MkII Cruxible Watch
MkII is an American watch company that specializes in custom, Japanese and Swiss Made tool watches dedicated to utilitarianism, reliability, and timeless styling. Their latest timepiece is inspired by the A-11 issued watches of World War II, a design that took six years of development to complete. The MkII Cruxible Watch features a simple, matte black dial with the MkII logo and depth rating printed in gloss black. The 39mm stainless steel case houses a Japanese SII NE15C movement, with a screw-down crown and case back for 330ft (100m) of water-resistance. The minimalist watch is available in both date and non-date versions, with a leather or a Nato strap.