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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