The Arsenale Automatic Watch is inspired by the Serenissima Republic’s Royal Shipyard, taking inspiration from the very ships that seek harbor there. The stainless steel designs of these watches mimic the metal that was employed in the naval armaments and submarines, bringing to life the creator’s passion for these vessels.

The Arsenale Automatic Watch is made out of a 45-millimeter, 316L stainless steel casing. This case houses inside of it beautiful dial choices, all of which include diamond cut hands and indices. The dials come with Swiss Luminova that provides you with plenty of light to read the time, no matter the time or day or night. Protecting the dials from any sort of scratches or other damages is a domed sapphire glass that is durable and strong. It comes with a unidirectional, rotatable 120-minute graduated bezel. Inside of this watch, there are two choices of movements to keep the time, both of which are just as reliable as the next. The first is the Automatic Cal. MV044 which is based on the Miyota 821A, and the second is the Swiss Made Cal. MV285 which is based on the ETA 2824 movement. All of these watches have a water resistance up to 200 meters. The straps are made from Italian leather.

Currently, Arsenale Automatic Watches are being funded on the crowdsourcing website, Kickstarter. At the time of writing, the brand has reached its goal of $17,596, raising a total of $74,921 with 17 days to go. You can get your own Arsenale Automatic Watch with a pledge of $338 or more by going onto their Kickstarter website.

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