After being hounded by fans to produce an updated SPARC MGS watch, Ventura has answered their plea with the new Sparc Sigma MGS digital watch that sports a refined, soft, organic shape that sets it apart from its counterpoint. Thanks to its more organic shape, it’s said to be comfortable to wear even for those with smaller wrists. It’s CNC-machined with a curvaceous and retro-futuristic case and is powered by an automatic movement that keeps it going for up to 45 days. The watch itself features dual time zones, alarm, chrono, countdown, and a 100 year perpetual calendar with day. A special 50 piece launch edition will be available at the end of February, with the regular production launch following in April. The Sparc Sigma MGS starts at $5,400-$5,550.
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