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Slimness & stealth in Spence 300 Automatic


Claimed to be the thinnest diving watch on the market, Spinnaker’s latest offering is called the Spence 300 Automatic.

“Carefully considered design and hand-assembled workmanship result in a timepiece that is under 11mm in thickness yet capable of enduring over 300m of water resistance,” says the Hong Kong-based watchmaker, which reckons this flattening exercise took its engineers well over a year’s head-scratching to perfect. 

The result is a wafer-thin watch with “barely felt slimness and stealth”, it says. It features ”broad arrow” hands and indices all treated with Super-LumiNova for easy reading in low visibility. The Spence 300 has a 24-jewel Japanese Miyota 9039 automatic movement delivering more than 42 hours of power

Indigo blue Spence, one of five colourways
Indigo blue Spence, one of five colourways
Presentation case including alternative leather strap
Presentation case including alternative leather strap

The 40mm-diameter watch is available with pitch black, indigo blue, hickory brown, sea green or crimson red dial, and has a sapphire crystal lens with anti-reflective coating. It has a stainless-steel case, screw-lock crown and a unidirectional bezel with aluminium plate.

A solid 20mm bracelet is provided along with a hand-stitched leather strap for added versatility. The foldover buckle has a safety lock with push-button.

Last month Spinnaker introduced its limited edition £375 Hass watch, as reported on Divernet. Retail price of the slimline Spence is £500 and it can be bought direct from Spinnaker.


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