The Flyboy pays tribute to Robert Stanford Tuck, one of the Royal Air Force's most famous wartime pilots. His rise from dropout to WWII flying ace typifies the spirit of the men who became known as Flyboys. This piece has a self-winding analog face, and sub-dials for a twenty-four-hour display and second hand. The face is protected by a slightly domed scratch-resistant sapphire lens, while the see-through case back gives full view to the inner-workings of what make this watch tick. Inscribed in the back are Tuck's initials, providing a daily reminder of who he was, what he stood for, and the fighting spirit of the RAF.