Those who were excited about the re-release of the field watch last month can revel in more great news—the EM75 XL has returned in its full line up. The last time the gang was together was years ago, back in 2012. The EM75 XL first debuted in 2010, as a response to the community’s request for a larger EM65 watch. As the name suggests, the EM75 XL is an upsized EM65, measuring 3mm wider (44.5mm) and a third of a millimeter thicker (13.3mm). Rather than recreate the popular Mako design on a larger canvas, the design was tweaked, with bar hour markers and a 60-unit scale bezel that was devoid of a lume pip. The spear-shaped hour and minute hands and lollipop seconds hand are also hallmarks of the design. Above all, it maintains the signature diver features, including a unidirectional diver-style bezel, 200m of water resistance, strong lume, and a screwed case back, to name a few. The EM75 XL became the go-to piece for those who were looking for a larger watch with incredible wrist presence and heft.