Jack Mason A102 Aviation Collection Leather Watch

Jack Mason A102 Aviation Collection Leather Watch
Jack Mason A102 Aviation Collection Leather Watch
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A102 Aviation Collection Leather Watch by Jack Mason
The only thing better than riding first class is piloting your own private jet, and while you might not be the proud owner of a jet, you can certainly look the part when you don the Jack Mason A102 Aviation Collection Leather Watch. The watch comes standard with a stainless steel case, mineral face, and an interchangeable Italian leather strap, so you can keep your watch, belt, and shoes a consistent color. What the A102 lacks in special functions, it more than makes up for with solid components and a simple, stream-lined three-hand Super Luminova display. Jack Mason built this watch with a water-resistance rating of 10 ATM, or 100 meters, so it won't be the end of the world if you forget to take it off when you decide to hop in the pool to liven up that stuffy dinner party.

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SKU: JCM000F
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