MkII is an American watch company that specializes in custom, Japanese and Swiss Made tool watches dedicated to utilitarianism, reliability, and timeless styling. Their latest timepiece is inspired by the A-11 issued watches of World War II, a design that took six years of development to complete. The MkII Cruxible Watch features a simple, matte black dial with the MkII logo and depth rating printed in gloss black. The 39mm stainless steel case houses a Japanese SII NE15C movement, with a screw-down crown and case back for 330ft (100m) of water-resistance. The minimalist watch is available in both date and non-date versions, with a leather or a Nato strap.