Maxton V2 is available now!

Maxton V2 Men's Watch - Burnt Orange Dial


  • Case - 316L Stainless Steel with Brushed Finish 
  • Case Width - 39MM
  • Lug-to-Lug - 48MM
  • Lug Width - 22MM
  • Thickness - 13MM
  • Crystal - Domed Sapphire Crystal with AR Coating
  • Bezel - Ceramic Bezel with C3 Lume Fill 
  • Dial - Textured Sub-Dials with Applied Markers
  • Movement - Miyota 6S20 Quartz Chronograph
  • Hands - Squared Vintage Chronograph Style
  • Lume - C3 Super-LumiNova
  • Bracelet - Stainless Steel with 18MM Ratchet Extension
  • Water Resistance - 10ATM
  • Warranty - 24 Months



The Maxton V2 is assembled in Hagerstown MD. by Maryland Watch Works. Maryland Watch Works is a full service watch facility with a dedication to bring watch making back to the United States.

Maryland Watch Works


We LOVE a nice bright lume on a watch, so that's why we chose C3 Super-LumiNova, one of the brightest options available.


We love admiring the distinct details of vintage chronographs, and we think one of the coolest features are textured subdials. The grooves of the subdials bring a depth to the watch face, plus they create a unique look as light reflects in a dynamic pattern.


We had a lot of options available when determining what type of bezel to use, but we knew it had to be ceramic. Ceramic bezels are known for their durability and scratch resistance, especially when compared to steel or aluminum. Also, ceramic bezels have a wonderful shine that really sets them apart, plus makes the watch stand out.


We know how important it is for a watch to feel comfortable, that's why the bracelet on the Maxton V2 tapers from 22MM at the lugs down to 20M at the extension clasp.  As an upgrade to the bracelet, the Maxton V2 bracelet can be resized by removing links via screws.


Here's the deal, this ratchet extension clasp is REALLY GOOD.  I know everyone says theirs is the best, but trust me here, this one is slick.  There are six positions for adjustability in the extension clasp, so on-the-go adjustments are a piece of cake.  The clasp also includes three micro-adjuster holes so you can dial-in that perfect fit. 


We wanted a departure from the traditional round watch, so we designed a custom cushion case that measures 39MM. This in-house design was made using CAD software and a 3D printer. Being able to have this technology allowed us to continuously tweak the model until we knew it was perfect. Many hours and prototypes later, the Maxton was born.


The Maxton draws its name from the famous Maxton Mile in North Carolina, a land speed track built on an old army air base. Back when it was in use, the mile-long track allowed racers to push their vehicles to the limit and achieve the highest speed during the one mile distance.

On the Maxton, the tachymeter function of the bezel requires the user to know a standard measure of distance. The Maxton Mile was exactly one mile long, making it the perfect namesake.