A true Collector's edition timepiece. Pre-order one of 500 limited edition watches featuring a genuine piece of aircraft number A21-01, cut from the first F/A-18A Hornet fighter jet made and flown in Australia.
The Aviator watch looks to the future and takes inspiration from the cornerstone of the RAAF centenary celebrations; Now, Then, Always. Designed by Bausele Founder, Christo Hoppe, in collaboration with the Air Force Centenary team, the watch is a Swiss made automatic loaded with many unique and high-end features, making it a true collectors watch.
PRE-ORDER OFFER - DELIVERY END OF MARCH 2021
GENUINE AIRCRAFT PIECE
A piece cut directly from the first F/A-18A Hornet fighter jet flown in Australia is preserved behind unbreakable glass on the back case. This feature will only be available in pre-sale.
500 LIMITED EDITION
Limited stock available, priority to Air Force staff
ENGRAVED NUMBER RESERVATION
Reserve your preferred number upon order (subject to availability)
WHITE – the white face is visible at night through a glow in the dark feature, and comes with a contrasting black band
BLACK - the stylish black dial features white hands and numerals that glow in the dark for night- time visibility, and it is matched with a black band.
BLUE – the blue dial comes with a matching blue band and is inspired by the colour Air Force colour blue
MADE TO LAST
This watch design was first launched by Bausele in 2011 and has been perfected and tested to the highest standard over almost a decade. Constructed from surgical grade 316L stainless steel with gun metal IP (blue and black versions). Features a Sapphire crystal face that cannot be scratched or broken.
CLEAR DIAL DESIGN
The clean look of the dial with large hands makes it very easy to read. The RAAF Centenary logo creates a unique collector’s edition keepsake. The second hand has been designed in the shape of a F/A-18 Hornet.
HISTORIC CASE BACK
The watch back includes a piece cut directly from aircraft number A21-01, the first F/A-18A Hornet fighter jet made and flown in Australia
It features Broad Arrow next to the limited-edition number. Each watch is individually numbered.