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Mk II Stingray

Originally designed as a tribute to the Fifty Fathoms, the Stingray was the third model ever produced by Mk II and also their second dive watch. This year, Mk II resurrects the model with the Stingray II Keroman, a rugged dive watch with a 40mm bead-blasted 316L stainless steel case, which can be fitted with a modern aluminum bezel inlay or vintage-style acrylic bezel inlay. The watch is powered by an NE15C automatic movement with a 50-hour power reserve and it also meets ISO 6425 standards for water and thermal shock resistance. 

The watch is now available for order and the first fifty orders will come fitted with an Erika's Original MN strap. 


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