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McDowell Time DelRay Auto-Quartz Watch

Editor's Rating
4.8/5?
Discovered on 2016-05-05

The McDowell Time DelRay Auto-Quartz Watch is a modern take on a traditional WWI trench watches. It blends the vintage round case & lugs with an updated hybrid auto-quartz movement. The custom 44mm case uses wire lugs and gives you those bold looking large displays without looking too large. The watch also comes with a 22mm watch strap that makes it a quality design altogether. What makes it even more adorable is the use of Seiko YT57 movement. It provides the benefits of both automatic and quartz watches in one. Now available on Kickstarter, these wristwatches are definitely out of the box. They give you all that expect from a traditional wristwatch but in a more stylish way. If you have a thing for large dial wristwatches but don’t wish to have them too large, this is the right design to go for.

Overview
Overview & Specs
Case :
316L Stainless Steel, Polished or PVD Black Coated
Case Width :
44MM
Lug Width :
22MM
Thickness :
11MM
Crystal :
Sapphire Crystal with Anti-Reflective Coating 
Movement :
Seiko Epson YT57 Auto-Quartz (Kinetic)
Hands :
Classic Styling with C3 Super-LumiNova applied
Strap :
Chestnut or Black Genuine Leather with White Stitching
Water Resistance :
10ATM
Warranty :
24 Months
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