HAND WOUND BLACK-OUT SECTOR WATCH

Special Edition A.R.P (Air Raid Precaution) blackout watch cases have been vapour-coated with a hard matt black surface. During World War II, British towns and cities were subject to a ‘dim-out’, where no light brighter than moonlight was permitted, or full black-outs, during air raids, where no light at all was allowed, and windows were fully shuttered. Military equipment was blackened to prevent reflections being spotted by enemy aircraft. The Sector dial is inspired by 1930s wristwatch dials, divided into distinct areas, radiating from the centre. The egg yolk painted hour hashes are pointed to resemble torpedoes closing on a target, and the GS/TP handwinder icon, indicating that this watch houses a Japanese-made Miyota 17 jewel manual movement, appears across the inner sector. All black-out watches are fitted on a black nylon NATO strap, with vapour coated steel hardware, and presented in a special edition dark map box.

  • Black PVD vapour-coated 28mm Stainless steel case custom milled in Tokyo
  • Hand-wound 17 jewel gilt movement made in Japan by Miyota Inc.
  • Shock-absorber push-down engraved crown
  • Egg yolk yellow heavily painted hand and dial markers
  • Pad printed black painted brass dial
  • Pierced bombe lugs
  • Quadruple-screwed engraved bubble case back
  • Domed plexiglass acrylic crystal
  • ‘G’ logo engraving in centre of crystal
  • Polished steel pencil hands
  • Sweep centre seconds
  • Supplied on an 18mm military grade nylon NATO strap with black vapour-coated hardware
  • Removable spring bars allow strap to be changed
  • 6 months limited international warranty
  • Packaged in a printed map box with protective foam insert and warranty card
  • Additional straps are available from the strap shop
£515.00 (inc VAT)
£429.17 (exc VAT)
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