Morpheus M1A2 Battle Tank Watch Review




Reviewed by K.C. Kim
http://www.morpheuswatches.com/category_s/51.htm
$395
I had a chance to review Morpheus Watch Company’s M1A2 watch. The company uses themes such as tanks, culinary, movies and more to come up with its watch designs. The M1A2 is based on the M1A2 Abrams main battle tank. The watch took design cues from the iconic vehicle.





The Morpheus M1A2 is bold and industrial looking watch that is striking in person. It has a manly feel and sized at 45mm and 14.5 thickness for the bigger guys. The watch includes a black case with thick silicone rubber strap. Thanks to the screw down crown, the M1A2 is water-resistant to 50 meters. The Non-Reflective Sapphire Crystal is a nice feature for a watch at this price. I really like the M1A2 etched on the side of the case.




The watch uses a Swiss Made Quartz GMT Ronda 505.24 D movement to power the watch. The window above the logo is a 24-hour indication dial. The desert dial makes the watch easy to read with addition of the GMT military time. The watch features a date surround in the texture of the top machine gun mount, a lower dial texture grid formed after the back turret basket, and etched details on the dial following the turret shape.




The Morpheus M1A2 Watch is the perfect watch for those that like big and bold watches. The battle tank is a pretty cool idea for a watch. The watch is limited to only 500 units and is available for $395. I can see giving this as a gift to a person serving with the United States Army, Marine Corps or someone in your family serving in the military. The Morpheus M1A2 Watch is the perfect watch for everyone that is looking for a big chunky watch that is literally built like a tank.

9 out of 10

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M1A2 Abrams Tank Watch with Black Case and Beige Dial and Black Indicia

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3 Comments on "Morpheus M1A2 Battle Tank Watch Review"

  1. Ray Lorenz
    14/10/2014 at 4:21 pm Permalink

    Very cool watch. Love the grate opening at the dial bottom. Reminds me of U-Boat watches and maybe Welder, but price is much better on this one.

  2. Pete Sheridan
    14/10/2014 at 7:05 pm Permalink

    I have one in stainless with a camo style dial and am very happy. Despite size, it fits well and is comfortable. I do not have thick wrists either. Quite a bit of watch (and metal) for this price.

  3. Ron Scheid
    01/11/2014 at 8:25 am Permalink

    It is bold and the design unique. Heavier it seems held in the hand but very comfortable on the wrist. Would recommend highly to former servicemen like myself.

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