Coniston - Vulcan

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The Coniston Vulcan is a chimera of engineering inspiration; the body of the Coniston, with the markings of the Avro Vulcan jet.

Royal Air Force Grey alters with the light and with each movement of the wrist, switching from stormy grey to blue skies under the sapphire crystal. The striking turquoise second hand, logo and painted markers on the outer rehaut provide a pop of contrast, all tied together with polished applied indices and hands.

- 40mm diameter, 10.5mm thick
- 20mm lugs
- Polished bespoke case
- Sapphire domed crystal with anti-reflective coating
- Two-piece dial with applied batons and lume moat
- Polished lume-filled skeleton hands
- Superluminova BG-W
- Exhibition case-back with perimeter engraving
- 55g (without strap)
- 10ATM (100m) water resistance
- 1-year warranty

- Miyota 8N33 manual mechanical movement
- 21,600bph
- 17 jewels
- Manual winding
- 40+ hour power reserve
- Accuracy of -15 ~ + 25 sec/day
- Japanese Made
- Hours, minutes, sweep second, shock resistance

The Devil's IN THE DETAIL

The Coniston Vulcan is a chimera of engineering inspiration; the body of the Coniston, with the markings of the Avro Vulcan jet. Royal Air Force Grey alters with the light and with each movement of the wrist, switching from stormy grey to blue skies under the sapphire crystal. The striking turquoise second hand, logo and painted markers on the outer rehaut provide a pop of contrast, all tied together with polished applied indices and hands.

A ring of Superluminova, sunken between the outer rehaut and the central plateau, provides a welcome break from the norm; using negative space and working with the lume-tipped hands to show the passing of time after dark.

Coniston

"Courage is not being fearless" - words spoken while pushing and breaking the boundaries of physics and human endeavour, Donald Campbell was no stranger to challenges of extreme engineering and danger. The Coniston is inspired by its namesake lake, where Donald and his father Sir Malcolm Campbell set numerous water-speed records.

In 1967, Donald Campbell achieved a top speed of over 320 miles per hour on the return leg of a record-breaking attempt - he then lost control of Bluebird, which somersaulted and crashed. Campbell sadly lost his life.

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An elegant time piece that is already being talked about as a new family heirloom.

Nick P.

From the moment of opening the box right through to seeing it on his wrist, the experience could not have been better.

Richard T.

Bought for my husband. He loves it! Looks very expensive. Great attention to detail.

Angela B.

CLASSIC SIZING

The case of the Coniston measures 40mm in diameter, a comfortable size for most wrists, and features 20mm lugs - a classic sizing combination. To the peak of the domed crystal the watch has a depth of 11mm, whilst the 46.5mm lug-to-lug sizing complements the case perfectly.

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