Wrist. Watch. Waterproof.

Get This Swiss Made, Military-Inspired Watch for 25% Off

March 24, 2020 Deals By

The Serica W.W.W. watch is an indie brand’s modern take on the famous WWII-era military watches known to collectors as the “Dirty Dozen.” Co-founder of Serica Watches and WM Brown Magazine as well as author of the book A Man and His Watch Matthew Hranek would know how to do a good military watch remake, and to that end, the Serica W.W.W. (for the government specifications known as “wrist watch waterproof”) features a manually wound Swiss ETA 2801-2 movement inside a 37.7mm-wide case. Right now, you can get the white-dial version on Huckberry for a discount of 25%, bringing the price to an even-more-affordable $405.

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Zen Love is Gear Patrol’s watch writer. He avoids the snooty side of the watch world, and seeks out food in NYC that resembles what he loved while living in Asia for over a decade.

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