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Trintec Goes on Sale on ToM, Flying Off The Shelf


Trintec ToM 01With the holiday season in full swing, the holiday deals are coming fast and furious.  While Touch of Modern (join here for free if you are not a member) does sales all the time, we are seeing more watches right now, and it seems like a good idea to pass the opportunities on to you, our dear readers.  Starting today, Trintec goes on sale at the site, with discounts of 37% on several of their quartz and automatic watches.

Trintec ToM 02I reviewed one on the models, the Zulu-03, back in August, and I really liked the cockpit instrument style design of the watch.  After all, Trintec was the first to use this style for timekeeping instruments, first as a clock design, then as a watch design.  The automatic Zulu-03 Cockpit Style Clock uses an 8215 Miyota movement housed in a black PVD stainless steel case on a rubber strap.  It is an solid, attractive watch, and was my mid price pick in the Holiday Gift Guide.  The Zulu-03 Direction Gyro (top image) is also on sale, with the same case but an even more aviation-forward look to the watch.  For the pilot on your gift list, these are great choices.

Trintec ToM 03If the automatics are out of your price rance, then there are also four quartz watches, a GMT (above) and three different chronographs.  The GMT uses a Swiss Ronda 515-24 movement, while the chronos all feature Miyota OS-20 or OS-21 movements.  The GMT and two Ident (here and here) versions look to share the same instrument panel style case as the Zulu-03 Automatics, while the Zulu-01 quartz chronograph looks to have a little bit of diver blood in it.  Check out the sale here, and keep checking back, as ToM regularly highlights watches in all price ranges.

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