Stauer Flyboy 1916 Watch

Stauer Flyboy 1916 Watch

November 11 is Armistice Day, celebrating the end of World War I. It is also known as Remembrance Day, and in America, this date is now celebrated as Veterans Day, where all military veterans are honored. This makes today an ideal day to introduce the new Stauer Flyboy 1916 Watch, which is designed to pay tribute to early aviator’s timepieces used by American, British, and French pilots during WWI.

This Stauer Flyboy 1916 Watch features a genuine leather band, chronograph, three tachymeters, moveable bezel, goldtone markers and hands, water resistance to 10 ATM, and a Cabachon crown. It is a limited edition of only 1,916 pieces, so don’t wait for it to sell out.

Stauer Flyboy 1916 Watch

Our designers felt compelled to pay tribute to these pioneering pilots with an updated version of an early cockpit classic. To honor these adventurers of New Haven, we went back to our own history books and studied the early aviator’s timepieces. The Stauer Flyboy 1916 is fused in rose gold and has three tachymeters and a moveable bezel to measure speed and ascent. The chronograph function allows you to measure elapsed time and stop on a dime. The interior complications measure elapsed minutes and hours as well as display a military 24-hour clock.

Stauer Flyboy 1916 Leather Watch

Stauer Flyboy 1916 Watch

  • Genuine Leather Band
  • Quartz Movement
  • Date Display At 4:30
  • Case Diameter 42mm – Thickness 12mm
  • Chronograph
  • Luminous Hands
  • Double Turn Bezel
  • Cabachon Crown
  • 10 ATM Water Resistant

The Stauer Flyboy 1916 Watch is available for $149 (a discount off the regular price of $195) direct from It is also available for $149 from

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