San Francisco-based retailer Fatlace recently celebrated their 10th anniversary and prepared a wonderful piece for the occasion. In commemoration of the event, they teamed up with popular watchmaker Meister Watches to produce the CMGK, an attractive black wristpiece with a variety of color accents across its face.
CMGK's billing is an acronym for Cyan, Magenta, Green and blacK, which make up the color palette used on the timepiece. The watch carries very understated looks, with the added hues providing a sexy touch that really pop out once it catches your gaze. Those looking for a more subdued watch with a few stylish accents should definitely give this limited edition some thought.
It uses a Japanese-made six-hand chronograph movement (Japan is the new Swiss - well, not really), with the signature butterfly buckle seen in other Meister wristwatches. Details include a 43mm-wide case, a stainless steel inner panel (for protecting the dial), a scratch-resistant mineral crystal cover and treaded plastic strap.
Only 100 pieces of the CMGK has been made, with each unit individually numbered and available exclusively from Fatlace. The watch has already sold out from the company's online site but is still available from their physical stores in San Francisco and Tokyo.