By TLex With a sunfish as its logo and a design inspired by a diving bell, there is no doubt in that the MOLA 923M was born from a true passion for the horology and ocean.
It's another rare gem in a sea of derivatives and clones; with a distinct point of view and its own story to tell; and while some of the design elements such as its crown protection system or lugs may not be to everyone's tastes; it has some pretty wonderful and charming qualities.
Much thought has gone into making this watch. It i shard not to appreciate every last detail that has gone into it; the dial layout, its simple case design, the bezel with cardinal points with their recessed luminous pips (e,s,w), the crown cover and of course the beautiful porthole exhibition case-back.
While there is a trend for larger case sizes at 42mm the Mola 923M is still plenty big enough. Its 316L stainless steel case comes in three finishes; polished, opalescent or satin.
Other specs include an automatic ETA 2895-2 movement, a 4mm thick sapphire crystal, 923m water-resistance and C3 lume.
The German made MOLA 923M comes on a rubber divers strap with deployment clasp and is presented in a very cool presentation box.
Please make sure you take the time to visit the MOLA 923M website, a lot of work has gone into it, it's a really lovely site.
A link can be found embedded in the MOLA logo, below.