We recently had an opportunity of trying one of the series of watches just placed on the market by A. Arnold and Co., 17, Elmcroft Avenue, Golders Green, N.W.2. Since the possession of a reliable wateh is a necessity to those who take part in trials, etc., we give herewith a few particulars of this new range of timekeepers. Three are illustrated; one which has no hour or minute hands but is fitted with a fly-back action sells at 25/-. The Sportsman centre-seconds chronograph is a thirty hour watch with ordinary minute and hour hands, and a centre-seconds hand which

can be stopped and started by means of a knurled projection on the rim. ‘This watch sells at the extremely low price of 10/6. The particular watch we tested was the Split Second Chronograph, which is fitted with independent fly-back action and a 15 jewelled lever mechanism of the highest class. Stop watch minute, seconds and fifth seconds hands are provided, in addition to the ordinary hour and minute hands. We found this watch extremely useful in an acceleration test and dead accurate at the finish of the trial. With a 5 years’ guarantee it is very reasonably priced at £3 10s.

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