call it coincidence or whatever. recently i have been scouting around for aviation-inspired watches and one thing becomes apparent: they have price tags that would certain to make any average joe cringe, but that’s not case with the Antoine Arnaud Spirit of St. Louis Watch. inspired by the pilots of the 1920s, the aviation aura of this handsome wrist watch is unmissable. available as one model, but in three different styles/colors to suit individual taste, each pair features a trusty Citizen/Miyota Chronograph Cal OS00 movement, mineral crystal glass, suede leather straps, plus the usual chronograph functions, along with a day/date display located at 3 o’clock mark. it is one watch that would find itself at home whether you are in suit and tie, or in casual outfits. but how much would these lovely watches cost you? from just €159 and up (roughly about US$205). yes. you heard it right. it is just a little over two hundred bucks. when was the last time you see a pretty chronograph that doesn’t cost twice (or even thrice) as much? hit the jump for an equally stylish product video to admire more.

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