AIR FORCE WATCHES

Sweden has a unique aviation and warplanes history. As a rather small country, Sweden has a world-leading production of military flights that extends over 80 years back in time. With its current and historical fighter jet production based in Linköping, Sweden has become a highly regarded player at the international aircraft scene. Famous for their iconic designs and state of the art technology, Swedish fighter jet production challenges the world's largest nations in combat aircraft performance. 


 As a Linköping-based watch brand, we at MALM are very proud of our collaborations with the fighter and helicopter squadrons within the Swedish Air Force. It is an honorable task to develop new pilot watches together with our talanted fighter pilots and at the same time seize the moment to pay tribute to the Swedish military aircraft heritage. 


 For every new air force watch collection, we at MALM use all our knowledge in design and product development to craft watches that meet the highly demanding standards of military aviation. Together with each air force division we create a pilot watch design that is genuine and well-worked out with personal details that anchor the watch within the division. The watches are then crafted in materials of the highest quality with reliable movements following a long lasting warranty period. The watches are produced in limited collections and are offered exclusively to those who are eligable. 


 Do you spot a project for which you're eligible? Or are you and your organisation or military community interested in talking to MALM about the possibility of creating a unique watch? Use our contact form here or send us an email to info@malmwatches.com.    

AIR FORCE WATCHES

Sweden has a unique aviation and warplanes history. As a rather small country, Sweden has a world-leading production of military flights that extends over 80 years back in time. With its current and historical fighter jet production based in Linköping, Sweden has become a highly regarded player at the international aircraft scene. Famous for their iconic designs and state of the art technology, Swedish fighter jet production challenges the world's largest nations in combat aircraft performance. 


 As a Linköping-based watch brand, we at MALM are very proud of our collaborations with the fighter and helicopter squadrons within the Swedish Air Force. It is an honorable task to develop new pilot watches together with our talanted fighter pilots and at the same time seize the moment to pay tribute to the Swedish military aircraft heritage. 


 For every new air force watch collection, we at MALM use all our knowledge in design and product development to craft watches that meet the highly demanding standards of military aviation. Together with each air force division we create a pilot watch design that is genuine and well-worked out with personal details that anchor the watch within the division. The watches are then crafted in materials of the highest quality with reliable movements following a long lasting warranty period. The watches are produced in limited collections and are offered exclusively to those who are eligable. 


 Do you spot a project for which you're eligible? Or are you and your organisation or military community interested in talking to MALM with the possibility of creating a unique watch? Use our contact form here or send us an email to info@malmwatches.com.    

AIR FORCE WATCHES

Sweden has a unique aviation and warplanes history. As a rather small country, Sweden has a world-leading production of military flights that extends over 80 years back in time. With its current and historical fighter jet production based in Linköping, Sweden has become a highly regarded player at the international aircraft scene. Famous for their iconic designs and state of the art technology, Swedish fighter jet production challenges the world's largest nations in combat aircraft performance.


As a Linköping-based watch brand, we at MALM are very proud of our collaborations with the fighter and helicopter squadrons within the Swedish Air Force. It is an honorable task to develop new pilot watches together with our talanted fighter pilots and at the same time seize the moment to pay tribute to the Swedish military aircraft heritage. 


For every new air force watch collection, we at MALM use all our knowledge in design and product development to craft watches that meet the highly demanding standards of military aviation. Together with each air force division we create a pilot watch design that is genuine and well-worked out with personal details that anchor the watch within the division. The watches are then crafted in materials of the highest quality with reliable movements following a long lasting warranty period. The watches are produced in limited collections and are offered exclusively to those who are eligable. 


Do you spot a project for which you're eligible? Or are you and your organisation or military community interested in talking to MALM with the possibility of creating a unique watch? Use our contact form here or send us an email to info@malmwatches.com.



DALTON 212

212th FIGHTER SQUADRON

DALTON 212

The limited edition pilot watch belonging to the 212th fighter squadron Dalton, is the first of all air force watches that was designed and manufactured by MALM. The Dalton squadrons logo illustrates the different Swedish fighter jets that has been used in the squadron through out the years. This logo has influenced the complete design and character of the watch. Especially the JAS 39 Gripen, JA 37 Viggen and J 35 Draken are being represented in the watch dial, index, numbers, colors and hands. With inspiration gathered from each aircraft's cockpit it was necessary to develop a chronograph with three subdials that captured the different gauges and indicators. Also lines and appearances from the body of JAS 39 Gripen are represented in the watch lugs and crown guards. This watch are being offered in a commercial design as the Dalton Black Chronograph 41 as in a limited editon watch in the Dalton Black Chronograph 41 Limited Edition. 

