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Shinola Numbered Limited Edition Lake Erie Monster
Lake Erie Monster

Shinola Numbered Limited Edition Lake Erie Monster

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What's Included?
Last Sale
$4,150
+$550(15%)
Case Size
43mm
Case Material
Stainless Steel
Band
Steel/Rubber/Fabric
Movement
Automatic
Dial
Black
Retail
$2,250

The Lake Erie Monster is Shinola’s first ever mechanical watch, and it comes in the form of a classic diver. Shinola has housed an Argomatic R-150 caliber within the Lake Erie Monster’s 43mm steel case. The automatic movement features 40 hours of power reserve, and a date complication situated at 4 o’clock on the dial. The 316L steel case is comprised of mostly brushed surfaces, with a polished curved edge that follows the length of the lug. The dial of the Lake Erie Monster is black enamel, a material that adds a unique foundation to the look and feel.. Atop the glossy surface are applied large, lume filled hour makers; the Shinola marquee; and the caliber designation: Argomatic - R150. The bezel is brushed in texture with raised, ceramic numerals appearing at every ten minute mark. Oversized hour and minute hands make for high legibility in nearly environment. This is a crucial detail to get right when it comes to dive watches and Shinola has nailed it with the Lake Erie Monster. The Lake Erie Monster takes its name from a bit of lore of the Great Lakes, and a fictional sea monster said to reside in Lake Erie. The monster is emblazoned on the caseback of the watch, with a blue gem set in the eye. Framing the monster is the serialized production number ‘XXX/500’.

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12 Month Historical
# of Sales
5
Price Premium
(Over Original Retail Price)
84.4%
Average Sale Price
$3,655