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Old 31 May 2020, 07:04 AM   #1
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New MAS Irukandji Diver

Picked up this piece from a micro maker from down under as I had heard some pretty decent reviews on it, for what I paid I feel I got a lot for my $$$ and the story behind Mathew and Son watches is pretty cool.

I am super pleased with the piece and the fit and finish are very good and the movement is regulated before it goes out the door and so far after just a few days it’s running about +3 SPD which I think is outstanding, the steel bracelet really pairs well with the watch and is finished and polished very, very nicely

Here are the specs

Specifications: - 316L stainless steel case, brushed; - drilled lugs; - domed sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating on the underside; - unidirectional bezel with lumed ceramic insert; - signed, screw-down crown (200M WR); - stamped caseback with Irukandji artwork; - automatic Seiko NH35 movement (each movement regulated). The Irukandji case is 42mm at the wrist, and 39.5mm at the bezel, for a unique case design that suits a variety of wrist sizes and preferences (20mm lug width; 46mm lug to lug; 13.13mm height, from caseback to bezel).

And here are a few pics
♛ Rolex DJII 116334, ⌚Citizens Eco-Drive BL1258-53L ⌚Tudor Heritage Black Bay 79230R ⌚Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra GMT ⌚Ulysse Nardin Marine Torpilleur 1183.310/40 ⌚ MAS Irukandji ⌚Vostok Komandirskie
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