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Aviation

Aviation has long been a mainstay of watchmaking. This should be no surprise as the first wristwatch – the Cartier Santos – was made especially for pilot Alberto Santos Dumont in 1904. Since then, the likes of Breitling and IWC, have brought pilot-specific watches into the mainstream.
Aviation
  • C8 Power Reserve Chronometer

    Precise. Legible. Beautiful: the C8 Power Reserve Chronometer is a watch firmly rooted in the tradition of British aviation timepieces like the Smith’s Mk II A clock. But its looks are just part of the story: powered by a new complication of Calibre SH21, the watch can run for an incredible five days on just one charge.
    1 Face Option
    3 Strap Options
    44mm
    Hand Wound
  • C8 UTC Worldtimer

    Aviation is something we take for granted, thinking nothing about circling the globe in flying metal tubes and meeting colleagues for lunch on a different continent. But the new Christopher Ward C8 UTC Worldtimer reminds us of the wonder of flying: linking the design of classic military aviation with the possibilities of modern jet travel in one ingenious, and very beautiful, watch.
    2 Face Options
    4 Strap Options
    44mm
    Automatic
  • C1000 Typhoon FGR4

    Influenced by the Typhoon FGR4, this is CW’s most technically advanced aviation watch. Powered by ETA’s 7750 movement, the watch is made of a near-indestructible ceramic (seven times stronger than steel), strengthened with a titanium sub-frame. With subdials influenced by the Typhoon’s after-burners and numerals based on the plane’s heads-up display (HUD), this is a watch absolutely in tune with modern aviation.
    2 Face Options
    3 Strap Options
    42mm
    Automatic