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MkII's latest watch is inspired by the A-11 issued watches of WW2

The watchmaker aimed to perfect a classic, WW2-era American tool watch.
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MkII Cruxible

With a goal of elevating an A-11 spec, WW2 tool watch, MkII created the Cruxible, a design that took six years of development to complete. The end result is a beautifully simple design that echoes the era with its classic styling and details such as the scroll lug that's inspired by the 1950s Patek Philippe 1463 and the CWC G10 field watch. 

The 39mm stainless steel case houses a Japanese SII NE15C movement and also features a black dial with SuperLuminova coating, a screw-down crown, 100M water resistance, a high-dome on the case back that is designed to help the watch sit better on the wrist, and it comes in a date or no date option. 


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