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1. History and Background
With 1,500 individually numbered units produced, each Flyboy Falklands 40 Meca-Quartz Limited Edition timepiece sold will contribute to this incredible charity and support those who serve and have served in the British Armed Forces and their families.

This limited edition timepiece designed in collaboration with the Royal British Legion is inspired by, and produced to support, the men and women who served in the Falklands Conflict.

2. Dial Design & Inspiration

Impeccably balanced and legible, the dial features thick applied Arabic indexes with Swiss lume, framed by a concave metallic chapter ring. Stamped at the 6 o'clock position are the coordinates of the Falkland Islands, to remember those who served 40 years ago. Completing the dial is the iconic Royal British Legion two petal poppy on the seconds hand.

Unique details to remember the brave

3. Case Design & Finishing

Measuring 40mm, a contemporary case with a serrated unidirectional bezel and aluminium ring insert offers a modern alternative to the traditional pilot's watch. A sophisticated double domed hardened mineral glass with anti-reflective coating offers a clear view into the dial. Topping the crown is a vibrant red two petal poppy enclosed in epoxy.

A contemporary pilot's watch case

4. Movement

The Falklands 40 edition is powered by a high-precision Japanese meca-quartz movement featuring an elegant, sweeping seconds hand commonly found in high-end automatic timepieces.

Precision meca-quartz timekeeping

5. Strap

Attaching the watch to the wrist is a vintage inspired premium handstitched genuine leather strap with side stitching.

A vintage inspired premium leather strap

6. Limited Edition

AVI-8 is proud to continue its partnership with the Royal British Legion with the release of the Flyboy Royal British Legion Falklands 40 Meca-Quartz Limited Edition, designed and produced as a tribute to the brave and courageous men and women who served during the Falklands Conflict 40 years ago.