Beachmaster

Regardless of the mission, precision timing counts.

Patent No: GB2509109

Uncivil Engineering

Never before has a a GMT movement been used in conjunction with a split timing bezel, counting down then up from mission start over a duration of 24 hours. So original is it’s functionality it has been granted a patent.


50.64533°N, 1.94765°W
BEACHMASTER: 0H0-A01-B07
BEACHMASTER: 0H0‑A01‑B07
Price
$2,479
A patented, hybrid mission timer. Initially imagined in response to a request from a Royal Marines event, then finely honed into the most capable watch we have ever put our names to. Aptly named Beachmaster due to it’s natural mission time and dual time zone link with the D-Day Landings.
50.64533°N, 1.94765°W
BEACHMASTER: 0H0-A02-B12
BEACHMASTER: 0H0‑A02‑B12
Price
$2,479
Capable of being as simple or as complex as the wearer’s requirements demand day to day, as a GMT it displays current time, plus a second time zone. The combination of the GMT movement with two independently adjustable rotating bezels, makes for a unique watch with multiple timing capabilities for mission and count down timing.

Mission Timer Countdown

Countdown to an event less than 12 hours in the future:

Align the ‘H’ on the internal rotating bezel to the time that the event starts. 

The number of hours until the event starts can be read directly off the scale on the inner bezel in conjunction with the tip of the 24-hour hand.

Illustration shows approximately nine hours until event start.

Mission Timer Count Up

To count up from an event:

Align the ‘H’ on the internal rotating bezel to the time that the event starts. 

The number of hours since the event has started can be read directly off the scale on the inner bezel in conjunction with the tip of the 24-hour hand, to a practical resolution of 30 minutes.

Illustration shows approximately two hours since event start.

The 24-hour hand can be set to local time or to a second time zone and the internal bezel aligned accordingly.

60 Minute Countdown

To countdown to an event less than 60 minutes in the future:

Align the triangle on the external rotating bezel to the minute that the event starts.

The number of minutes until the event starts can be read directly off the scale on the outer bezel in conjunction with the minutes hand.

Illustration shows T-minus 51 minutes until event start.