We’ve said it before but we’ll say it again, when it comes to discovering new watch brands, it’s tough to beat Kickstarter because it serves as such a fantastic platform for showcasing new timepieces and gathering the sort of support and traction needed to turn watchmaking dreams into watchmaking reality. One of the latest and greatest collection of watches to have come into our purview here at Coolector HQ is Mavrik watches and for those of you who like your timepieces robust and uncompromising, you’ve just discovered the perfect new ally for your wrist.
Mavrik watches are from the same city, Richmond, Virginia, as Coolector HQ favourite, Machine Era Co and it’s clear to us that they’ve got the same exacting standards when it comes to the quality of their craftsmanship as these impeccable timepieces admirably illustrate. Mavrik Watches follow the vintage dive watch aesthetic, something which appeals to our sensibilities for sure, and their first rate watches boast some mighty impressive features and materials given their affordability.
Just a few of the most eye-catching features of these magnificent Mavrik Watches include a 26-Jewel Swiss-Made Selitta SW200-1 Mechanical Automatic Movement, Screw-Down with Triple Gaskets – 7MM x 4MM Signed Crown, Domed 3.2 mm Thick Sapphire Crystal Glass and Hour, Minute, Second with Inlaid Super LumiNova® Watch Hands. Impressive stuff indeed. Check out a few more shots below:
We love our watches here at The Coolector and we’ve got a particular affinity for dive watches so these great looking, incredibly robust timepieces from Mavrik were always going to meet with our approval truth be told. If you’re on the hunt for an affordable, top performing dive watch that is made in the right way from the best materials, you’ll certainly not go too far wrong with these glorious watches from Mavrik. Despite only being on Kickstarter for a matter of hours, they have already nearly reached their $48,000 target which is a pretty telling testament of how well they are being received.
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