Méraud launches its inaugural model, the vintage-inspired Bonaire dive watch

The Bonaire is influenced by the classic dive watch designs of the '60s.
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Méraud is a new watch brand out of Ghent, Belgium with a taste for vintage design, which you can clearly see in its first timepiece: the Bonaire. Inspired by tool watches from the '60s, the watch has a classic design with a unidirectional diver bezel inspired by Bakelite bezels, but takes it one step further with sapphire crystal. The 39mm watch features a stainles steel case, three dial colorways, C3 SuperLuminova, and a modified Caliber STP1-11 automatic movement with a Côte de Geneve finish and a 44-hour power reserve. 

The brand has already surpassed its funding goal on Kickstarter and deliveries are set for May 2019.

From $746, kickstarter.com / meraud-watches.com

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