MVMT Field AT
The MVMT AT is a simple-looking wristwatch that packs modest features. It is a timepiece that is ideal for the casual commute. It has a minimalist design that should work well with any getup. Underneath its unobtrusive aesthetics is a technology that can rival so-called professional dive watches.
The AT is no diver’s watch. However, one has to commend the watchmaker for improving on the AT’s water resistance rating. Conventional wristwatches that have a similar design can only stand up to about 33 feet of immersion. This MVMT creation is water-resistant up to 330 feet. You can go diving with it, but only up to 300 feet. One has to remember that at sea level, it is already 1 ATM.
The AT does not have an automatic, mechanical movement. Instead, it relies on battery power to run its Miyota Quartz movement. It is not the most exciting feature in the world but it sure can give you accurate timekeeping.
The crystal is not made of sapphire glass, too. MVMT utilizes hardened minerals to give its crystal the strength it needs to survive the immense pressure of the deep. The 41-mm case provides the framework for the other elements of the AT. The case itself is also only 10 mm thick. This is quite astonishing, considering that most “diver’s watches” that can go up to 330 feet come with thicker cases.
One thing you will notice about the AT’s dial is the placement of the date index. Instead of its usual 3 o’clock position, the dater is now at the 6 o’clock position. Regardless, the hands and indices all come with luminous technology, allowing for ease of reading the time in low-light environments.
The MVMT AT is a watch that is worth having from the office and straight into your outdoor adventures.