The new RM 39-01 provides pilots with a practical and rapid instrument for successively timing different durations in a number of directions. They can therefore receive departure signals issued by radio beacons without losing time or having to execute numerous operations on their watches.
The RM 39-01 is having an ultra-complex flyback caliber that contains no fewer than 1,000 components. The RM39-01 movement is designed as a flight navigation instrument. This highly technical and extremely sophisticated watch is a modern interpretation of a device that is essential for any experienced pilot: the E6B slide rule, invented in the 1930s in the United States by Lieutenant Philip Dalton.
UTC FUNCTION The RM 39-01 Aviation E6-B features the display of a second time zone by means of a hand filled with superluminova. It can be easily adjusted pressing the pusher at 8 o’clock.
POWER RESERVE Circa 50 hours (±10%). Actual power reserve results will depend on the period of time the chronograph is utilized.
OVERSIZE DATE DISPLAY Semi-instantaneous, it is horizontally placed beneath 12 o’clock and functions via two skeletonized calendar discs. The date can be easily corrected using the pusher located at 2 o’clock.
CALIBER RMAC2 Automatic winding movement with hours, minutes, seconds at 3 o’clock, oversize date, month, flyback chronograph with seconds counter at the center, minutes and countdown counters at 9 o’clock, hour counter at 6 o’clock, UTC function and adjustable rotor geometry.