Other features might include altimeters, compasses, chronographs, and slide rules that will enable pilots to measure calculations with ease. It’s this array of features that make an aviator’s watch quite pricey.
Finding affordable pilot watch prices is extremely difficult.
That’s why we’ve taken a close look at our range. These models aren’t traditional aviation watches in terms of features. You wouldn’t get a full-featured option under 200 or even 500 dollars.
Our models are the same in terms of classic styling, precision, and quality. They’re priced under $500 without looking cheap. They’re the creations of Jakob Wagner, the top Scandi designer.
Each model is the epitome of the Scandinavian concept of Hygge.
Hygge’s quite a far-reaching concept. It entails bringing more contentment into your life by simplifying. Our watches embrace the simplicity of design that is the trademark of this concept. Danish watch brands have fully embraced this concept.
Nordgreen's Selection of Pilot Models
At Nordreens, we made a choice early on – quality or features. In true aviator style, we chose quality above an extensive range of features.
Our watches don’t have all the bells and whistles, but they work flawlessly. With our high-quality options, you’ll never be late for your flight again.
We craft each wristwatch in our range to provide you with the best quality at fair prices.
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Nordgreens focuses on simple styling and flawless design. Our Pioneer model is part of our premier range and has the classic elegance of an aviator’s watch. It was designed around the classic chronograph but offered a more pared down look.
There are two dials on the face – the second’s hand and the stopwatch.
Unlike our other models, the dial here comes in one size only. It’s a bold 42mm and perfect for making a style statement. We don't offer smaller sizes in this model because it would look cramped. We do provide other customizations.
The Philosopher offers a more pared-down style than the Pioneer. It doesn't have inset dials. What it does have is the date and a third hand to count away the seconds. The hours and minutes are marked too. That makes it easy to stay on track during any pre-flight checks.
Don’t like the chronograph look? Want a pilot-quality watch without all the fussy features? Then the Native might suit you better. Only the hours are marked on the dial, so it’s the perfect minimalist option.
Want something that offers the clean lines of the Native and the extra detailing of the Philosopher? The Infinity has the hours and minutes marked. It doesn't have the date on the dial or a second hand. The overall design is cleaner because there are no lugs.