Last month Spinnaker Watches launched their brand-new Cahill 300 Automatic timepiece which has been updated to 43mm in diameter and is 13.8mm thick.
The new Cahill is a refined and stylish dive watch with clear lines and a thoughtful layout of dial elements making it easy to read with a nice touch of vintage styling to give it a more classic look.
Every detail of the new timepiece has been upgraded to give a robust yet wearable watch, offering an impressive 300m of water resistance. The dual time bezel adds a different dimension of utility, and it has a nice clean finish and scale making the Cahill a good looking nautically robust sports watch for every season.
Visually, the Cahill is unmistakably a classic watch, the dial being that of a traditional dive watch but with slightly more adventurous proportions. The dial is layered and subtly segmented to add extra depth, balance and clarity. Generously lumed, the dial performs well in low light conditions, has a date function and comes with a 2 year warranty.
The Cahill is powered by the ever ready, powerfully robust and reliable Japanese NH35 TMI (Seiko) movement and you can choose between either a 22mm solid stainless steel bracelet with a tang buckle or an elegant hand stitched water resistant leather strap that is both robust and comfortable, making it ideal for wearing every day.
You have a choice of eight styles and colours to choose from, that include Carbon, Cobalt, Forest Green, Malbec, Classic Black, Oxford Blue, Stone Grey and Black Gold.
For more information and to purchase your very own new Cahill 300 Automatic watch, which is available from £265, please visit: Spinnaker-watches.co.uk.
Simon Burrell is Editor of Our Man On The Ground, a member of The British Guild of Travel Writers and professional photographer.
Photographs courtesy of Spinnaker Watches