. A style aviation enthusiasts, history buffs and timepiece collectors will appreciate, this Bremont watch celebrates Mr Howard Hughes’ legendary 1940s ‘flying boat’, the ‘H-4 Hercules’ (famously known as the ‘Spruce Goose’). While noteworthy, it was never actually flown during wartime and instead ended up at Oregon’s Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum, a portion of the proceeds from this purchase will support its maintenance there. It’s been handmade in a limited run of 300 from polished stainless steel and has a sub-seconds dial, date window and 24-hour hand to track multiple time zones. The precise BWC/02 automatic movement is visible through the sapphire crystal glass case back and has a propeller-shaped rotor made of birchwood from the original aircraft. Swap out the vintage light-brown leather strap for the grey NATO webbing one on casual days. We offer a two-year warranty for all working parts and manufacturing faults for luxury watches. Call our Customer Care team for more information.