Mako V3 Titanium Drops in

The latest range of Mako V3s introduces a full Titanium case and bracelet hardened to 1200Vickers. The 'Ti-Damascus' limited edition features a steel case with hand-torched dials and bezel inserts, each piece having a unique color and pattern.

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Launch pricing will end on the 31st of Aug and RRP will be $549 for the regular dials and $649 for the Meteorite. Limited quantities are available and will not be restocked after the launch special ends so do act quick. Please expect launch special orders to ship within 3-4 weeks or whichever variant is ready for shipment first.

Prices include shipping via Fedex/DHL but not customs duties or taxes.

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Specifications

Mako V3 Titanium

Case : 40mm Diameter, 20mm Lug width, 46mm Lug to Lug Length, 11.5mm thickness without crystal

Case Material: Full Ti case and bracelet, surface hardened to 1200 Vickers for extra scratch resistance

Weight : 130grams versus 200grams for the 316L SS version

Water Resistance : 300m

Crystal : Sapphire, 2.5mm thick vintage style 'Box' crystal

Bezel Insert : Ceramic/Ti depending on model

Movement : Miyota 9015 28800bph

Dial : Textured with C3 X1 and BGW9 lume

Crown : Signed crown with lume

Bracelet Included for Ti Models : Ti with Quick adjust clasp and Quick release springbars

Package

Travel Case

Steel Warranty Card

Wooden Gift Box

Designing The Mako 40mm Diver


Introducing the V3 edition of the Mako. The 'Whirlpool' Guilloche dial is a sight to behold, with a texture that dances with the light. The dial has also been designed for better legibility, with larger indices for even brighter lume. Case thickness has also been reduced for the Mako V3, to a svelte 11.5mm without the thick domed crystal. This is achieved through the use of the thinner Miyota 9015 which also offers an even lower price point and amazing timekeeping.

The Mako Shark: the fastest shark in the world. Smaller and streamlined, it was an ideal image for our latest diver's watch compared to our previous 'Hammerhead' model.

Featuring design cues from the 60s, constructed with modern technology, the Mako Diver is a capable diver's timepiece. The sapphire crystal has a 'box' shape similar to the acrylic crystals of old, without the scratches common with acrylic. A ceramic bezel offers extreme hardness against all the abuse you could throw at it. The watch also features 300m of water resistance to survive any depth you could take it down to.

At 40mm in diameter, the watch does not look out of place on a dressier outfit. A short 46mm lug to lug length also ensures a good fit even on smaller wrists.