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Simplicity, Boldness and FunctionalityTorgoen was founded by an enthusiastic private pilot, Benzi Rosenski. Rosenski, also a veteran of the watch manufacturing industry, combined these two passions to create Torgoen Professional Pilot Watches. Rosenski envisioned a line of timepieces for pilots that are functional, affordable, well designed and durable. In 1998 the first Torgoen Swiss timepieces rolled off the production line. The name Torgoen is derived from Thor, the god of thunder in Nordic mythology, and Goen which is a derivative of go. The name symbolizes the boldness, functionality and simplicity of design (Thor) in time keeping devices (Goen). These principles guide the Torgoen team in the creation and updating of the line. Although the design of all Torgoen watches has functionalities useful for pilots, it is also perfect for ordinary people who appreciate tangible quality and no nonsense, yet sophisticated design. The dials have numerals, markers and indexes inspired by cockpit instruments like altimeters and speed gauges. Cockpit instruments have been a subject of ergonomic studies that go back to World War II. This is part of the functionality and boldness that guides Torgoen.E6B Flight Computer Useful also in the supermarketIn many of its models, Torgoen uses an E6B Flight Computer based on the original design by the US army during World War II. The name was simply the Catalog part number of the device. It allows the pilot to easily solve problems of speed, distance and time. By knowing two of these variables, one can deduct the third with ease. This is based on a regular slide rule which was used by some of us that attended high school before the introduction of pocket calculators. It enables the user to perform any multiplication and division calculations. It is especially good while performing conversions of units and even exchange rate calculations. The watches come with a booklet in three languages with clear instructions of how to use the E6B an
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Offering an oversized modern styling, the Torgoen T7 men's watch combines dual time zone tracking with a pilot's computer/slide rule. Featuring one of the most advanced timing movements made by famed manufacturer Ronda of Switzerland, the T7 includes a black subdial at the bottom (with two-handed movement and Arabic numeral display) that enables monitoring of a second time zone. It also includes an integrated slide rule on the rotating bezel for quick calculations ranging from flight fuel consumption to currency conversion. Featuring a high-grade stainless steel watch case and sporty gray polyurethane strap, this T7 (model T70505S05) has a yellow dial face, large luminous hands, a mix of thick luminous hour markers and Arabic numerals at the quarter hours, and a date window at 12 o'clock. The squarish watch case features gray plating accents along the sides and a round, raised bezel with engraved Arabic numeral 5-minute marks. Other features include a scratch-resistant mineral crystal and water resistance to 100 meters (330 feet)--offering protection from accidental splashes as well suitable for swimming, snorkeling, and light recreational diving. It comes with a detailed instruction booklet on operating the flight computer features. Using this watch's flight computer/slide rule feature, you can easily make a variety of calculations including currency conversion. Using a Flight Computer Watch This Torgoen watch can be used as a regular circular slide rule or a flight computer. It uses the calculation abilities of a slide rule to calculate time, speed and distance, and fuel consumption, as well as useful conversions such as statute miles to nautical miles, metric units to English units, or US Dollars to British Pounds. Easy to use after just a little practice, you'll be able to perform some calculations more quickly than with a hand-held calculator. As an example, suppose the conversion rate for the Swiss Franc is SFR 1. 60 to $1. 00. Rotate the outer scale to match
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