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Oak & Oscar Jackson Limited Edition Chronograph Watch

Editor's Rating
4.7/5?
Discovered on 2018-01-13

Upgrade to something stylish and always keep perfect time with the Oak & Oscar Jackson Limited Edition Chronograph Watch. Inspired by one of the first ever motor races, held at Jackson Park in Chicago, this stunning timepiece offers classic looks. While that event was held in 1895, everything else about this watch is very modern. Firstly, the Swiss-made Eterna Caliber 3916M movement offers an impressive 60-hour power reserve. It also uses a stacked register that can track the elapsed minutes and hours. You can easily read the light grey dial in any light, thanks to the unique five-minute color blocks. Furthermore, the Jackson resists water to 5 ATM, with a beautiful leather strap from Horween. The limited edition version is available in two colors: grey and navy. Each piece also comes with a stunning leather case by Chase and Dustin. Expect the Jackson to arrive in Q1 2018.

Overview
Overview & Specs
Categories:
Movement :
Eterna Caliber 39 Manual Wound, 25 Jewel
Case :
Stainless Steel, 40mm
Water Resistance :
5 ATM
Glass :
Double-domed Sapphire Crystal
LE Colors :
Grey, Navy, and Charcoal PVD
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