If you are looking for a smaller, more slimline diver’s watch, then Spinnaker Watches have just launched the new slimline Spinnaker Spence 300 Automatic.
This is not only a rather remarkable timepiece as regards its size, at under 11mm in thickness and 40mm in diameter, but also in the precision of its engineering, capable of enduring over 300m or 1,000ft of water resistance. So well designed is this timepiece in fact, that it took the engineers well over a year to perfect the case of the watch.
The Spence 300 Automatic is powered by the reliable mechanics of the 24 Jewel Miyota 9039 automatic movement, which delivers over 42 hours of power reserve for a precise and enduring level of timekeeping, giving you complete piece of mind.
The watch face comes with multiple applications of luminous, with the easy to read, clear cut indexes that stand out in tandem with the hands in low visibility conditions and the “broad arrow” hand set match the dial and watch extremely well.
The Spence 300 Automatic is fitted with a custom designed solid bracelet, engineered and built to attach to the watch for a slim and comfortable fit. However, the Spence 300 also comes with an additional hand stitched genuine leather strap, 20mm in width for that added versatility to suit every occasion.
Presentation is everything they say, and in this case all the watches in the range come packaged in a unique custom designed and moulded EVA multi-purpose gift box, making it the ideal present.
The new Spinnaker Spence 300 Automatic is now available to buy at Spinnaker-watches.com, priced at £500 and comes with a two year warranty.
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