Our pioneer SKY collection is named the 1914 Auto Flyer with tribute to the autopilot first demonstrated by Lawrence Sperry in 1914. An autopilot is used to control the trajectory of an aircraft without constant 'hands-on' by a pilot and is now commonly found in both military and civilian planes. The term ‘Flyer’ is with reference to a pilot like Lawrence Sperry who was carefree and dared to push the boundaries of exploration in his time.



As time is crucial during take offs and landing, time reference to GMT or UTC is  commonly used by pilots. Hence pilots always require a multi-zone watch. TWELF-X 1914 Auto Flyer watch series feature a three time zone. The second time zone is indicated on the external rotating bezel with a 120 click unidirectional bezel. The inner rotating acts as a third time zone indicator to keep track of time for the truly globalized adventurer. The watch is water resistance to 200 meters or 656 feet and is suitable for adventures in the SKY.