This collector's timepiece, limited to 500 watches, is offered in 3 colourways and includes a limited-edition keyring (in the pre-sale offering only) incorporating an actual piece cut from the Caribou (DC-4) aircraft #208.
The Airfield watch was designed in collaboration with the Australian Air Force, taking inspiration from the official issue RAAF Pilot watches from the 1940s and 1950s, previously commissioned by Jaeger LeCoultre and IWC. The trusted Caribou is embossed on the case back of this designer automatic watch.
DELIVERY END OF MARCH 2021
500 LIMITED EDITION
Limited stock available
ENGRAVED NUMBER RESERVATION
Reserve your preferred number upon order (subject to availability)
EXCLUSIVE KEY RING
The limited-edition key ring incorporates a piece cut from the Caribou (DC-4) aircraft #208, the rugged and dependable transport airplane used for many decades by RAAF.
BLACK – the black dial and beige vintage inspired accents are complimented by a matching black band
BEIGE – The vintage inspired beige dial with black accents is complimented by a beige band
BLUE – The Air Force inspired blue dial features vintage beige accents and a matching blue band
BUILT TO LAST
The unisex designed watch case is made of surgical grade 316L stainless steel.
The Sapphire crystal face can't be scratched or broken.
CLEAR DIAL DESIGN
The clean look of the dial with "syringe" hands makes it easy to quickly read the time. The hands have super-luminova to glow when its dark. The Centenary logo makes it exclusive and unique. The second-hand reflects shape of the Caribou as a counter-weight.
HISTORIC CASE BACK
The watch back has been embossed with the outline of the Caribou Aircraft. Features the Broad Arrow next to the limited-edition number. Each watch is individually numbered.
AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE CROWN
The Australian Air Force roundel is inserted in the crown at 4H under a crystal.
We have strategically designed the crown at 4H position to make it easy and versatile for active men and women. This way we avoid any restriction of movement on the wrist when a crown is placed at traditionally at 3H.LE