Sunday, October 27, 2013


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. 

For more information:

The watch....

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. 

Photographs: MKII

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