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Duke Hawker

    • The Duke Hawker is one of three models in our aviation themed Duke Collection, named after an acclaimed early Australian aviator. With its striking black textured dial, customised butterfly clasp and the popular Swiss ETA 2824-2 automatic movement at its heart, the Duke Hawker sets a new level of refinement and precision finishing.

      The Duke Hawker features BGW9 lume on the hour, minute and seconds hand and on the hour markers on the dial ring, a customised rotor on the exhibition caseback and a double domed scratch resistant sapphire crystal.

      Each timepiece has been individually hand assembled and is presented in a luxury wooden presentation box with a Certificate of Authenticity, booklet and microfibre cloth.

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      • COLLECTION: DUKE COLLECTION
      • MODEL: Duke Hawker
      • ORIGIN: Swiss Made
      • MOVEMENT: Swiss ETA 2824-2 movement with date complication
      • POWER RESERVE: More than 40 hours (manufacturer’s specifications)
      • CASE: 316L Stainless Steel (surgical grade)
      • CASE DIAMETER: 39mm (33.5mm dial opening)
      • CASE THICKNESS: 11mm (excluding double domed sapphire crystal)
      • CASE COLOUR: Stainless Steel
      • CASE BACK: Exhibition 
      • LUG WIDTH: 20mm
      • LUG TO LUG LENGTH: 44mm
      • CRYSTAL: Double Domed Sapphire Crystal with AR coating underneath
      • DIAL: Black with sunray effect with BGW9 lume on the dial ring hour markers
      • HANDS: Dauphine Hands with BGW9 lume
      • BAND: 316L Stainless Steel Jubilee Bracelet
      • BUCKLE: 316L Stainless Steel with Customised 'ERROYL Logo' Buckle
      • WATER RESISTANCE: 10ATM (100m)
      • WEIGHT: 133 grams
      • PACKAGING: Luxury Wooden Presentation Box
      • WARRANTY: Two Year International Manufacturer's Warranty

    • The Duke Collection: Setting the Time

      The Duke Collection movement is the Swiss ETA 2824-2 automatic and hand wound movement. It features a date complication with a date window at the six o'clock marker.

      The crown provides three options for hand winding the movement, setting the date and adjusting the time.


      A - Winding the mainspring
      The watch can be manually wound by winding the crown clockwise while in the “A” position.
      Wind your watch 15-20 times until the second hand starts to sweep naturally.

      B - Adjusting the date

      To set the date wind the crown clockwise while in the “B” position.

      C - Adjusting the time

      While in the “C” position the crown can be wound clockwise or anti-clockwise to adjust the time.

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