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Squale Marina Militare

Squale revives the "Master" caseback from the 1960s with the new Master x Marina Militare. The high-performance dive watch features a 42mm stainless steel case with a "bund" bezel that features no tachymeter scale and instead has a SuperLuminova-coated triangle to measure elapsed hours instead of minutes. The watch also now has a helium valve and a thicker sapphire crystal, allowing the watch to operate in depths up to 1200M/3900ft, a rating that has been certified by submarine manufacturer, The Drass Galeazzi company. Powering the watch is a Sellita SW200-1 automatic, which has a power reserve of 38 hours when fully wound. 


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