DALTON M/36

THE FLYING BADGE

DALTON M/36

M/36 is the flying badge of the Swedish Air Force that is awarded to graduated pilots. The Dalton M/36 is a watch that has been developed in collaboration with the Flyg S - the Swedish Air Force pilot school. The flying badge is stamped into the watch case back and also illustrated in its dial. This watch is available to all pilots in the Swedish Air force that are qualified to wear the flying badge. This watch are being offered in a commercial design as the Dalton Black Chronograph 41 as in a limited editon watch in the Dalton Black Chronograph 41 Limited Edition. 


WOLF M/36 & WOLF FV

211th FIGHTER SQUADRON

WOLF M/36 & WOLF FV

The Wolf watch is designed and named after the 211th fighter squadron Wolf, also known as Akktu Stakki (meaning the lone wolf in Sámi, an ancient language spoken by the Sámi people in northern Sweden). The watch is based on Dalton's design but uses another movement resulting in two subdials instead of three and the date located at 6 o'clock. There are two versions of the Wolf watch; one with the M/36 logo in its dial and one that illustrates the Air Force wings. 

PEGASUS

4th HELICOPTER SQUADRON

PEGASUS

Pegasus is a unique pilot watch designed for 4th helicopter squadron in the Swedish Air Force. Hands, numbers and indexes are inspired by the Helicopter 15 and Helicopter 16 which are used by this special group. The small hands in each subdial are a designed and inspired by the rotors used in their two helicopters. Both hands have a luminous red color that points out hour (0-24) and the time of the chronograph in minutes. The center-positioned second hand of the chronograph is inspired by Single Bearing Pointer in HCP15. The watch uses black hands and logos as a tribute to this squadron's operational skills in the dark. 

DALTON PUMA

101st FIGHTER SQUADRON

DALTON PUMA

Puma is a watch created for the 101st fighter squadron in the Hungarian Air Force. The watch will belong to selected combat pilots at the 101st Division, the Puma Division, which was the most famous and successful Hungarian fighter squadron during the World War II. The squadron has its base in Kecskemét, which is located in the middle of Hungary and is a full member of the mythical and well known Nato Tigers. 

DALTON 212

212th FIGHTER SQUADRON

DALTON 212

The limited edition pilot watch belonging to the 212th fighter squadron Dalton, is the first of all air force watches that was designed and manufactured by MALM. The Dalton squadrons logo illustrates the different Swedish fighter jets that has been used in the squadron through out the years. This logo has influenced the complete design and character of the watch. Especially the JAS 39 Gripen, JA 37 Viggen and J 35 Draken are being represented in the watch dial, index, numbers, colors and hands. With inspiration gathered from each aircraft's cockpit it was necessary to develop a chronograph with three subdials that captured the different gauges and indicators. Also lines and appearances from the body of JAS 39 Gripen are represented in the watch lugs and crown guards. This watch are being offered in a commercial design as the Dalton Black Chronograph 41 as in a limited editon watch in the Dalton Black Chronograph 41 Limited Edition. 

DALTON M/36

THE FLYING BADGE

DALTON M/36

M/36 is the flying badge of the Swedish Air Force that is awarded to graduated pilots. The Dalton M/36 is a watch that has been developed in collaboration with the Flyg S - the Swedish Air Force pilot school. The flying badge is stamped into the watch case back and also illustrated in its dial. This watch is available to all pilots in the Swedish Air force that are qualified to wear the flying badge. This watch are being offered in a commercial design as the Dalton Black Chronograph 41as in a limited editon watch in the Dalton Black Chronograph 41 Limited Edition.

WOLF M/36 & WOLF FV

211th FIGHTER SQUADRON

WOLF M/36 & WOLF FV

The Wolf watch is designed and named after the 211th fighter squadron Wolf, also known as Akktu Stakki (meaning the lone wolf in Sámi, an ancient language spoken by the Sámi people in northern Sweden). The watch is based on Dalton's design but uses another movement resulting in two subdials instead of three and the date located at 6 o'clock. There are two versions of the Wolf watch; one with the M/36 logo in its dial and one that illustrates the Air Force wings.

PEGASUS

4th HELICOPTER SQUADRON

PEGASUS

Pegasus is a unique pilot watch designed for 4th helicopter squadron in the Swedish Air Force. Hands, numbers and indexes are inspired by the Helicopter 15 and Helicopter 16 which are used by this special group. The small hands in each subdial are a designed and inspired by the rotors used in their two helicopters. Both hands have a luminous red color that points out hour (0-24) and the time of the chronograph in minutes. The center-positioned second hand of the chronograph is inspired by Single Bearing Pointer in HCP15. The watch uses black hands and logos as a tribute to this squadron's operational skills in the dark.

DALTON PUMA

101st FIGHTER SQUADRON

DALTON PUMA

Puma is a watch created for the 101st fighter squadron in the Hungarian Air Force. The watch will belong to selected combat pilots at the 101st Division, the Puma Division, which was the most famous and successful Hungarian fighter squadron during the World War II. The squadron has its base in Kecskemét, which is located in the middle of Hungary and is a full member of the mythical and well known Nato Tigers.