The gold PVD plated limited edition MK II watch maintains special commemorative features such as; the 11th day of the month is respectfully coloured red on the date wheel and the 11th hour is signified by double applied baton hour markers at 11 O’clock. These subtle details honor all those who bravely sacrificed themselves to secure and protect our freedom. There are just 1000 individually numbered models available.
Each Limited Edition model is engraved with a field of poppies on the reverse of the watch, representing a lasting symbol of remembrance to the fallen. Each watch is also individually numbered from 1 to 1000.
“We are delighted to continue our partnership with the Royal British Legion”
Fast forward to 2019, and the Limited Edition MK II watch is a reflection of the time we all should take to commemorate the service and sacrifice that many friends, allies and Commonwealth nations who stood together 75 years ago.
Rotary will donate £13.25 (excl VAT) from each watch sale to the Royal British Legion – supporting the great work that the charity does: providing care and support to all members of the British Armed Forces, past and present.
“We are delighted to continue our partnership with the Royal British Legion and are confident our donations will support their unstinting and valuable work for the services community” says Peter McKenna, CEO Rotary Watches.