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This MTM Watch Was Inspired By The US Navy’s Virginia-Class Attack Submarine

We get it: it’s difficult to find a utilitarian, military-inspired watch that you can wear while out and about, but also utilize in a more professional atmosphere. Luckily, we’re not the only ones who can empathize with your search. MTM, one of wristwear’s most prominent military and tactical watch providers, has made your search a bit easier with its recently-announced US-744X BB Automatic — a sleek, stealthy diver inspired by the US NAVY’S Virginia-Class attack submarine.

To set the US-744X BB apart from all of the other dive watches available on the market today, the company has opted to introduce a 50-hour automatic power reserve counter, day/date sub counters, and hand-applied Tritium tubes to illuminate the timepiece’s hour markers during any deep descent. Of course, they work just as well in the boardroom, where the 744X’s 5.5-millimeter sapphire crystal, screw-down crown, and locking unidirectional rotating bezel will surely shine. Top that off with a CNC-controlled, military-grade titanium/carbon fiber watch case and an operational depth of 3,300-feet, and you’ve got one of the most formidable, but formal watches available on the market today. Head to MTM’s website to learn more about the limited-edition timepiece — and while you’re there, pick up one of your own for $2,800 and up.

Purchase: $2,800+