Magrette Kara 10 years anniversary model

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The Moana Pacific Professional Kara celebrates the brand’s 10-year anniversary. Kara (prounounced 'cah-rah') is Maori for 'flag' and references the use of New Zealand blue, red and white as the color palette. Blue also represents the surrounding waters of the Tasman Sea and Pacific Ocean. The association with the national flag and colors underscores the deep pride Magrette takes in being a New Zealand watch brand.

This watch introduces a Grade 5 titanium case known for its superior tensile strength and surface hardness. In addition to titanium’s exceptional corrosion resistance and high strength–to–weight ratio the Kara is built for the toughest aquatic environments with a water resistance rating of 500M, large screw-down crown with safety alert collar, scratch resistant sapphire crystal and engraved ceramic bezel insert.

The Moana Pacific Professional Kara is powered by the automatic Caliber STP1-11 from Swiss Technology Production SA .This movement along with a new custom winding rotor is visible through a sapphire caseback.


Limitation: 1010 pieces worldwide
Case: Grade 5 titanium
Size: 44mm without crown
Finish: Brushed
Strap width: 24mm
Lug-to-lug: 53mm
Height: 15,3 mm
Movement: STP 1-11 automatic Swiss-made movement with 25 jewels, running at 28.800BPH, with over 40 hours power reserve.
WR: 500m - 50 ATM
Crystal: Sapphire, double domed with AR coating on the inside.
Dial: Blue with red and white accents
Date window: No
Lume: SuperLuminova BGW9 (white with blue glow) on dial and bezel.
Bezel: Uni-directional, 120 clicks, ceramic blue with dive markings filled with inlay in matted blue ceramic and markings filled with BGW9 SuperLuminova lume.
Strap(s): Blue FKM rubber, form-fitted to match the watch case, on butterfly folding buckle with logo.
Buckle: Stainless steel butterfly folding buckle with logo
Packaging: Magrette travel case
Warranty: 24 months
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