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Matthew Humphries 02 Seiko Military Watch

After spending years as an internationally-recognized automotive designer working for the Morgan Motor Company, Matthew Humphries has brought his considerable skill and talent to the world of watchmaking. The Matthew Humphries 02 Seiko Military Watch combines Sieko movement with a custom-designed face and strap — think of it like putting a crate motor into a hotrod kit car. Its 21-jewel automatic self-winding movement keeps time precisely, purring reliably like a high-performance motor. And with a brushed metallic case, minimalist face, and vegetable-tanned leather band, it looks as great as it runs.

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