Spinnaker dives into the world of affordable automatics with commemorative piece


Spinnaker has announced the release of its latest dive watch family of automatics that have been created to celebrate the success of Robert Croft, the first person to free dive to depth of 200 ft.

The 43mm divers’ pieces house a Japanese Miyota subdial 8218 movement which provides a second display at the 4:30 position on the dial.

The face also has central hours and minutes and a magnified date window at  3 o’clock framed by a matte-finished aluminium unidirectional bezel with luminous marking at the 60-minute position.

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A fumee dial is coupled with luminous minimalist indicators to show each hour.

The pieces, available in blue, brown, black and gold, retail for $320 on a leather strap.

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