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Pioneer Tachy TeleHAN1005


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* The PIONEER TachyTele features in addition to the chronograph function, two practical scales which are easily readable against the dial thanks to their red finish: the tachymeter scale for measuring average speeds is incorporated in the centre of the dial in a spiral formation. As this scale allows for a total of three revolutions of the stop indicator hand, it considerably extends the measurement range, enabling even relatively slow speeds of 60 km/h down to 20 km/h to be measured. The telemeter scale, which is printed on the peripheral edge of the dial, is used for measuring distances, taking into account the speed of sound.


* With design inspiration rooted firmly in the classic 1940s period of pilot's chronographs, the Tachy Tele is a gorgeous heritage inspired wristwatch.

Movement: Automatic Chronograph

Case: 40mm x 15mm, Stainless Steel

Dial: Off-White with Luminous Hands and Arabic Numerals

Glass: Convex Sapphire Crystal

Strap: Brown Calfskin with Rivets

Water Resistance: 10 ATM

Manufacturer No: 712.200-0011

Tradition and Expertise since 1882.

Hanhart first began trading on July 1st 1882 when Swiss watchmaker Johann A. Hanhart opened a watch shop in Diessenhofen, north-east Switzerland. The company quickly re-located to Schwenningen, southern Germany in 1902 and found instant success in 1924 with their first affordable, mechanical stopwatch. By 1938, Hanhart were a pioneer in the production of mechanical chronograph wristwatches, designed for pilots and by the 1960s had also moved into fine timing for sports events and motor racing.

Today, Hanhart still produce a varied range of wristwatches and fine timing stopwatches, tapping into their rich heritage of mechanical watchmaking know-how to produce pieces of incredible craftmanship and functional good looks.