Spinnaker’s latest release is our favorite to date. Not only does the Spence 300 have tasteful vintage styling, but it also boasts an impressive 300-meter depth rating in a case that measures 40mm in diameter and a mere 10.9mm of thickness. The Spence 300’s focus is case engineering, and it actually qualifies as one of the thinnest 300-meter dive watches sold today. Details like the super-grippy coin-edged bezel, a corrosion-resistant aluminum bezel insert, and Super LumiNova lume make it dive-ready, and legibility ranks high with chunky hands in three distinct hand styles that include a red lollipop second hand. The premium-grade Miyota 9039 automatic movement is super-thin at 3.9mm with 42-hours of power reserve. The Spence comes in five colors (black, blue, brown, green, and red) and comes with a solid-link stainless steel oyster bracelet, a leather strap, a link removal tool, and a handsome zip carry case. It’s available now but will likely go pretty fast. This could very well become your new favorite timepiece.