WRECK

SP-5051-03

$169.00 Was $250.00

  • SP-5051-03
  • SP-5051-03
  • SP-5051-03
  • SP-5051-03

The end of a ships journey at the bottom of the sea creates a whole new eco-system where the manmade becomes entwined into the natural chemistry of the oceans. Borne from a vintage diver silhouette, the Wreck diver watch from Spinnaker is a timepiece which is both artfully characterized through an oxidized like antique finish on the case. With a unidirectional turning bezel, luminous hands and indexes and water proofed hand stitched leather strap – the wreck has the explicit benchmarks of a true divers watch. A tarnished yet intriguing dial represents the corrosive properties of an unforgiving ocean bed. Built to perform, with 100m water resistance and a screw down crown, the Wreck features a workhorse like accurate Japanese self-winding automatic movement visible through the see through exhibition caseback Styled with true character, each wreck is unique, and handfinished to create an excellent diver watch like no other

COLLECTION

The end of a ships journey at the bottom of the sea creates a whole new eco-system where the manmade becomes entwined into the natural chemistry of the oceans.  

MOVEMENT

Precise Japanese 24 Jewels Self-winding movement with Date Display. 

DESIGN

A tarnished yet intriguing dial represents the corrosive properties of an unforgiving ocean bed.

CASE

44 mm diameter, Solid 316 L Stainless Steel Case with Hardened Mineral Lens . Water Resistant to 10 ATM.

SIZE CHART

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MOVEMENT

Japan Automatic 3 Hands with Date

CASE

CASE MATERIAL : Stainless Steel
CASE DIAMETER (mm) : 44
CASE THICKNESS (mm) : 14 
CASE SHAPE : Round
CASE COLOUR : Distresses IP Silver
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DIAL

DIAL COLOUR : Grey

BAND

BAND : Genuine leather Strap 
BAND COLOUR : Brown
BUCKLE : Normal Buckle
BAND WIDTH (mm) : 22

WATER RATING

WATER RESISTANCE : 10 ATM
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OTHER DETAILS

WATCH WEIGHT (g) : 95 
WARRANTY : Years International