Leave it to Spinnaker to create a watch that harkens back to the pioneering age of sailing and diving. The company’s latest is the Fleuss: a diver with a vintage aesthetic and modern case proportions. Named after Henry Fleuss, the man responsible for the invention of the Scuba in 1878, the watch is easy to read to depths of 150 meters. That number doesn’t come easy, but thanks to the stainless steel case, domed sapphire crystal, and screw-down crown, it’s got the specs to back it up. The textured dial has thick trapezoidal hour markers and triangular hands that taper to a fine point. Plus, there’s a date window at the traditional 3 o’clock position. The back of the watch gives you a view of the Seiko NH35 movement, a 24-jewel automatic with a 41-hour power reserve. Set on a distressed leather band, the timepiece comes in four styles to suit your preference.
Note: At checkout, you’ll have your choice from the SP-5056-01, SP-5056-02, SP-5056-03, and SP-5056-04 models. Quantities of each are limited.
Estimated ship date is July 27, 2018 PT.
Payment will be collected at checkout. After this product run ends, orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final.