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Made exclusively for the Royal Air Force Museum by Sekonda, this stylish watch is a little replica of the Sector clock. Engraved with the Museum logo on the back of the case, it features a stainless steel bracelet. Fixed bezel, battery operated. 2 years guarantee.Learn More
The functionality of the first wrist watches to be worn by pilots, is the inspiration for this watch. A necessity for easy read dials in aircraft during levels of low light is echoed in the crisp, jet black dial design of this model. This watch also boasts a day/date function at the 3h position and an outer minute tracker for a precise reading of the time. The brown leather strap with white stitching give this watch a sophisticated look and is sure to be noticed.
2 years guarantee.Learn More
The story starts over 150 years ago in August 1862, when one Henry Treacey Coxwell took a party on a balloon flight from the present-day Hendon site. In was not an auspicious start - suffering from light winds they only just reached a field near Mill Hill.
· Comprehensive history of this historic airfield
· Highlights the aviation pioneers that secured Hendon’s lasting place in aviation history
· Documents landmark events throughout Hendon’s history
· Over 140 historic photographs, many previously unseen
Made exclusively for the Royal Air Force Museum.
Percy the Penguin the lucky mascot on display at the Royal Air Force Museum, Midlands.
This A5 Notebook is perfect for your desk or home. It include white lined paper, a ribbon page finder and an elastic strap cover with pen holder loop.Learn More