Manchester Watch Works Tatoskok 2

7 months ago
Available on
New York

$350 NET (including shipping)
Selling my Tatoskok 2 which I ordered from MWW on Kickstarter and is going to be their penultimate watch offering. Other than a light hairline on the side of the case its in excellent condition. Includes MWW Canvas 3 watch watchroll.
***First pic is stock pic from Kickstarter***
Specs from MWW:
-45mm corrosion resistant, surgical grade 316L stainless steel case with polished and brushed finishes
-45mm length for a comfortable fit on all wrists from small to large
- Slim 11mm case height; 12.8mm total height including the crystal
-30 ATM/300m water resistance
-Brushed finished applied C3 lumed markers and a 12:00 marker inspired by the American diver down flag
-Knurled unidirectional 120 click bezel
-Aluminum bezel insert with C3 lumed swallow-tail 12:00 marker inspired by the international diver down flag
-C3 lumed brushed hands with red-tipped seconds hand
- Knurled engraved 4:00 screw-down crown
-Double domed scratch resistant sapphire crystal with inner anti-reflective coating to minimize distortions and reflections
-Screwed down, specially engraved case back ("Quinque Annorum" means 5 years) with serial number out of 300 (ie., 109/300; sorry - no requests for specific numbers will be accepted)
-Solid stainless steel president style bracelet with gentle taper from 22mm at lugs to 18mm at clasp
-Engraved flip lock clasp has solid steel bridges and 6 micro-adjustment holes
-Dial choices of enameled Deep Cave Black or matte Murky Lake Green with date or without date window at 4:00 (third dial color will be offered as a Stretch Goal - see below)
-Shipped in a custom 3 watch canvas travel roll
-TATOSKOK (with a 'K' at the end) is powered by the robust, reliable Japanese made Miyota/Citizen 9015 (date) or 90s5 (no date) hacking and handwinding automatic movement with 28,800 bph and a 42 power reserve
-TATOSKOQ (with a 'Q' at the end) is powered by the Swiss made Ronda 715Li quartz movement with hacking, a 10 year battery and end-of-life (EOL) indicator
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