The Błonie BH300 watch was designed as a continuation and modification of the aviation series initiated with the WX302 model. It was prepared in honour and recognition of Polish Fighter Squadron 300 – the first and largest Polish bombing unit fighting in the Royal Air Force. This limited edition includes 600 numbered pieces and is available in three colour versions.
The watch face is a close recreation of on-board equipment of the Avro Lancaster heavy bomber which was operated by Polish pilots of Fighter Squadron 300. Historians from the Polish Aviation History Foundation supervised the project, similarly to the WX302 model.
References to the altimeter and on-bard compass are visible on the dials and watch face indexes.
The watch face also features code marks of Polish Fighter Squadron 300 – BH300 as well as an arrow which is a reference to the symbols seen on watches of the Royal Air Force. The symbols are also visible on the back of the watch, where under a transparent case, you can see the rotor with a black image of the Avro Lancaster bomber.
Another aviation-related accent can also be found on the crown of the watch, where the air force checkerboard was designed.
|42-milimeter 316L stainless steel watch case.|
|Swiss-made automatic movement decorated with Geneva waves. Power reserve: 36 hours|
|Unique rotor in the shape of the Lancaster bomber, clearly visible through the glass case back.|
|24 jewels, 21,600 vph.|
|5 ATM water resistance.|
|2 years warranty.|
The watches are supplied in a classic wooden case and include two leather watch straps.