It's finally here. As we support the RBL for a third year, we've created the Flyboy Royal British Legion Tri-Service Chronograph Limited Edition that commemorates and celebrates the three branches of the British Armed Forces: the Royal Navy, the British Army and the Royal Air Force.

Limited to just 500 pieces, each timepiece sold will contribute to the important work of the RBL to support active members of the British Armed Forces, veterans and their families.Secure yours now while stocks last.

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"If you’re in search of a new timepiece that’s bristling with personality (and a slightly less prohibitive price tag), you could do a whole lot worse than AVI-8’s new Flyboy Royal British Legion Tri-Service Chronograph."


While paying tribute to those who have served and sacrificed on our behalf, the RBL Tri-Service Limited Edition operates as a high-performance and durable military-ready timepiece, incorporating all the necessary build and engineering for use in any field of combat.

Powered by a precise TMI VK series Meca-quartz chronograph movement, the choice of movement is of particular interest given the UK’s Ministry of Defence issue of a watch from Seiko to its military forces in the 1980s to update previous watch selections from British or Swiss watch companies, making it the first quartz chronograph movement delivered as a bonafide piece of military equipment.


A stainless steel case measuring 42mm in diameter is equipped with tidy piston-like chronograph pushers, while a hardened mineral lens delivers clear-cut visibility to the dial and hands. Topping the crown is the Royal British Legion’s red two-petal poppy enclosed in epoxy.

Not forgetting this timepiece's inspiration, the night view of the watch sees the dial face come alive with a luminous field of poppies, adding an important and visually compelling reminder of those who have sacrificed and served.


“We are delighted that AVI-8 is launching another bespoke military-inspired timepiece for the Royal British Legion. Since our partnership first launched in May 2021, AVI-8 has raised over £50,000 for the charity, for which we are very grateful. The RBL provides a lifeline for serving personnel, veterans, and their families, supporting them in the face of hardships, injuries, and bereavement. The money raised from the sale of the AVI-8 Flyboy will help the charity continue this vital work supporting the Armed Forces community throughout their lives.”

£15 from the sale of this product will be paid to Royal British Legion Trading Limited (Company no. 4783730 registered in England and Wales) which gives its taxable profits to The Royal British Legion (Charity no. 219279) and Poppyscotland (Scottish Charity No. SC014096), according to where sales are made.