Jack Mason Aviation 3H Collection Watch - Men's

Jack Mason Aviation 3H Collection Watch - Men's
Jack Mason Aviation 3H Collection Watch - Men's
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Aviation 3H Collection Watch - Men's by Jack Mason
Taking design inspiration from classic aviator watches, the Jack Mason Men's Aviation 3H Collection Watch features a 42-millimeter polished stainless steel case that's ideally situated for everyday wear. Available with either a grey nylon or Italian leather strap, the Aviation 3H Collection Watch provides a dignified look with high levels of durability and comfort. The cleanly styled face features subtle red, white, and blue markings on the second hand, which marks a subtle homage to Jack Mason's Texas roots. The crown features a Texas Lone Star for stand-out appeal, plus the screw-down case back is etched with propellers to hold true to its aviation aesthetic. Super Luminova markings and applied indices glow in the dark, so you can read this watch long after sunset.

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SKU: JCM000U
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