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MKII releases the first in its ready-to-wear line, the Hawkinge Type 48

Inspired by British pilot watches.
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Known for its limited run, vintage-inspired pieces, MKII is launching what they hope to be the first in a collection of ready-to-wear watches, the Hawkinge Type 48. Drawing inspiration from the 1940-1980s British pilot watches, the Hawkinge is all about wearability and legibility with a utilitarian dial and a 38mm 316L stainless steel case. You've also got a double domed sapphire crystal, blue SuperLuminova coating, and a Japanese movement with manual winding capability. The watch is available with a date or no date dial and can be specified with a tan leather or NATO fabric strap. 


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