I do make rare exceptions, and the Spinnaker SP 6002-66 Tiller is one of them.
The first thing that caught my eye was the color of the dial, it just reminds me of tropical waters.
The Spinnaker SP 6002-66 Tiller is an analog watch with a Japanese quartz movement.
The case and bezel are round, and comes in at a nice 36mm in diameter by 10 mm thick.
It is made from IP Rose Gold stainless steel.
The crystal is mineral and the dial is blue. It also has the sail logo and spinnaker in rose gold.
The hours are marked by hash markers in a slightly darker blue, with the rose gold border.
There are the numerals 5 through 60 with small white dots in between for the minutes around the outer ring.
The hands are in the darker blue, again with the rose gold border and the 3rd hand is solid rose gold.
There are 3 small sub dials, day of the week at 9 o’clock, date at 3 o’clock, and at 6 o’clock is a 24 hour dial.
The bracelet is men’s standard length (which I find to be a bit strange), and is 18 mm wide, made from Rose gold IP stainless steel, and has a fold over clasp with safety.
The sail logo is imprinted on this as well.
This watch is water resistant up to 330 feet.
Now there are MANY Spinnaker women’s Tiller watches to choose from, and from what I’ve seen they are all beautiful. So for me at least, it makes it hard to choose just one.
BUT, this Spinnaker SP 6002-66 just seemed to speak to me, (I know that may sound dumb but I think you ladies know what I mean).
The rose gold and the blue of the dial are just gorgeous together.
It has a refined look to it that just can’t be beat.