The most recent watch from Marvin takes the fundamental type of the Malton Cushion and adds a military look and an uncommon camo cowhide lash. The Marvin Malton Military Cushion is an incredible easygoing watch that offers an automatic Swiss development, a hearty case, and some decent stylish subtleties at a sensible cost. Back at Basel World 2013 we got our hands on the model, so we even have some live photographs for you of this sub-$1,500 military watch.
A Closer Look At The Malton Military Cushion’s Dial
The Malton Cushion assortment is integrated by the 42mm pad formed tempered steel case. Here the case has gotten a matte PVD treatment the looks incredible with the military-roused dial. This dial combines khaki hued numerals and logos with a brilliant red seconds hand and “40” on the seconds-register, which sits on the internal spine. The khaki 24-hour register likewise ups the military feel of the watch and the date window at 6 o’clock is not difficult to peruse without diverting from the striking, profoundly neat hour markers. The coolest piece of the dial however is the honeycomb surface which makes this resemble a watch that costs much more than it does. A disguise calfskin lash completes things off.
Hands-On With The Marvin Malton Military Cushion
Inside the Malton Military Cushion is a Sellita SW 200 automatic development, a development comparable to the more well-know ETA 2824. With the stockpile of ETA developments getting increasingly more hard to depend on, it’s acceptable to know that Marvin has discovered a reasonable long haul answer for quality fundamental developments. Indeed, the Marvin-marked SW 200 is no front line type (however it’s pleasant looking and can be seen through the sapphire caseback), yet it will take care of its work dependably and allows for a sub-$1,500 automatic watch with decent detailing.
The Malton Military Cushion is valued at $1,440 and you can locate all the subtleties here .