Parkville by the Melbourne Watch Company

If I’ve mentioned it once, I’ll mention it a thousand times. And as long as the Melbourne Watch Company keeps pumping out such nice-looking pieces of mechanical wrist wear, I’ll keep doing so.

The Melbourne Watch Company‘s newest addition to its range, the Parkville, is currently under production as we speak, which will make a more than beautiful addition to the two-strong range of men’s wrist watches named after iconic Melbourne features.

After its debut style, the Flinders and follow-up, the Portsea, popularity of the Melbourne born, raised and developed watch company is undeniable as the business expends to include further and further styles.

The Parkville watch technical details are below, but will retail pre-order at $379AUD for the plain steel version and $389AUD for the rose gold plated version, while post-production in November 2014 will retail at $479AUD and $489AUD respectively.

The Parkville was created in response to customer feedback requesting a smaller midsize model that would appeal to both men and women while still maintaining the brand style and quality of the Melbourne Watch Company.

In keeping with their mission to celebrate a piece of Melbourne in each design, they have also chosen to feature the historic ‘W-Class’ tram as a case-back engraving.

Melburnian through-and-through, this is a classic you can’t go past.

Melbourne Watch Company Parkville men's mechanical watch 1

Melbourne Watch Company Parkville men's mechanical watch 2

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Melbourne Watch Company Parkville men's mechanical watch 4

Case – 36mm 316L Stainless Steel, PVD Rose Gold Plating optional. 11mm thickness.

Movement – Seiko NH35A automatic

Crystal – Flat Sapphire

Dial – Multi-layered with rosetta spiral guilloche centre pattern

Hands – Hour/minute/sweep second with signature “M” counter-balance

Strap – 18mm leather, stainless steel buckle

WR – 30m/3ATM

Warranty – 24 months

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