GasGasBones Upkeep

Named and designed after the bouncing bombs that were utilized by the RAF in the 40s during WW2, the "Upkeep" is the latest military-inspired watch design from UK-based GasGasBones. The 6B Upkeep features a 38mm case that houses a manually-wound ETA 2801-2 movement with 50-hour power reserve. The watch will also come inside a case shaped like the Barnes Wallis bouncing bomb, which has been reimagined in CNC-machined billet aluminum on a stainless steel stand. 


£495 (approx. $678), gasgasbones.com

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