The timepieces worn by pilots are simply accessorised extensions of a heavy-duty aircraft dashboard. Playing the role of an instrument, a pilot’s watch is actually used for measuring how high they flown and for how long – that explains why aviation watches come a certain kind of precision. While off-duty, its bold index numbers and military grunge appeal is seen as a popular style statement. Aviation and motoring-inspired watches have always been an exciting novelty for enthusiasts of both cults. And the reason behind this, is their dependence on engineering and skill, a trait that extends towards watchmaking as well.  Today, we’ve listed six timepieces from recent watchmaking, that are crafted to excite aviation geeks, or avgeeks.