Details:GS/TP (General Service Time Piece) wristwatches are designed in England by William Kroll, of Tender Co., and take inspiration from the British military and ordnance instruments of the first half of the 20th Century. They are produced in a small factory in Tokyo, housing movements made in Japan by Miyota and Seiko-Epson. The hand-wound Flyer’s watch houses a Japanese-made Miyota 17 jewel manual movement, and is inspired by utilitarian pilot’s watches of the 1940s. The yolk-yellow painted markers at 3,6, and 9 allow for quick timekeeping, while the triangle and two dots at 12 provides easy orientation, even at strange angles. The inner track with pips at 05 to 55 gives precise measurements from the minutes baton hand and the centre sweeping seconds. The Flyer’s watch is the most minimal design in the GS/TP collection, and wears very differently with the military black or ordnance cream dials. The beveled cushion case with pierced and twisted bombe lugs, and the engraved frog back also refer to early aeronautical instrument watches!