Sixofour Life Series One Automatic Watch

Sixofour Life Series One Automatic Watch

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Product Description
Swiss watch manufacturer Caleb Lee and technology producer Steve Jin, better known as the dynamic duo behind Sixofour Life, are proud to bring us the Series One automatic watch. Sporting a barrel-shaped case available in myriad styles, the Series One makes a unique statement on any wrist Read More

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Nomos
985
Aug 15, 2020
What were they thinking with the exhibition back? It just hurts simply looking at this pedestrian Miyota 
Outdoors_guy
46
Aug 15, 2020
They were thinking that’s the best looking part of this watch
rumata13
552
Aug 15, 2020
Actually this movement looks better than most Miyota movements.
RayF
26582
Aug 14, 2020
The thing I like most about this series is...
Glen8
668
Aug 21, 2020
And
RayF
26582
Aug 21, 2020
rumata13
552
Aug 14, 2020
Rotor on this Miyota movement looks different, is this some sort of a special make?
Glen8
668
Jun 18, 2020
So many colors to choose from, yet only 3 sold.....hmmmm
ED61
1591
Jun 16, 2020
Makes a unique statement on the wrist Crap
RayF
26582
Jun 16, 2020
Normally I would take the time to mention the Miyota 8215 movement doesn't hack, but I'm guessing that probably won't be an issue for the intended market?
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RayF
26582
Jun 16, 2020
Steve, you're a watch guy--what do you think of Swiss watch manufacturer Caleb Lee and technology producer Steve Jin's offerings today?
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JAone
989
Jun 16, 2020
You can tell the time, nice shaped case, looks like reasonable strap options, and a good size!! We are spoilt! The rest of this Drop as some say is personal taste. Not for me ,my eyes couldn't take the colour trip!!
tbjs
482
Jun 16, 2020
Is this six of our? Or six o' four? And whose life is it anyway?
VRTEGO
3
Jun 24, 2020
I didn't draw any comparison between the two brands. I confirmed the origin of the name was the area code and not a contraction like MVMT is. :)
Quamith
142
Aug 14, 2020
Good thing they didn't use the zip code.