Mach 2 Watch

This limited issue of 202 individually numbered watches has been developed to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first flight by Concorde in 1969



The Original Mach Meter


Concorde Mach Meter

Design for our Mach 2 Watch


The Mach 2 Concorde Watch, by Carrington Smith, represents the Mach Meter from the prototype and pre-production aircraft.  It is our faithful representation.  To properly link the Mach 2 Concorde Watch to the Concorde prototype project, the Fwd and Aft centre of gravity markers have been crafted from a component certified to have been used on the prototype aircraft.  Each piece has been carefully painted and precision applied to the watch dial.  We hope the watch will deliver a unique experience, arriving with an array of straps, in its own period-style leather flight case, with a specially curated and personalised book, a travel case, Bergeon tool, Mach 2 watch winder, and a usb card with all the instructions and guarantees.


Technical Specifications


The Movement

Automatic winding Swiss-made 25 jewelled movement from ETA, fitted with our orange date ring to emulate the centre of gravity window

The Case

Hand crafted and finished, water resistant brushed stainless steel, sapphire crystal front.  The rear glass shows the equation for calculating the Mach Number and the number of the watch.  The crown is engraved

  • Traditional rivetted aviation strap with Mach 2 deployment clasp
  • Pittards brown and black leather straps each with contrast detail, made by a traditional craftsman in Somerset, with Mach 2 butterfly clasp or buckle
  • Brushed steel milanese bracelet, with Mach 2 security clasp
  • Other strap options are available, please ask for details
The Dial

Precision machined and finished, by the premier aircraft dial makers in Britain, incorporating the detail of the original dial, recessed Mach speed window, printed screws etc.  It is lumed at the 12 o’clock position

The Hands

Bespoke hands, lumed on the hour and minute hand.  We felt the second hand a necessary component of the watch, but wanted to minimise its impact as there was no equivalent on the Mach Meter.  So we created a hand of perfect balance, evocative of an artificial horizon, that is barely visible


For more details on the Mach 2 Watch experience please visit the shop page or ask us for more information or a viewing