The all new Steinhart Triton 1000 Titan is the latest divers from Steinhart. Made in Switzerland and powered by a Swiss Made ETA2824-2 Elaboré grade automatic movement, this watch is set to amaze.
The Steinhart Triton 1000 Titanium is made to the highest of Swiss standard. With full titanium that is satin brushed to perfection. The Black DLC 120 clicks bezel clicks into place positively and is filled with luminous for night time operations. The Steinhart signed crown is located at 4 O'clock. And for the saturation divers, the helium escape valve is located at 2 O'clock.
Flat sapphire crystal is coated with double anti-reflection coatings on the inside. The Trition 100 is difficult to beat. Clean refreshing looks. Black dial with white numbers and orange markers. Generous amount of SuperLuminova luminous is applied to the numbers, index, minute and hour hands. The Triton 1000 Titanium is a fireworks display in the dark!
The cleanliness of the dial is not distracted by placing the date at 6 and having a date disc with white numbers on a black background.
The Steinhart Triton 1000 Titanium comes with a matching vintage grey calf leather with orange details.
Our Price: USD670 ( Free DHL Express + Free 180 DAYS Extended Warranty + Free NATO Strap )
The Marine Master Professional 300M Tuna Ref. SBBN033 is powered by Seiko's iconic high tech quartz movement, 7C46. The 7 jeweled movement with extremely hi-torque tolerances and high efficiency enables the gears and pinions to move and turn the hands in perfect sync to the energy-pulse, with much less kinetic effort via the electronic step motors that power them. Thus making for a highly accurate and efficient full size quartz machine to perform strongly with much less resistance resulting in longer battery life.
The 47mm stainless steel case might sound intimidating at first glance. But because of the "lug-less" design, the case is only 47mm lugs to lugs. That means this "Tuna" sits so comfortably on the wrist. In fact we think it fits more like a conventional 42mm watch with lugs. The stainless steel case and shroud is polished and protected with Seiko's DiaShield to protect it from scratches. And to create a contrast, Seiko satin brushed the inner case and bezel for an exquisite feel. We will let the pictures convince you.
The most appealing part of this watch is of course the two tone bezel. It is extremely difficult to make ceramic in lighter colors, so previous to this there has never been any commercially available ceramic watch parts in this color combination.
As the Tropic name implies, the two tone bezel follows a vintage design theme. In this case an off gray upper half and a greenish blue lower half. It is difficult to pen the looks of the bezel insert. It looks very much like a bezel that started out as a black and blue and due to 30 years of aging, it has faded to the colors we have today. And the ceramic nature of the bezel gives it a "wet" look, mimicking the effect of a bakelite bezel on vintage dive watches. In short, this is a watch you have to see it in person because the pictures do not do it any justice.