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Tested, worn and co-developed by the best pilots in the world! The PC-7 TEAM chronographs are more than just a watch for us. We have been proud to equip the pilots of the Swiss Air Force for 15 years now. Flying for the PC-7 TEAM is an additional task for the pilots who normally protect Swiss airspace on F/A 18 fighter jets. While the focus there is clearly on speed, formation flying is about precision, dynamics and elegance. We have implemented these characteristics in the latest version. The watch is limited to 300 pieces, is chronometer-certified and comes with a second strap including a change tool.
FORTIS x SWISS AIR FORCE PC-7 TEAM
The PC-7 TEAM.
Representative of the Swiss Air Force for more than 30 years. Only the best pilots are accepted. With their aircraft, a Pilatus PC-7, they advertise and represent our Swiss values in national and international air shows: dynamics, elegance and precision!
What people say about this watch
From the blogs
"Fortis releases two limited edition Aeromaster watches to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Swiss Air Force aerobatics display team."
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Our view on watch diameters and wrist sizes
Yes, you might have a smaller wrist. But 42mm is a modest size, although it sounds big. Unless your wrist stayed the same since you were 10 years old, you'll be just fine with rocking a 47mm watch.
Just in case you're still uncertain, take a look at our smaller models.