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This limited-edition Magrette lets you dive right in

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First introduced in 2010 it the Moana Pacific Diver was Magrette’s first dive watch, and possibly the first to represent New Zealand. As such it was a natural choice for one of our 10-year anniversary models. It was a model that was very special at the time because we took a big step up with higher quality components. The micro market was still very young and it was still difficult to find good suppliers that would take smaller orders.

Fast forward to today – we have maintained the core design elements that honor the original while updating the components and movement.

For the first time the Moana Pacific Diver is available in two case sizes (42/44mm), with two color options for the engraved ceramic bezel insert (crisp white or classic yellow).

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Wrist Watch Review Writer Jeffrey Donenfeld lives in Colorado and reviews products at his website. An accomplished adventure traveler, antarctic expedition director, and rescue scuba diver, Jeffrey has tested and reviewed watches in a multitude of challenging environments. Jeffrey loves exploring design, construction, materials, and utility aspects of horology, and gets a kick out of both classics as well as fresh new ideas. He typically tests extensively watches he writes about, and provides readers with a real-world, practical take on diverse timepieces. In addition to writing about time, Jeffrey also works as a venture capital investment manager at a growing startup accelerator in Boulder, Colorado. In his free time he travels (70+ countries and counting), snowboards, rock climbs, runs, sails, scuba dives, and occasionally relaxes.

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