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founded by a group of aviation enthusiasts to provide similar
enthusiasts with watches of uncompromising quality
The world is divided into 24 time zones. For easy reference in
communications, a letter of the alphabet has been assigned to
each time zone (less the letter "I" and "O").
The "clock" at Greenwich, England is used as the standard
clock for international reference of time in communications, military,
maritime and other activities that cross time zones. The letter
designation for this clock is Z,
in the phonetic alphabet.
Zulu Time Line has 2 distinct models. One uses a turning internal
bezel to mark a different time zone (dual time) while the other
uses an additional hand completing a full circle once every 24
hours that can also denote a different time zone including Zulu
Time (i.e. GMT).
Attainment of aviation standards
comes as part of two major steps, Preparation and Production.
At Torgoen, preparation includes precision engineering, careful
attention to details of every component, and the best choice of
materials. During and after production, Torgoen watches and components
pass the most stringent quality control procedures.
the confidence that comes with using a fine instrument - a TORGOEN