EIGHT DAYS A WEEK —THE EIGHT-DAY ROYAL NAVY

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The Eight-Day Royal Navy combines the precise chronometer features first created by Arnold & Son for maritime navigation in the 1700s with a high-performance movement and a power-reserve display at 12 o’clock; the small seconds are at six. 

Arnold & Son watchmakers and designers were determined to create a new in-house movement featuring an eight-day power reserve together with a digital date display. This top-flight movement features an unusually open design and meticulous finishing. 

The Eight-Day Royal Navy watch measures 43mm in diameter. It has a classically elegant stainless-steel case at just 10.7mm high. The timepiece’s satin-finished inserts in the horns can be dismantled during servicing, if necessary. The Eight-Day Royal Navy naturally features an anti-reflective sapphire crystal and case back to view the sophisticated details.

The watch is available in three different colors: silver grey, black anthracite or a shade of royal blue. 

For more information, please visit www.arnoldandson.com.

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