View Full Version : For sale Martin Baker MB2 Orange Barrel (with spare anthracite barrel supplied).

06-16-2015, 04:19 PM
I got this recently as I like a little colour on a watch to make it interesting - however, sadly It just isn't getting worn. It is a shame because I'd always fancied an MB2 but just didn't realise how badly infatuated I am with my new green Submariner. Rather than seeing ithe watch languish on the winder I think it should go to someone who will wear and appreciate it.
The watch dates to 2011 but is in truly immaculate condition and is waterproof to 100m - not that it has seen any water during my brief stewardship. The MB2 has a fabulous internal bezel and the superluminova is very good on the dial and hands as you would expect from a pilot watch. The watch currently has an orange barrel fitted but comes with a spare anthracite one if you fancy a change at next service. Timekeeping is very good indeed and I cannot see any marks on the watch head, bezel, crystal - this is probably due to a combination of babying and the hardened material these are made from.
The package is absolutely complete and comes with the following, Spare barrel (as above), chronometer certificate, all papers, black OEM strap, brown vintage OEM strap (and box), OEM black Velcro (gasgasbones type), saddle leather travel case (as is usual for Bremont - instead of a presentation box).
All in all a range of different looks from one watch.
I would like to see 2,100 posted RMSD in the UK for the complete package, this is less than I gave for the watch last week. Now to my very average, pictures. On picture 6 it looks as though there is a ding on the 6 o clock right lug (as you look at the watch) it is just dust not a mark I then tried to take a close up of the same lug (picture 7) to show that there are no marks/ dings. You can also see that all of the straps have very little wear.
As always though, any questions please ask - and thanks for looking.

01-31-2016, 08:33 AM
Crouch you, is this still available?

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