Australian watch engineer and manufacturer Matthew Francis, has introduced his latest origination in a form of a Irukandji Dive Watch that is H2O resistant to 200 m and facilities a sapphire clear glass, 120 click bezel, ceramic insert, screw down climax and more.Features embody :
– 316L, sea class immaculate steel box (brushed);
– drilled lugs, for elementary tag changes;
– domed turquoise clear with anti-reflective (AR) cloaking on a underside;
– 120-click unidirectional bezel, with lumed ceramic insert;
– signed, screw-down climax (at 10 or 4 o’clock), delivering 200m H2O resistance;
– hammered caseback with Irukandji pattern (brushed polished);
– involuntary Seiko NH35 movement, for trustworthiness and easy, affordable servicing.
“Motivated by a passion for both a aesthetics and engineering of all timepieces, though quite wrist-watches, Matthew and Son find to pattern and furnish singly styled, high peculiarity pieces in a fit and finish that appeals to other watch enthusiasts. Keeping pieces organic and receptive are also critical criteria for MAS products.
The Irukandji is a feature-packed dive watch, named after a organisation of tiny nonetheless rarely vicious jellyfish, inland to a seashore of Australia’s tropics. With a singular design, and a operation of reward facilities and finishes customarily found in high labelled offerings, a Irukandji is only like a namesake; tiny in size, though make-up a critical punch! “
Early bird pledges are accessible from AU$349 or roughly £190 for a initial 150 backers charity a substantial $120 saving of a endorsed sell price. If all goes good worldwide shipping is approaching to embark someday around Oct 2019. “We wish to share the passion with like-minded enthusiasts, and pricing the products ‘out of reach’ runs opposite to this desire.”
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