Flagship 40mm Stainless Steel VICTORY On Stainless Steel Bracelet Miyota 9015
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|Thickness||Case Thickness: 11.2 MM Lug to Lug: 46.5mm|
|Bezel||Sapphire 120 Click Unidirectional Bezel|
|Case Material||316L Stainless Steel, Scratch Resistant Coating|
|Dial||Sunburst with Applied Indices. Luminescence: C3 X1 and BGW9 Swiss Super-LumiNova|
|Strap||316L surgical stainless steel Beads Of Rice (BOR) style|
|Crystal||Box Sapphire with Inner Anti-reflective Coating|
|Caseback||Closed, Screwed Down|
|Movement||Movement: Japanese Miyota 9015 / Automatic 28,800vph|
|Function||Hours, minutes, seconds, date|
|Water Resistance||Water Resistance: 200m|
Axios Watches is proud to present the second act, the Flagship - A renaissance of the vintage dive watch.
A truly excellent watch tells a story, and the story of the Flagship finds its spirit in the man of Horatio Nelson, Vice Admiral of the British Royal Navy. As a commander, Lord Nelson was a brilliant naval strategist and best known for his decisive role in the Battle of Trafalgar in October of 1805.
Etched onto the caseback of each Flagship is the HMS Victory, the last flagship of Lord Nelson as he sailed into battle against Napoleon's larger naval force. Upon suggestion that another ship should lead the line into battle, Lord Nelson refused. And when asked to cover the stars on his uniform to hide his rank, he said "In honour I gained them, in honour I will die with them."
Lord Nelson's fleet won that battle in a decisive victory, but he would perish in that fight. As he laid dying below deck from his wounds, his last words were "Thank God I have done my duty...God and country."
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