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Automatic, Quartz
Automatic: Seiko NH15, Quartz: Seiko VD78
Highlander, Fusilier, Engineer, Scots Greys, Dragoon, Grenadier

Lufbery Trench Watch WW1-Inspired Watch pays homage to the original trench watch

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Designed with history in mind, the Lufbery Trench Watch WW1-Inspired Watch is nearly identical to the original. The trench watch of World War I was an iconic timepiece, worn by those on the front line. Paying homage with great detail; even down to the design, style, and colorings; is the Lufbury Trench Watch, although with welcomed modern touches. Created by a history teacher and watch enthusiast, the Lufbury Trench Watch comes in six different styles as well as your choice of an automatic or quartz edition. While original trench watches from WW1 are inaccurate, the automatic features a Seiko NH15 movement while the quartz uses a Seiko VD78 movement for total precision. Like the original, this watch has a solid stainless steel case and is designed to handle anything you throw its way. However, unlike the original trench watch that was just 34mm, the Lufbury Trench Watch measures 40mm in diameter. Coming with a two-year guarantee, the Lufbury Trench Watch is complete with scratch-resistant sapphire crystal glass. Finally, engraved on the back of each is a 1918 Mark VII tank.

Lufbery Trench Watch WW1-Inspired Watch pays homage to the original trench watch
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Discovered on Nov 7, 2019, 5:00 pm EST
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