Wolbrook launches the Skindiver WT Chrono-Mecaquartz Chronograph

The vintage-inspired watch is powered by Seiko's versatile Mecaquartz VK64 movement.
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Wolbrook Skindiver WT Chrono-Mecaquartz

The newly-relaunched Wolbrook reveals its latest timepiece, a Seiko Mecaquartz VK64-powered chronograph. The Wolbrook version of the Skindiver WT (above) borrows from the original model's styling from the 60s and reintroduces it in a modern timepiece, complete with a 60 second subdial, a 24-hour display, and a unidirectional bezel with a 60 minute timer and individual time zones. The Douglas version of the watch switches it up with a "big eye" 24-hour display and a black nylon bund strap option. Both watches are assembled in France and feature the same movement and a 40mm case. 

$274-$369 (pre-order pricing), wolbrook.com 

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