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    Digital chronometer

    This looks like a reasonably priced generic clock/chronometer if you can't afford the real thing..

    http://www.aircraftspruce.com/catalo...ronometer3.php

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    Re: Digital chronometer

    Funny you mention this, i was going to make a post on the new chronometer introduced by sismo in the last couple of months. There is a 15% reduction on the price also.

    Although a bit more expensive, it might be a good investment for some of us with extra disposable income.

    see here:

    http://www.737ngsim.com/
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    Re: Digital chronometer

    This one looks even better .

    Thanks,

    Maurice

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    Re: Digital chronometer

    No Problem, like i mentioned it is more expensive but i reckon it's worth the upgrade. I was going to post about it and you mentioned the topic so i'll just add it here.

    Also my post is for the boeing glass cockpits, ad may be of most interest to the 737 builders amoungst us. Your post will suit the GA market very well and is a good find.
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    Re: Digital chronometer

    This my friend costs 17! A fraction of the cost!

    I did consider buying from aircraft spruce at one point when going down the chrono route.

    But I decided that there had to be a cheaper route....and believe me there are many.

    This is the cheapest option in my view, may not be for jet builders, but certainly for the GA build.

    Its a great alternative if you haven't got money on your side!

    (its the white crono on top of web page as below)

    http://shop1.actinicexpress.co.uk/sh...&search=Search

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    Re: Digital chronometer

    I was considering two of these at $25 a pop.

    http://www.sportys.com/acb/showdetl....ID=9862&DID=19

    Made for pilots by Sportys
    Not the usual shape but integrates quite well with the screens


    The Davtron is certainly the best Bang for the buck.
    The one found by Alex should be great once painted grey.
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    Re: Digital chronometer

    The SISMO clock looks good. And it's nice that it doesn't need an additional IOcard or so. But what do we know about SISMO, their quality and their support?? Anyone having experience with them?
    I confess, never heard from them (though the appear on this forum).

    JWS
    Last edited by JWS; 06-17-2009 at 04:29 PM. Reason: added last remark

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