Case: 40 mm, Stainless steel, 316L, inner rotating bezel
– Sellita SW200-1
– Manufacture La Joux-Perret G100
Lume: C1 Swiss Super LumiNova lume
Crystal: Sapphire (both case and caseback), double glareproofed coating
Water resistant: 10 atm / 100 meters / 328 feet
Between lugs: 20 mm
The Air Wolf Viggen Swiss Automatic is the new development of the Air Wolf collection. Besides a new polished and satin brushed finish, the Air Wolf Viggen has been further developed with two Swiss automatic movements by Sellita and La Joux-Perret. Choose the movement that best meets your needs.
Freq./h 28.800 (4Hz)
38h power reserve
Manufactrue La Joux-Perret G100
Freq./h 28.800 (4Hz)
68h power reserve
THE AIR WOLF VIGGEN EXPLAINED
The purpose of the Air Wolf is to offer a durable tool watch for aviation technicians and mechanics. The collection combines inspiration from traditional pilot watches with a modern expression inspired by Swedish aircrafts. The bezel, dial and hands have several details from the cockpit watch and other gauges found in the 37 Viggen. The surface of the aluminium barrel is also found on different grip-surfaces in the cockpit.
The Air Wolf Viggen Swiss Automatic is the latest addition to the Air Wolf collection, boasting two new Swiss Automatic Movements: Sellita SW200-1 and Manufacture La Joux-Perret (MLJP) G100.
Drawing inspiration from Sweden’s rich aviation history, The Viggen offers the wearer an easy-to-read dial in a classic cockpit design, with a black background, white numerals, and large hands.
The hands and numerals are applied with Swiss Super-LumiNova C1 lume that are white in daylight and glow green in the dark. The dial and the visible movement are protected by scratch-resistant sapphire. The inner rotating bezel is adjusted with the crown positioned at 2 o’clock and rotates both ways.
The Air Wolf Viggen feature two different, selectable Swiss automatic movement. Both options will be visable through the sapphire caseback.
When the spring is fully wound the watch has a so-called power reserve of 38 hours (SW200-1) or 68 hours (G100). The spring can be wound manually using the crown at 4 o’clock position.
When using your MALM watch, the watch will be exposed to different types of stresses and strains. Like many other advanced watches and gauges, a very large number of components share a very limited amount of space and like other valuable items you should treat your MALM watch with great care. It is important that you do not expose the watch to unnecessary impacts, chemicals, solvents, hazardous gases, magnetic fields or very cold or hot environments.
The timepiece should be serviced and maintained regularly to work properly. Such services should be performed by MALM or a professional watchmaker for warranty terms to apply. We offer many service options for your watch, from repairing and replacing worn components, pressure testing, resealing, cleaning to polishing, engraving and change dials and more.
The watch comes in an exclusive, custom made wooden watch box with premium, suede interior. It both protects the watch and offers a perfect display. Inside the box you will also find:
- Strap tool
- Warranty & Certificate of Authenticity card
- Watch cloth