An original Haveston product design, the Service Dial Coaster series features a selection of the most iconic vintage military watch dial designs, revered by collectors for their history, aesthetic and service.
Constructed from detailed heat-resistant silicone, each 4mm-thick, 90mm-diameter coaster closely conveys the character of its namesake design, and serves perfectly as a soft landing for your timepiece or beverage.
Set A includes the following dials:
GG-W-113 / MIL-W-46374 - 1967
Issued during the Vietnam war, the GG-W-113 was one of the US government's longest-running specifications. It was equipped with highly legible 12-hour outer and 24-hour inner positions, tritium luminous markers and a 15-jewel hacking movement.
California - 1934
Featuring a unique half-Roman and half-Arabic numeral design, the California dial provides quick and decipherable legibility and can be found in several iconic dive watches from the early 1930s. Examples are often applied with radium luminous paint.
A-11 / FSSC 88-W-800 - 1942
Known to many as the “watch that won the war”, the hacking A-11 was issued in large numbers during WWII to branches including the USAAF and RAF. Although the majority were non-lumed, select numbers had radium luminous pips applied for naval and other roles.
04-A: Flieger B-Uhr Type-B - 1938
The B-Uren was the development of leading German and Swiss watchmakers of the 1930s, and is best known for its role as an Axis aviation navigational aid. With a formidable 55mm case width, it featured a unique inner hour sector and outer minutes positions and was radium-lumed.