Actually saw this watch thanks to TimeMachinist's Facebook. Maybe you guys already
know about them. They are the Valour Watch Company, and their watch, the Sopwith
Aviator pays tribute to the WW1 Sopwith Camel aircraft.
It has a unique case which is made up of a 54 mm stainless steel main external case.
Which has cowling, and an exhibition case back. Then a secondary case which looks
like a rotary engine, and has it's own sapphire crystal divides the dial from the outer
case, and also has a customized Soprod A10-2 automatic movement within it.
Looks like dials are a matte black metal with three dimensional print, and C1 Luminova
markers, and hands, and the date window is at 6 o'clock. While the crown is over at
8 o'clock everyone. Straps are a calfskin leather too guys.
Check it out...
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