Introducing Spinnaker Watches
Wednesday - 10 July 2019
Set sail for the journey of a lifetime with Spinnaker Watches who are fully committed to the world of yachting, designing nautical inspired timepieces for beneath, beyond and beside the sea. The latest addition to our edit of brands, Spinnaker captures the courageous spirit of those that battle the ocean and nature’s elements seeking adventure. Through skill, bravery and strength, extraordinary tales of endurance emerge showcasing the very best of what a man can be.
Each design brings flair and style to the wrist via their dedication to using the finest materials, high quality craftsmanship and charming design. Every design pays tribute to the lifestyle of yachting and can certainly be worn on the waves or on land.
Let us introduce to you Spinnaker’s incredible collections inspired by the beautiful yet unpredictable ocean. If you have any more questions, please give us a call on 01335 453 453 or email us at email@example.com.
Ever reliable in and out of the deep blue, the Bradner collection is water resistance to 180 metres due to the sturdy and robust case. Recently rebuilt, the contemporary design focuses on exceptional quality and materials for a new and improved model fit for life on the ocean. Highly legible in every condition, the sapphire crystal lens features antireflective coating and the minute marker ring, square shaped indices and baton-shaped hands all have been layered with Super-Luminova.
Paying tribute to the spirit and performance of naval soldiers, the Tesei line up is robust, strong and ready for every challenge ahead. The bronze model marks the first design to be handcrafted in Switzerland by Spinnaker making the collection truly special. The well-balanced, highly legible dial features a wave pattern nodding to the deep blue that inspires every decision that Spinnaker make.
Honouring the first scuba diver to explore the waters of New England, the Cahill collection wears James Cahill’s name with pride. A Scuba pioneer whose deep roots are embedded in the region continuing to serve his professions, community and country in New England waters. Durable, robust and legible, the Cahill design is always ready for its next dive.
Named after the inventor of the first self-contained breathing apparatus Henry Fleuss, the timepiece honours the early divers who developed the mechanics of underwater exploration. Designed in 1878, his invention was first used in 1880 opening up the world to a new planet under the waves – a moment in history that certainly requires celebrating.
Intrigued to find out more? Take a look at the rest of Spinnaker’s stunning collections that belong at sea.