Spirit of St. Louis Watch, White Chocolate

A watch that's decades in the making.

The Spirit of St. Louis was the first plane to fly nonstop from New York to Paris. Flown by man's man Charles Lindbergh in 1927, the vehicle was a single-seat monoplane designed for one purpose. This handsome watch is not only named after the sleek aircraft, it's inspired by the era in which the plane was born.

The Spirit of St. Louis Watch, by the watch-makers at Armogan, is a modern throwback from the days of big planes and even bigger personalities. It features a ready-for-anything stainless steel case, a soft leather strap, and pristine Citizen Miyota chronographic movement. The watch's slim-case design features sharply detailed dials, and packs a branded crown to finish off the slick detailing of a fine timepiece.

  • Japanese quartz movement
  • Crystal: Doomed minderal
  • Stainless steel case
  • Leather strap
  • Case: 44mm
  • Day/date window
  • Chronograph minute/second/hour dials
  • Water resistant
  • Silver oxide battery
  • Battery life: Approx. five years
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