Spinnaker Mainsail Automatic Watch

Spinnaker Mainsail Automatic Watch

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Spinnaker has made a name for itself in the watch community for its nautically themed timepieces—and the Mainsail is no break from that thought process. Resembling a life preserver floating out at sea, the watch features a Seiko 24-jewel automatic movement with a 38-hour reserve Read More

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Time2Groove
0
Jan 11, 2019
what kind of calliber is inside, please???
HenryWalden
26
Nov 27, 2018
Just a matter of time before Spinnaker turns into Invicta.
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riseuplight
70
Nov 28, 2018
that's a nice one
wonbul
293
Nov 27, 2018
Hacking and hand winding?
Jack-in-the-Box
108
Nov 27, 2018
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SwingC
19
Nov 26, 2018
Warning to all - I ordered the Spinnaker Spence during the last drop. My watch had 2 issues on arrival - one mechanical and one aesthetic. I immediately reached out to Spinnaker for a replacement or service and they charge $29 for the return, no exceptions. And I have to pay for shipping on top of that. So be wary of your purchases. Personally, I won’t buy another Spinnaker, no matter how good the deal is.
oppyland
68
Nov 28, 2018
I bought a Spence last spring, and it was perfect - one of my favorite watches! Sorry you had a bad experience.
Trollsky
3
Oct 4, 2017
I have bought this watch because I am going for a sailing very soon. Just recieve it and I like the quality for that price.
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SpiritOne
695
Oct 3, 2017
I've had it for about a week now and have only worn it for a day......... It's simply too big and far too thick to tuck under my sleeve.
I'm not knocking on the Spinnaker brand but the Mainsail was a flop and should be discontinued or redesigned as smaller/thinner watch. Selling a subpar product isn't going to do them any favors.
Watchobsessed
0
Oct 31, 2019
Yeah let us know when you’re ready to sell
SpiritOne
695
Nov 2, 2019
I sold it 2 days after I recieved it (so that was years ago now).
berkeleytrue
29
Sep 27, 2017
Just got mine today. Beautiful watch. Fits perfectly on my 8 inch wrist. Very impressed with the band as well.
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Cloaca
1906
Oct 4, 2017
Is that a piece of steel cable wrapped around the case?
berkeleytrue
29
Oct 4, 2017
Yes.
SpiritOne
695
Sep 26, 2017
Pictures of the Black

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Overall I found the crystal to be sub par, w/ weird viewing angles and highly reflective. The crown, while signed, has some bounce to it... it is srewdown however. The watch itself is rather thick, as you can see when I put it by my G Shock Rangeman.
Furthermore, the seconds hand is no longer than the hour hand........ :( This is of course due to the movement and how large the watch radius is.
The rotor does have a nice sticker on it as a plus and the bezel is quite nice. I can definitely see the relation to a lifesaver. ;-)
____________________________________________________________________________________________________ So, take that as you will. I don't want to mislead anyone one way or the other.
Daprof
2
Sep 23, 2017
I just got mine today and it doesn't work. I guess I'll be returning it. I own several automatics, and this one just won't get started.
SpiritOne
695
Sep 26, 2017
I'm sorry to hear that pal. Better luck next time ;-)
AmitY
48
Sep 29, 2017
Which variation did you get? If you're interested in the Blue-White one, willing to sell mine (not from this drop).
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