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Old 08-21-2019, 12:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Spinnaker's Hull Chronograph

Did anyone by chance have a look at Spinnaker's Hull Chronograph already?

These new versions of the Hull have 42mm stainless steel cushion cases,
convex domed mineral crystals, fixed bezel with tachymeter scales, choice
of dark green, black, and blue sandwich dials with Super-Luminova coated
hands, and markers. Along with Seiko VK73, and cool leather straps also.

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Spinnaker Watches with this, and more guys...


https://www.spinnaker-watches.com/pa...nnaker%2BW%26W
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Old 08-21-2019, 08:27 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Haven't seen one in the wild Tom, but I like the design. I do have one Spinnaker and for the buck, they make decent hardware.

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I would have rather seen a multi-function movement with day, date and 24hr opposed to a chronograph because they give you information you can actually use. I mean, how often do you really use a chronograph ? Time the waitress to see how long it takes for her to bring my pancakes ? Anyway, I love the sandwich dial on this one. The textured dial really fits here. And of course, the big date. IMO, a very nice piece at a very nice price.
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Old 08-22-2019, 12:05 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Scott, yeah honestly always seems like Spinnaker gives you a lot of bag
for the buck with every model, and this is another example.

Just really like how they give you these seemingly cool classic designs,
but with a twist. Which you know first hand !


Forza, it's a neat point you are making about the chronograph vs.
multi-function movement. But you know, pancakes are amazing !
Seriously though, the whole look like you said really is great. That
textured sandwich dial alone is something to see.


Really glad you guys enjoyed them ! ..Thanks a ton for your two cents !!
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Im glad to see some more companies using seikos meca quartz movement. I think its pretty underrated. If you sont want to shell out the bucks for an automatic chrono, a meca quartz is a great alternative. Gives you that automatic chrono feel with basically a quartz price.

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