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Aulta Leeway Watch

Surfers know the most direct route to the biggest swells, so it's no surprise that the wave-loving founders of Aulta took the same approach to sales: directly to the consumer, with lower prices and no markup. Their signature timepiece, the Aulta Leeway Watch, makes the transition from work to play with ease with a clean design and masculine case. It's powered by a Miyota quartz chronograph movement, responsible for keeping the hour, minute, and second hands, date window, and two sub dials in sync. A 44mm stainless steel case, hardened mineral crystal, and screw-down caseback and crown keep things safe from the elements down to 100m underwater, and a 22mm band keeps everything in its place.

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