Featuring antiqued, weathered cases and oceanic dials, the Spinnaker Wreck is very cool. It combines elements of a diver and a field watch. You’ll see it in action here in TNP as we took it on some aquatic adventuring.
A hackable Seiko NH35 movement, well-executed high legibility hands, a tight bezel, date, preferred 44mm case size, 200M water resistance (tested), and amazing colors…each one is cool and has its own personality. The brass version is a favorite, reminiscent of a diving bell helmet and I predict this version will be collectible. The straps are perfect and need no upgrading unless you’re water-bound (you’ll see we used a NATO camo strap in the water).
Congrats to all TNPrs in Patreon that scored these watches when I released the video there as they now seem to be discontinued. Already they’ve gone up $100 in Amazon! Nevertheless you might find a Wreck on the 2ndary market and it will be worth your search. They are excellent HIGH style divers that break apart from the pack.
Spinnaker Wreck watches in Amazon: https://amzn.to/2TEtUL8
Komet ME163 Easy Model shown!: https://amzn.to/2TGIFgI
Citizen Navihawk shown: https://amzn.to/2THBfJT
Sturhling Aqua Diver watch (similar to Wenger shown): https://amzn.to/2TH7x87 https://amzn.to/2DKEzyi
Casio dive watches: https://amzn.to/2S9Dp3k
Seiko dive watches: https://amzn.to/2QesE2E