation as well as a worldwide brand awareness and distribution network. In the '80s, FORTIS was known as a manufacturer of functional, reliable mechanical wristwatches. In 1994, after endurance tests on the borderline of modern physics, the Star City Training Center chose the FORTIS Official Cosmonauts Chronograph as part of their Official Cosmonauts' equipment. Since then, FORTIS automatic wristwatches have proven their space capability in several missions, even outside of the protective space station in outer space. Based on the intensive collaboration with the experts in space travel, a unique new watch was developed: The FORTIS Official Cosmonauts Chronograph Automatic Alarm. A real spin-off from space and a world's first, the company came out with the FORTIS chronograph automatic with a mechanical alarm. With the development of this movement, FORTIS has earned a lot of approval from competitors and the professional world. Exactly 10 years after the first official flight, FORTIS was reconfirmed in 2004 as the official wristwatch supplier of the Russian Space program on board of the ISS still today. FORTIS will also accompany space travelers for the first Mars mission as the official supplier of the Mars 500 mission, which started in June 2010 and will take more than one and half years to complete. Crew members can rely on their FORTIS Automatic watches during this long test trip. As a longtime partner of space organizations, FORTIS invests in modern technologies and ensures in this way the future of the 100-year old brand in an ever-changing watch market.