A unified symbol of conquest, freedom and automotive engineering.
Omaha Beach. June 6th, 1944. Powerfully evocative, the Battlefield D-Day parachutes into the heart of the most spectular of D-Day Landings, code name “Operation Overlord.” It celebrates the WWII all-terrain vehicle, a symbol of tenacity, durability and ingenuity.
The case contains a spare Nato strap.
– 43 mm, Gunmetal PVD and 316L steel casing, brushed finish – Sand-khaki dial – Khaki leather strap with steel butterfly clasp – Self-winding mechanical movement, 37 hours power reserve – Complications: Retrograde minutes, jumping Hour, Power Reserve – Patented proprietary 124-pieces module on ETA 2824-2 caliber – Anti-reflective sapphire crystal – Opened case-back at 240 degree, screw-down crown, Water-resistant 5ATM – Quick release spring bars for easy changing of strap – Additional NATO strap provided