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I feel that I have seen it all before, like groundhog day but with a differently named near-identical watch each time...  I so wanted the guy to say, "born in Britain, made in BRITAIN".

Sorry if I am being a bit mean here; I hope that the limited time discount price represents good value for money. Just one other thing; why does the commentator keep saying "Nauticus" when the watch is named "Nautica" on the dial?

 

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I think for a Sellita powered sapphire crystal watch £299 is a good price.

Its a nice watch - but unfortunately it doesn't grab me in anyway. 

According to the Kickstarter - the watch is called 'Nauticus' what they say is named after legal case of Stena Nautica (No.2) - which let's face it isn't the most widely known of cases and doesn't have anything to do with watches - so that in itself seems a bit bizarre.

But as  Always Watching points out - the name on the Dial says Nautica.

In one of the replies to a question they say Nauticus is a masculine variant of Nautica - but it doesn't explain the discrepancy between the name on the dial and what they actually say the name is.

I hate to say it - but I get the feeling they're watch fans who have the desire to make their won watch - but probably not the experience in doing so. So in my mind they, and their backers, may find out its not all 'plain sailing' (to stick with the nautical theme :swoon:).

In fact, given the price, I wonder if they're selling at a loss!?

 

 

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