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Shinola's Lake Erie Monster is their first dive watch and their first automatic movement

The watch is inspired by a Michigan's mythical creature.
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Shinola is marking a big milestone today as the company issues its first mechanical timepiece, which also happens to be its first dive watch. The Lake Erie Monster will be limited to 500 pieces and will feature a Swiss automatic with a 40-hour power reserve and a heavy duty case that can reach depths of up to 1000 feet. The 43mm watch also features a double domed sapphire crystal, a black ceramic bezel insert, and a caseback engraved with the mythical monster that has a blue sapphire set in its eye. 


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