MKII watches has released its newest watch in the Fulcrum. The Fulcrum is an amalgamation of a number of concepts or inspiration. Basically the Fulcrum could be what the "American Milsub" would ave looked like if it were issued to the US Military.
The Fulcrum features a "Tropic" domed sapphire crystal, a curved back, bead blasted finish (against the favoured Parkerized or satin finish) and a 12-hour GMT styled bezel (with a 20 minute elapsed counter).
As with any of MKII creations, the watches they produced are 'modernised' with features like anti-magnetic shielding (up to 80,000 A/m), a date complication, Helium release valve, modern luminous material (Lume-brik technology) while preserving some of the old vintage design such as drilled lugs.
The Fulcrum is built in the USA with a Swiss movement (Soprod A10) and will retail for USD 1,925. MKII is however currently running a promotion and you can get the watch for USD 1,732. There are two models to chose from, the difference is the colour of the bezel insert.
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The Fulcrum is 42mm in diameter and is 15mm thick.
The Helium escape valve. The watch is rated to 30 ATM.
The MOD type sword hands and the 12-hour GMT style bezel insert.
The case back, screw down design.
The SuperLuminova BGW9 luminous material.
The Soprod A10 automatic movement with the MKII signed rotor.
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