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Bulova has just resurrected a watch that never really was, at least for the layman. The MIL-SHIPS Diver was a prototype created for testing with the U.S. Navy’s Explosive Ordnance Divers and Underwater Demolition Team in 1957, but it never saw the light of production. Now, the new MIL-SHIPS-W-2181 is for sale to the public, a modern version that evokes a watch that boasts some very important history. It retains the 41mm diameter of the original case, as well as its matte bead-blasted finish. There’s also a no-date black dial, double domed sapphire crystal, vintage-style khaki fauxtina lume, mechanical automatic movement, and in what’s easily the most unique feature, a litmus paper water-resistance indicator above the six that changes color if moisture enters the case, just like the original prototype. The watch comes in two versions, a limited edition with a Swiss Sellita SW200 movement and a more affordable standard production model with a reliable Miyota 82S0 automatic movement. The limited edition comes with a gold diver helmet presentation box, an accompanying book, and a numbered plaque (x/1000). Water resistance for both is 200 meters. Theh MIL-SHIPS will be available starting September 2nd.

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TROVA. The physical storage device that prevents inappropriate audiences from accessing jewelry, vapes, prescription/recreational drugs or other private items that require a certain level of… let’s call it discretion.  It’s perfect for larger pockets, backpacks, or vacation carry-on. And because the sleek design mimics a hard drive or battery, only you’ll know its contents. Unlock TROVA using your smartphone. Yeah. The key to this beauty is your freaking phone. This small but mighty accessory gives you worry-free mobility and worry-free is really all we’re looking for when it comes to travel products.