Another watch from Micromilspec. I love the fact they design and manufacturer bespoke military watch faces. The name kind of hints at what they do.
Micromilspec is a Norwegian watch maker that make watches for the military, first responders etc. They design and manufacture individual designs, which is unheard of these days. Do yourself a favor and check out there web site, it is something else. I have never seen another watch site like it, just do a search for Micromilspec.
This particular model was designed for the Royal Norweigan Air Force 333 Squadron. THE SAINT is part functional tool, part homage to the history and current role of the squadron.
Dial featuring the 333 Squadron heraldic badge and luminous “The Saint” insignia. Luminous hands inspired by instruments in the P-3 Orion. Numerals executed in the same style as seen on the fuselage.
Bidirectional rotating “Zulu time” bezel. Numerals executed in a style as seen on the P-8 Poseidon. The Caseback adorned with the names of every aircraft type used by 333 Squadron.
Not drawn entirely from scratch in GIMP and assembled and coded in WatchMaker.
MICROMILSPEC / THE SAINT / 333 SQUADRON
Double Tap 6 to Unlock Tap Functions / Single Tap to Lock tap functions.
Centre to Zoom. (Multi)
3 to adjust Brightness.
9 to toggle Dim – Auto / On / Off.
12 to rotate Bezel.
Between 1 & 2 to view Caseback.
Second Hand Battery Reserve in Dim.