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that arrow is a "crows foot" or "Broadarrow" or "Pheon" and is used to mark British military equipment and can be seen on military issue watches from WWII and later.

O&W and many others put it on non issue military style watches, a sort of badge of intention if you like, to try and make it look more militaryish.

Roy avoided putting in on his RLT69 (a good thing imho) which was a homage to the smiths w10 of the late 60's, do some googeling or Wiking and you'll find a lot of info.

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