Precision, innovation and non-conformity are the foundations on which Waltham watches was established. For 160 years, Waltham watches have adorned the wrists of adventurers and ground-breaking entrepreneurs. Lindbergh crossed the Atlantic with a Waltham. Peary had a Waltham when he conquered the North Pole, and Shackleton when reached the South Pole. David Scott wore a Waltham when he landed on the moon with the Apollo 15 mission and many less known heroes of the Allied Armed Forces, has been accompanied by Waltham in their epic endeavors at sea, on land and in the air.
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