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Custom Watches by Everest

 

All watches listed are custom made to Client specifications. Lead time is about 3 months

Everest Watchworks
Special Edition   24 Hour Watches

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Special Edition Everest
24 hour Watch

Base Watch

This model is a heavy stainless Poljot 24 hour pilot's watch with a domed mineral crystal. The movement? 17 jewel hand-wind! Case is stainless steel with a screw in crown.

As such the top indice is the 6:00 am time, with 12:00 noon at the traditional 3 spot, 6:00 pm at the traditional 6 spot, and 12:00 midnight at the traditional 9 spot.

The dial is lumed with C1 (white) genuine Superluminova from Switzerland. The dial design emphaisizes the need to see the dial at night, by using the most lume and the biggest indices at the after the 6:00 pm spot.

More customization is used in the graduated numbers starting with the smallest at the 12 midnight spot and increasing in size and "glow value" as the time approaches the traditional morning time to awake.

This watch features a heavy, very attractive, solid link band from Poljot. These bands sell for about $70 from the Russian sites. The watch is water tested to 10 atms. The crystal is a domed mineral crystal. The case diameter is 40mm.

In practice this watch shifts your paradigm a little, but the layout is rather intuitive after you have worn it a little while. Its a really fun watch to share with others.

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Men's Watches


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"Aviator"

This watch is a sturdy example of a large, easy to read, pilots watch, featuring... a 40mm stainless case... a wonderfully large screw-in crown... a quality stainless deployant for the wrist strap... and water resitant to 165 feet.

Look for a customized blend of SuperLuminova designed to resemble an aged color of radium used in watches long ago.

Case: stainless steel
Movement: 21 jewel automatic Miyota 8215"
Size: 40mm case
Band: black rubber w/tread pattern
Lug Size: 20mm
Back:Stainless screw-in with "view back"
Crystal: Mineral
Lume: SuperLuminova




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Southwestern Watches


"End of the Trail"

This stainless steel watch features a dial representing James Earl Fraser's most famous scultpure" The End of the Trail".
In 1894, when James Earle Fraser completed his model of the End of the Trail, American civilization stretched from shore to shore. Most Euro-Americans believed the frontier period was over and that such progress was inevitable. Many viewed Native Americans as part of the past, a vanishing race with no place in the twentieth century. Popular literature portrayed Indian people as "savages," noble or otherwise. Fraser's the End of the Trail reflects this legacy: a nineteenth century Indian warrior defeated and bound for oblivion -- frozen in time.
By the 1890s, Native Americans knew their trail had become steep and rocky, but they believed it would continue. Confined mostly to reservations and ravaged by disease and starvation, the Indian population declined dramatically. Indian children were forced to attend federally supported boarding schools that attempted to replace traditional tribal values with American culture. Although denied citizenship and a voice in determining their future until 1924, Indian people persisted.

The watch features an ETA 11 1/2 ligne Swiss quartz movement in a stainless case. It has a mineral crystal, and stitched full-grain leather strap. The dial has the stick indices lumed with Superluminova from Switzerland. The case diameter is 35mm. The watch is water-resistant. This would make a great watch for someone who appreciate the history and culture of the West.

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"End of the Trail"

This stainless steel watch features a dial representing James Earl Fraser's most famous scultpure" The End of the Trail".

In 1894, when James Earle Fraser completed his model of the End of the Trail, American civilization stretched from shore to shore. Most Euro-Americans believed the frontier period was over and that such progress was inevitable. Many viewed Native Americans as part of the past, a vanishing race with no place in the twentieth century. Popular literature portrayed Indian people as "savages," noble or otherwise. Fraser's the End of the Trail reflects this legacy: a nineteenth century Indian warrior defeated and bound for oblivion -- frozen in time.
By the 1890s, Native Americans knew their trail had become steep and rocky, but they believed it would continue. Confined mostly to reservations and ravaged by disease and starvation, the Indian population declined dramatically. Indian children were forced to attend federally supported boarding schools that attempted to replace traditional tribal values with American culture. Although denied citizenship and a voice in determining their future until 1924, Indian people persisted.

The watch features a Japan quartz movement in an attractive 40mm case. The case material is base metal with a stainless back. The watch has a mineral crystal, and a lightweight but attractive bracelet. The dial shows an background of the "Setting Sun" Arizona state emblem. The watch has a water resistant rating on the case back, but this is really just a dress watch. This case works great with different leather straps. The strap size is 20mm. This would make a great watch for someone who appreciate the history and culture of the West.

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Aviation "Gift" Watches

These are fun watches we sell at Air Shows and other Aviation events.
We can make these types of watches to meet specific customer needs.


"Boeing Flying Fortress Pocketwatch"

 

This watch is a beautiful stainless pocketwatch in the a hunter case style. It features a glossy case, blue hands, mineral crystal and a Citizen quartz movement. It comes with a 7" stainless watch chain.

The dial commemorates the Boing B-17 "Flying Fortress". This plane is probably the most famous airplane in the world. You can read more about the following link:

http://www.aviation-history.com/boeing/b17.html




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"German Messerschmitt BF-109 Pocketwatch"

This watch features a Timex Expedition case, thick mineral crystal, water resistance and a Citizen quartz movemtent. The watch also has the night-time "indiglo" feature. The dial commemorates the German's Messerschmitt BF-109 fighter. This plane was the Luftwatffe standard fighter for the first three years of the war. It is probably the most famous German plane. You can read more about the following link:

http://go.to/AGoldmann







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"YF-22 Fighter Quartz Watch"

The watch features a Japan quartz movement in an attractive 40mm case. The case material is base metal with a stainless back. The watch has a mineral crystal, and a full grain contrasting stitched pilot black strap. The strap is made in Italy. The dial shows off the United States' newest stealth fighter, the F-22 Raptor. The watch has a water resistant rating on the case back, but this is really just a dress watch. This case works great with different leather straps. The strap size is 20mm. The watch is very attractive on the wrist, thanks in part to its domed crystal imported from Germany.

You can read more about the F-22 Raptor at the following link:

http://www.f22fighter.com/

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