Marc & Sons GMT series
Marc & Sons offers professional automatic diver watches with GMT function that are made in Germany. The Marc & Sons GMT Series MSG-007 is a further development and simultaneous reissue of their first GMT model from the year 2007. This timepiece impresses with its sporty design and its high-quality workmanship. Unlike the first model from 2007, new innovative materials such as ceramics or Superluminova BGW9 are now being used.
- Ref: MSG-007-8-LS-T12
- Diameter: 41.00 mm
- Thickness: 12.95 mm
- Lug width: 22.00 mm
- Caliber: ETA 2893-2
The 41.0 mm case is equipped with a double-coated sapphire crystal and is pressure-tested up to 50 ATM. The height of the watch is 12.95mm which makes it very comfortable to wear. The stainless steel bracelet consists of brushed outer elements and polished middle elements and has a clasp with microfine adjustment.
The watch is powered by a Swiss automatic movement by ETA. The ETA 2893-2 movement has a second time zone with an additional 24 hour hand. It is known for its reliability, is popular with pilots and is fine-tuned by Marc & Sons watchmakers before assembly. The movement is fixed and held by a stainless steel movement holder. The model MSG-007-8-LS-T12 has an easy to read black sandwich dial with Superluminova. The reversible bezel has a black ceramic, which is also provided with Superluminova BGW9.
This watch in retailed new at a price of 695€ (750€ with steel bracelet) which provides amazing value for money.
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