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CERTINA YAMAHA LIMITED EDITION WATCH

Since the beginning of last year, the Swiss watch brand Certina have been tightly knitted to the Wilvo Yamaha MXGP squad, and they’ve just released a limited run of watches to celebrate the partnership. The watch itself looks pretty snazzy with a 41mm stainless steel case, luminous red chronograph hands and a blue dial, which houses the state-of-the-art Precidrive™ quartz movement with 1/10 second display and DS Concept for maximum resistance, which, if you’re into watches, sounds pretty damn good. There’s only going to be 450 units made so if you want one you’re going to want to be pretty quick, and they all come numbered in a special box. The RRP is £420 and they should be available in stores any time now.

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