WBOTM 8/14 Abingdon

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WBOTM 8/14 Abingdon

Post by Ocean » Wed Aug 20, 2014 3:15 pm

My wife is wanting a pilot watch and this is what I found.

Where the Female Pilot Watch
took off...

The Abingdon Co. began during a roundtable dinner conversation between a mix of energetic women pilots and airplane mechanics. Pilot and company founder Chelsea “Abingdon" Welch listened as her colleagues repeatedly expressed their desires for a fully functional aviator’s watch that is fashionable, versatile and, most importantly, made for women. In that moment, Abingdon decided to form the first company dedicated to developing top quality, realistically priced watches to meet the needs of female pilots, mechanics, and adventurous women all over the world.

Located in sunny Redmond, Oregon, The Abingdon Co. has taken off with its unique collection of timepieces and is continuing its aim toward creating new designs catering to the traveler of today. Quality is a top requirement for any Abingdon watch as we know our customers are tough on their timepieces. Genuine leathers, Surgical-Grade stainless steel, Japanese movements and Swiss Manufacturing are standard equipment with all of our products in order to ensure reliability and strength.

Welcome to The Abingdon Co. Sit back, get comfortable, and enjoy the site. Fly with women, fly with Abingdon. Click here to Shop our Collections

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Re: WBOTM 8/14 Abingdon

Post by AJC » Wed Aug 20, 2014 4:12 pm

Looks good. Japanese movements and Swiss assembly is an interesting mix. Bracelets and white dials are my fiancee's favorite, maybe I'll show her.
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Re: WBOTM 8/14 Abingdon

Post by biglove » Wed Aug 20, 2014 6:52 pm

Will have to show to my wife and youngest daughter.
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