Sinn 155 Pilot Chronograph

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Sinn 155 Pilot Chronograph
© Sinn

The 155 Pilot Chronograph is a wristwatch by Sinn.

This excellent to read pilot's chronograph belongs to the range of the Bundeswehr (German military) chronographs, which started in 1967 with the legendary model Heuer Bundeswehr.

After Heuer had not continued the model, Helmut Sinn in the 1980s and 1990s bought discarded stocks of the Bundeswehr and after revision sold them again. Some of these watches he provided with dials showing the "Sinn" lettering. The model Sinn Fliegerchronograph 155 is understood as a continuation of the original Heuer model. Instead with manual winding movement it was now equipped with the proven and robust self-winding movement Valjoux 7750.

This edition was limited to 300 pieces and exclusively sold by the German dealer Manufactum.


Self-winding chronograph movement Valjoux 7750, 28,800 A/h
Hairspring Nivarox 1A
25 jewels
Power reserve 44 h


Stainless steel
Ø 43 mm, height 15.1 mm
Acrylic glass, domed
Pilot's bezel from black anodized aluminum with triangle marking
Caseback 4-fach screwed
Waterproof to 10 atm
Safe below atmospheric pressure


Mat black
Indexes and hands with long-lasting luminous paint


Hours, minutes, small seconds
Day of week, date at 3 h
Chrono: central 60 seconds counter, jumping 30 minutes counter, 12 hours counter


Black leather strap, white stitched with tang-type buckle from pearl-blasted stainless steel

Limited edition:

300 pieces


990,- EUR (2010)