Inspired by the world of military watches from World War II, the line is a perfect alliance between history and design.
During 1939, the British Ministry of Defence commissioned 12 watchmakers, known as the "Dirty Dozen", to supply wristwatches to his troops fighting the war, which later became iconic timepieces of immeasurable value.
A precise reference to a time once lived and inscribed forever, D1 Milano revives a timeless product by applying the iconic modernity and essential lines of its aesthetics, with a contemporary yet vintage twist.
The Commando is developed as a functional watch, characterized by astonishing resistance and mechanics that allows one to witness unforgettable events, as their mind wanders through the passing of time.
One of the core strengths of this collection are the straps, which are available in two variations; a nylon NATO of black, khaki, and military green colourways, or one composed of natural leather in brown.
The timepieces from this collection are all encased with a 38 mm diameter case; an ode to vintage military watches, along with a screw-down case back with an engraved plaque, a sandwich dial completed by a Mineral Glass with blue anti-reflex coating, and most importantly, sandblasted hands and indexes specially finished with Old Radium Luminova.
The plating of each stainless-steel components are available in three different colours: gunmetal, khaki and silver.
This model is characterized by a water resistance of 10 ATM.