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How Trintec So Nearly Made The Best Automatic Aviation Watch Under $400 - Zulu-01 Co-Pilot Review

Do you desire a Sinn 566 or 857? Or perhaps a Bell and Ross BR 01-92 but you lack the budget? Well you are in luck! Today I review a watch from a brand I am certainly no stranger to. Trintec Industries from Canada have worked with the best in the aviation and aerospace world. Their most well known clients include National Geographic, The Boeing Company, United Airlines, Air Canada, DeHavilland American Airlines, Airbus, IATA, Bombardier, Lear Jet, Falcon Aviation, Cessna ICAO, FlightSafety International, Kelowna Flightcraft, Lockheed Martin, Embry-Riddle, Cathay Pacific, Air Transat, British Airways, and Virgin Atlantic. With their expertise in producing aviation timepieces and merchandising, they expanded into watches while incorporating this knowledge into their designs. In this video I take a look at the Zulu Co-Pilot 01 which is an ultra-affordable automatic pilot’s watch. This was by no means an easy review to carry out as this watch had just as many positive points as it did negative ones. Despite the drawbacks, the Zulu-01 Copilot proves one thing - Trintec are certainly a brand to watch and I will be very excited to see what they do next, as this so nearly could have been the best automatic pilot’s watch under $400. To check our more of their watches and merchandising, click here: To repair or have your watch serviced, I use Saltzmans: To view my watch collection at any time, check out: To follow the official Urban Gentry Instagram click here: To check out my Tumblr, click here: TGV's Tumblr: For the official Urban Gentry website, blog and online boutique, click here: