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Current Status
The Flight Watch Project is in stasis. We are seeking a development partner.
Thirteen Years of Perseverance
Having approached a myriad of watchmakers and being told "it's too complex", "it's too big", "it has too many buttons", it's too expensive to build a movement from scratch..., Reisman still knew it had to be built. In his vision, Flight Watch would make flying safer and save lives. And it would help people communicate around the world with its global time management system. Pilots and professionals needed this watch. It had to be built!
After the international patent cleared search, he spoke with Breitling, Suunto, Swatch, Citizen, Tag Heuer, Hublot, Bulova, Tissot and others. All of these companies make aviation designs for pilots and sport watch aficionados, but no one was interested in building a functional Flight Watch.
In March 2003, in the middle of the Mojave Desert (Joshua Tree, CA), he was talking with Bill Shuster, from JCK Magazine. Bill knew the status of the project as they had been talking on and off since 1998. Bill said, "Go to Basel".
Reisman went to the Baselworld show in Switzerland. Armed with a small band of intrepid investors, and upon meeting an angel named Ms. Monika Harito Huber, the trip turned out to be the providence the project needed to keep moving forward.