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Naval Watch Company collaborates with MOUT Tailor Recon for its latest vintage-inspired timepiece

The two brands share a mutual affinity for military-inspired design.
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Naval Watch Company hasn't slowed down one bit since its launch just two months ago and now the brand has revealed its latest collaboration with MOUT Tailor Recon. The two brands have combined their mutual affinity for military-inspired designs with a field watch-style timepiece and a bund strap made out of bridle leather from Sedgwick & Co in the UK. Made in Japan, the watch also features a 38mm stainless steel case with a rotating black aluminum bezel, domed acrylic glass, LumiNova G-300F luminescent paint, and a quartz movement. 

¥64,350 (approx. $624),

Japanese exclusives can be purchased from proxies such as White Rabbit Express or Treasure Japan.

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