The watch is inspired by the British Royal Navy and embodies a retro military aesthetic. Its white hour markers, sword-shaped hands, and black bezel come in a pre-aged look. White WMT branding and green Plants of Gods’ artwork, inspired by the Sumerian God Anu, are found on the black dial. On the back of the steel case is a map of Madagascar with the model’s distinct serial number and Plants of Gods symbols engraved within. The timepiece is secured with a navy blue Nato strap and comes with an illustration card made by Plants of Gods founder Prodip Leung.
The Plants of Gods x WMT Royal Marine Watch is now available for pre-order on the WMT Watches website and will be available at select retailers like 432HZ. Only 100 pieces are expected to be delivered in mid-November at a price of $490 USD.
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