Inspired by a Junghans clock taken from the cockpit of a WW2-era fighter plane, Christopher Ward’s C9 Me 109 Chronograph is a fine timekeeping piece that doesn’t come with the usual high price tag.

The monopusher chronograph is powered by a hand-wound calibre JJ02 movement that enables a seconds sub-dial and a 30-minute totaliser to be operated through a single pusher in the crown. This expertly-engineered movement sports black PVD coated bridges and chamfered edges which can be admired through a “museum-grade” reverse sapphire crystal. The 43mm-sized face of the watch is also covered in crystal with AR coating revealing a bi-compax layout dial with a running seconds counter at 9:00 and 30-min chrono counter at 3:00.

Sporting Super-LumiNova hands and markers that rock a patinated lume in daylight, this solid watch is available as a limited run of 100 units only.

Buy From Christopher Ward $4,385