In the 1940s only five companies received the German army permission to manufacture aviator watches and one of them was Laco. Whereas in the 1940s a Laco was an indispensable tool in the cockpit, today it is an expression of freedom. With a Laco aviator watch you are not only wearing a precise and robust watch on your wrist, but also a piece of history. It includes a stainless steel case elaborately hand-finished in an antique look with "FL23883" engraving, this number stood for "navigation devices" and could also be seen on each watch on the opposite side of the winder. Every case is absolutely unique.