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Referred to as the Jaws watch, the Alsta Nautsoscaph gathered a cult following after being spotted on the wrist of Richard Dreyfuss in the 1975 film. Forty years later, this remastered version is finally ready for your own shark-hunting adventures. The handsome dive watch is powered by a Seiko-made NH35A automatic movement (never needs a battery) and sports Super-LumiNova hands and dial markers, subtle date function, and a vintage-inspired domed crystal, all housed in a perfectly-sized, satin-finished, 40mm stainless steel case. Like the original, the Nautsoscaph II is shock-resistant, anti-magnetic, and water-resistant up to 999 feet. It arrives on a classic 20mm mesh bracelet, and is limited to just 300 pieces worldwide.
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