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FIRST LOOK: Meister Watches Doctor Strange Ambassador X

A couple of months ago, I had to opportunity to get my hands on the MSTR Spider-Man Ambassador X watch and give you guys a first look at it. Meister has now added to there already incredibly impressive line of Marvel watches with another great looking piece: the Doctor Strange Ambassador X.

The face of Meister’s new entry to their Marvel line is among their best looking yet. Including both the iconic Sanctum Sanctorum window and the MCU’s visual representation of the energy channeled by the Masters of the Mystic Arts, the golden circled watch face absolutely catches your eye. I love that Meister went with the green color scheme allowing MCU fans to have their own version of the Eye of Agomotto’s Time Stone spell on their wrists!

The watch has the same scratch resistant lens and comfortable rubber band and buckle as the Spider-Man X and I’m a big fan of them choosing black as it allows me to wear this timepiece almost every day. As with the Spidey piece, this one comes in a box fit for collectors with the inner case showing off the Sanctum logo.

As with many of MSTR’s products, there’s a limited number available (150 in this case), so if this Sorcerer Supreme inspired piece has caught your EYE, don’t wait because unlike Strange, you won’t be able to turn back time to get your hands on one. Take a look at the official specs below and visit the site HERE to check this and all MSTR’s great watches out.

There’s nothing strange about our latest Marvel Ambassador X, only mystical. Constructed in an ultra-lightweight, incredibly strong polycarbonate case in black, the Doctor Strange timepiece features matching gold stainless steel accents. The green design of the dial, second hand, and subdials channel the power of the Time Stone, and reveals a fully functional chronograph. Equipped with a Japanese Miyota JS20 movement, the wizard’s watch is water resistant up to 50 meters. The Doctor Strange Ambassador X is limited to only 150 pieces with each individually numbered on the back case.

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