This magnet is a replica of the Vintage Artificial Horizon instrument found in many aircraft between the 1940's and early 1960's. It is molded out of ABS and come complete with a scratch resistant lens.
This magnet is a replica of the Vintage Artificial Horizon instrument found in many aircraft between the 1940's and early 1960's. It is molded out of ABS and come complete with a scratch resistant lens. It is part of a large range of quality instrument replicas made in the USA.
About the manufacturer
Trintec Industries Inc. was founded in 1984 as a manufacturer of unique aviation inspired clocks, watches and advertising products. Over the years the company has expanded from being primarily aviation focused and has developed numerous products which include a large selection of precision barometers and nautical instruments.
The company holds more than two dozen United States and Canadian Patents and develops and manufactures most of its products at its Ajax, Ontario location.
Trintec also produces many products licensed by the Cessna and Lockheed aircraft companies and currently sells its products to many of the worlds largest aircraft manufacturers and aerospace companies.
Each of our aviation fridge magnets are made to simulate as closely as possible a primary flight instrument. Each magnet features the actual shape of an aircraft instrument and a dial which closely represents that of a the particular flight instrument. Our fridge magnets are molded out of ABS and come complete with a scratch resistant lens.
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