The watchmaking powerhouse Arnold and Son was founded in 1764 by John Arnold in Neuchatel, a canton of Switzerland. A master of his craft, he made significant advancements in the maritime industry through his works on longitude calculation. Today, many of his watches reflects his astute devotion to the world of seafarers. The Arnold and Son Scout collection is one example. On top of the usual time and date indications, it boasts of a 24-hour display and a compass functionality so youll never lose your way while traversing the world. Built from steel, the Arnold and Son Scout measures 44.5mm and features front and back sapphire crystal and a longitude scale on a rotating bezel. Powered by an automatic self-winding mechanism, it is resistant up to a depth of 50m. Currently, there are three models of Arnold and Son Scout with black and yellow as the dominant colors.