The latest Swiss luxury watch called “Aviator,” has created the latest buzz in the market. Designed and developed by Yeslam Bin Ladin, half-brother of Osama Bin Ladin, this one is the first ever watch to enable pilots monitor their accurate airspeed when electronic mechanism stops functioning. Being pilot by profession, the face and dial of this timepiece is imprinted with fan blades and will surely prove to be a blessing for pilots. Agreed, planes these days come with built-in flight computer that keeps the track of airspeed, but at the same time a fact cannot be denied that electronic breakdowns also happen frequently and Yeslam makes this statement confidently as he has logged more than 3,500 hours of flight time. The watch also enables to guesstimate a flight’s interval before take-off.
Yeslam is running a luxury goods store in Geneva for past four years and also deals into perfume and handbags. The Aviator is anticipated to hit the market in coming months at a retail price of $9,472-$24,430, depending upon the steel version or white or rose gold edition.