The JU52 with the registration D-AQUI, a well-known aircraft that was affectionately nicknamed "IRON ANNIE" by an American, is remembered by the IRON ANNIE collection. All IRON ANNIE watches uphold the same standards of durability, dependability, technical innovation, excellent quality, and eye-catching design as their illustrious predecessor. The range wows with an impressive price-performance ratio, distinctive style, and exceptional product quality. All watches are produced in Germany by master watchmakers. So what's with the aeroplane? The IRON ANNIE, as it was lovingly referred to, was a magnificent aircraft. In World War II, it served as the backbone of the German military and moved everything from men to freight. Actually, they later employed it as a bomber. The tri-performance motors and dependability were unmatched at the time, and after the war, it was even utilised as an airliner. The aeroplane was noteworthy because of its distinctive corrugated structure, which turned it into a flying tank. It also shares something with the watch. The watch, too? The Tante Ju, a relatively recent model that honours the Ju 52, is one of the favourites of aficionados since the dial replicates the corrugated surface of the aircraft. Both a mechanical and a quartz movement are options. And if you're a fan of vintage German aircraft, timepieces that honour other Junkers aircraft are also available. The Dassau 1926 Flat Line is vastly coveted amongst collectors. Ultra-slim and as classy as a tux.