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One look at any of the watches in the REC RJM collection is all it takes to know you’re investing in a quality, stylish timepiece. It gets better. Each one of the watches in this collection is made with metal from an original WWII Spitfire. And not just any Spitfire, Spitfire serial number PT879 that was produced in the summer of 1944 and crashed on the Russian tundra in 1945. Now in the hands of accomplished pilot and classic warbirds restoration expert Peter Teichman, PT879 is being restored to its former glory piece-by-piece. Those pieces that can’t be restored? They’re directly incorporated into each watch in the RJM collection. You’ll be wearing a piece of world history that also happens to be a gorgeous watch.

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