Spinnaker Watches produce good looking timepieces at affordable prices that don’t reflect their high quality. Launching 23rd July, the Mid-Size Croft Divers watch is another example of great design not having to cost a fortune.
At 40mm in diameter, the Croft Mid-Size is 3mm smaller than the original Spinnaker Croft. It is an actual Divers watch named after Robert Croft, the renowned Free-Diver, but being Mid-Size, it suits wearing on any occasion. Built to extremely high precision for the price, it makes a sound purchase option for a daily use watch.
The Croft Mid-Size is Water Resistant to 150 metres far further than Richard Croft’s two hundred plus foot free dive World Record. It allows users to explore the depths of the sea fully. It meets the standards of proper nautical engineering.
Excellently finished and robustly designed, the Croft Mid-Size is a commanding timepiece with lasting appeal. Powered by a reliable NH35 Japanese Automatic movement, the dial delivers pristine timekeeping whilst a choice of solid stainless steel bracelet or genuine leather strap hugs the wrist securely with sophistication.
To assist you in seeing the hands underwater and in the dark, they are coated in Swiss Super- LumiNova. The watch has standard hour, minute and seconds hands.
There are two choices of dial colour: Blue or Black, and the Croft Mid-Size has a Scratch Resistant Sapphire lens with Anti-Reflective Coating.
For peace of mind, the Croft Mid-Size watches have a two-year warranty but have a Japanese NH35 automatic movement with twenty-four jewels, so reliability will not be an issue. The Croft Mid-Size watches may be smaller than their full size 43mm Croft, cousin, but they share the same build standards. The collection looks great, and anyone will be delighted to own one.
The Spinnaker Croft Mid-Size – Where and How?
The watch is due for release on 23rd July 2021 and will be priced from £220.00. For more information on the Croft Mid-Size or any of the other Spinnaker watches, please visit their website www.spinnaker-watches.co.uk.
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