The ideal instrument in and out of the cockpit
The HH7 features a large crown that is easy to grip and wind
The triangular index at “12 o’clock” allowed pilots to recognize the position of the hands and the time at a glance. The upright equilateral triangle has one dot on each side to make the dial easier to read
Striking luminiscent hands and numerals that stand out against the matte dark grey background. The dial is reduced to the bare essentials
Designed to fly higher and farther
Known as the aircraft that never once turned back during a mission and kept all of its crewmen alive during World War II, the Consolidated B-24J Liberator played a role in the fight for freedom as extraordinary as its nickname: Witchcraft.
Inside the cockpit
Of the more than 18,000 B-24’s built, this one restored by the Collings Foundation, stands as the world's only airworthy B-24J. Take a closer look at the aircraft and check its incredible interior by taking a virtual tour.