BELL & ROSS (0 comments)
The youngest brand here. Bell and Ross was formed in 1992 by a team of aircraft and space control designers.
BREITLING (0 comments)
Is there a bigger aviation
watch brand than Breitling? Breitling was started by Leon Breitling in
St-Imier, Switzerland in 1884.
BREMONT (0 comments)
Bremont was started by two British brothers, Nick and Giles English, so that they might combine the two passions that they share – aviation and timepieces.
CITIZEN (0 comments)
Citizen make it into the fold as it produces a watch for the Blue Angels, the US Navy elite display team...
FORTIS (1 comments)
Launched in 1912, the Fortis brand was started by Walter Vogt in Grenchen, Switzerland. The Fortis brand certainly pushes the space boundaries
GLYCINE (0 comments)
Established in 1914 in Bienne, Switzerland this brand's aviation credentials started in 1953 with the Airman.
HAMILTON (0 comments)
Founded in Pennsylvania in 1892, Hamilton watches are an all American affair.
IWC (0 comments)
Started by an American, Florintine Ariosto Jones, in 1868. The idea was to build watches using skilled Swiss workers for the USA market.
ORIS (0 comments)
Famous for its motor sport and marine-based watches, Swiss firm Oris has entered the aviation market with its new range of BC4 collection.
TUTIMA (0 comments)
The name Tutima is derived from the latin word 'Tutus' which means safe and protected...