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The Adina Country Master work watch NK172 S6FB is an Australian built work watch. It is a stylish and clear black full-figured timepiece that offers both functionality and durability. Housed in a robust nickel-free stainless-steel case and bracelet, the watch features a safety catch on the three-fold clasp, making it perfect for everyday wear, including swimming and showering, as it is water-resistant up to 10ATM.

This is a tough watch but the operation is simple through the bi-oring crown, and the Swiss-made Ronda 715 day/date movement is protected behind a tough sapphire crystal glass, ensuring it can withstand even the toughest working conditions.

The Adina Country Master Work Watch NK172 S6FB is the perfect choice for anyone looking for a reliable and easy-to-read watch, regardless of age. Bridging the generation gap, this watch is suitable for millennial’s, gen X, and even baby boomers who require a timepiece that can perform and be easily read. It combines proven features to ensure a tough, affordable, and reliable watch that can withstand the most extreme environments Australia can dish up.

The watch’s striking hexagon shape not only protects the timepiece but also makes it stand out in the crowd. It is available in white full-figured or blue full-figured dials, allowing you to choose the perfect watch for you.

Like all Adina watches, this Australian work watch is meticulously hand-assembled by a qualified watchmaker in Brisbane, Australia. This ensures that every aspect of the watch’s construction is of the highest quality and that it meets the brand’s exacting standards.

The Adina Country Master work watch NK172 S6FB is a stylish and functional timepiece that is perfect for anyone who requires a reliable watch that can be easily read and withstand even the toughest working conditions. With its striking hexagon shape, water-resistant design, and Swiss-made movement, this watch is the perfect choice for those who demand the best in both style and functionality.

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