The titanium Bamford 80 features Snoopy’s Flying Ace alter ego on its black textured dial with orange details, taking the official shade of the event, with his arms serving as hour and minute hands. His faithful friend, Woodstock, sits at the end of the second hand.
The English estate of the Duke of Richmond and Gordon, might be better known for its motoring-themed Festival of Speed and Revival events, but also has a strong historic association with man’s best friend.
Powered by a Sellita SW300-1, the watch is secured on a black Cordura strap with matching orange stitching.
“Snoopy is universally admired for his daring, quirky, and cool personality which makes this masterpiece unique,” says the Duke of Richmond and Gordon, founder of Goodwoof. “Given how well loved Snoopy has been throughout the world since the inception of the Peanuts comic strip in 1950 and our total admiration for all things canine here at Goodwoof, we couldn’t think of a better place to launch this exclusive watch.”
The Goodwoof x Bamford limited edition Snoopy watch, limited to 75 pieces, is out now available via Goodwood, priced £1,450 GBP (approximately $1,830 USD).
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