The Fokker Watch
Boldly wear a watch depicting the German fighter plane that became notorious during World War One.
The Red Baron, Baron von Richthofen, flew the pioneering Fokker triplane in the summer of 1917. Already notorious as a skilled but deadly air ace and squadron leader, von Richthofen required an aircraft with enough manoeuvrability to match the then superior Sopwith Camel. With its distinctive three-wing structure, the Fokker had advanced flying qualities, which were ideal for the Baron’s own deadly brand of air combat. Immortalised in this eye-catching timepiece, the Fokker evokes a bold, devil-may-care courage combined with shrewd, tactical abilities. It is waterproof up to 5 atm and has miyota quarz chronograph movement.