MTM Air Stryk II Watch

Aug 6, 2018

Category: Gear

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Offering fans of elite aviation timepieces an updated version of the original MTM Air Stryk model, MTM Special OPs has pulled out all the stops in both form and function for the all-new MTM Air Stryk II Watch. Here, the newest USA-built iteration boasts a series of valuable and unique features specific to the MTM brand.

At its core, the MTM Air Stryk II is a professional pilot and aviator analog watch powered by premium Swiss-made quartz complete with a half brass, half carbon fiber dial face. Additionally, the watch features both a glowing index and hands making it easily legible at night, a lightweight yet thick and sturdy titanium watch case, a built-in chronograph, and over 30 different band options to suit just about any style. It also comes equipped with a digital compass, 330 feet of water resistance, and a sapphire crystal and antireflective / scratch resistant glass. Clearly, an ideal timepiece for any stealthy mission you might have on tap. Available now.

Purchase: $1,050+

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