Spinnaker has released an updated version of its Cahill ‘dress’ dive watch. The new Cahill 300 Automatic comes with a 43mm, 13.8mm thick case size (slim enough to wear with a suit or tuxedo), and is powered by the reliable Japanese NH35 TMI Seiko movement.
The dial style benefits from the more generous proportions, with colour options that include green, Blue, Black, Red, and Blue Fumee. The Mercedes style hands and applied indexes have been painted in Swiss Super-LuminNova, for low light visibility, while the Sapphire lens sports an anti-reflective coating.
Despite its casual finesses, the case is robust enough to deliver an impressive 300m of water resistance, should you actually want to take it on a real dive.
The new Cahill 300 Automatic comes with a 13.8mm thick case, slim enough to wear with a suit or tuxedo…
Spinnaker buyers have a choice of either a solid stainless bracelet, with a solid deployant buckle, or a hand stitched water resistant 22mm wide leather strap, ideal for never-nautical everyday wear.
Available from April 1, Spinnaker-watches.co.uk, the Cahill Automatic sells for a budget-friendly £265 for the leather strap edition, and £295 for the stainless steel bracelet edition.
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