Shinola gives its first watch an automatic upgrade

The watch that started it all.
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Shinola Runwell Automatic

The timepiece that brought watchmaking to Detroit is getting a big upgrade with the upcoming launch of the Runwell Automatic. Originally launched in 2013, the new version takes the Runwell one big step forward with the addition of a Sellita SW200-1 automatic movement, which features a 38-hour power reserve. The movement can be viewed from the domed caseback's sapphire exhibition window where you'll also see an oscillating rotor that wears the Shinola bolt. The watch will come in 39.5mm and 45mm case sizes and will be fitted with either a leather strap or a stainless steel bracelet. 

Available on April 2nd in Shinola's retail stores and Shinola's online store. 

$1,095-$1,295, shinola.com

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