Fit for the skies.

To honor the de Havilland DH88 Comet, a 1934 aircraft built to compete in the MacPherson Centenary Air Race, Bremont crafted the Limited Edition DH-88 Chronometer wristwatch and it's quite the sight.

The stainless steel version is limited to 282 units and the rose gold variations is limited to only 82, so you'll be in a very exclusive club with this on your wrist.

Most interestingly, both watches feature actual original spruce plywood from the the undercarriage assembly of a real DH88 aircraft, shaped like a propeller. That's pretty amazing.

On top of some serious aviation style for your wrist, a percentage of all proceeds from the sales will benefit the U.K.-based Shuttleworth Trust, a beautiful museum with over forty aircrafts on display, including the DH-88 Comet this watch is based on.

No word on pricing yet, but you can register your interest in owning this exclusive timepiece by filling out a quick form on Bremont's website. Someone from their sales department will get in touch with you personally about acquiring, which is a much more exciting process than simply hitting "ADD TO CART," no?