BRISTOL BULLDOG

The Bristol Bulldog introduced into service in 1929 became one of the famous aircrafts used by British Royal Air Force during inter-war period. The RAF triggered the development of this aircraft to fill the gap of a single-seat day and night fighter. However, with superb aerobatic qualities, strength of construction and, excellent performance, the Bristol Bulldog went far beyond that and became one of favorite fighters in nine other countries. Like aircraft, the Bristol Bulldog from AVIATOR comes as a new edition arising from an earlier phenomenal launch of Bristol F2B model.

BRISTOL BULLDOG

The major differences between these two first class timepieces come in the displacement of the small second counter from six to nine o’clock position and in the modification of second hand to the form of propeller reminding about the heritage of early aircrafts. In addition, newly introduced anthracite shades to the dial variations combined with instrumental look of numerals and date display window reminiscent to altimeter make this model even more appealing to watch lover keeping its aviation spirit. The Bristol Bulldog inherits the shape of casing from its predecessor, Bristol F2B, which demonstrates the roots of pocket-style watches by keeping enormous visual field and unusual lugs with unique way of strap attachment typical to early wristwatches. Powered by the great Swiss automatic movement the watch combines the pinnacle of watchmaking craft with the unique heritage of aviation.