Spinnaker Watches – Bradner – A tribute to the ocean
Spinnaker timepieces pay tribute to the world and lifestyle of yachting, with a flair and style that makes each timepiece wearable on land and on the waves. Through a special combination of material, design and craftsmanship. Sailing, the very use of nature’s own elements to move across the oceans is the purest form of seafaring. Combining the best of technical skills, engineering prowess, strength, determination
Maritime design language
Spinnaker watches are inspired by vintage diving watches, with a Super LumiNova® illuminated sandwich-dial and a well readable typography. The dial surface reminds on the rough sea surface, deep eve-rose and blue colors give a maritime touch and the hands appear like sailing ships on the dial. The vintage style is supported by a vintage leather strap, which van be also perfectly combined with a WatchBandit Vintage Leather strap.
Bezel & Dial
Most notably the inner-turning bezel is a custom molded ring with five minute markers positioned at a straight horizontal, parallel to the dial for easy viewing. Beyond this, a liberal application of Swiss Super-LumiNova on the ring has been undertaken to give this elapsed time measurement greater visibility in lower light conditions. The main dial also holds an applied minute marker ring and a square-shaped index that matches the baton-shaped hands. All of which have also been layered with Swiss Super-LumiNova material.
A curved edge and a slightly domed sapphire lens affixed to the 42mm diameter marine-grade stainless steel case of the SP-5062, which has been precisely carved and polished. The two crowns sit at the 2 o’clock and 4 o’clock positions, operating time adjustment and bezel setting respectively. The lugs are proportioned appropriately and sloped down to create a snug fit over the wrist as it sits attached to a stainless steel beads of rice bracelet.
Japanese Precision Movement
The watch is driven by a Japanese Seiko TMI NH35 movement, which is known for its reliability and precision. It’s a movement that many watch manufactures like to use for their watches; It’s precise, tough and easy to repair. A 41 hours power-reserve, bi-directional winding rotor and a diashock shock-system makes it one of the world’s most popular automatic movements. It is widely used in many microbrand watches.