Mechanical-automatic Swiss movement (ETA 28.36-2)
Stainless steel case 316L | Ø 42 mm
Open case back
Sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment on both sides | brown leather strap
Water resistant until 100m
Maurice de Mauriac Automatic Modern “Deepsky”
The cases for automatic watches are 9mm tall and have a crown. The crown offers good grip and precise turning, thereby making adjustments to the watch very easy. The watch is water resistant to 5 ATM. This means that the watch can be worn, for example, while washing your hands, in the rain, in the shower, while washing the car, skiing, trekking or swimming.”
Our display back case uses a blue anti-reflective sapphire crystal and thus allows for an unobstructed view of the pulsating caliber. One has the feeling that the soul of the mechanical automatic movement can both be felt and seen. The watch is alive. Together with the possibility of the custom labeled rotor, each watch becomes a truly personal gift – even to oneself.
Caliber ETA 28.36-2
The ETA caliber 28.36-2, with weekday and date indicators, is based on the calibre ETA 28.24, which has been produced since 1982. This workhorse movement is extremely reliable and very long service life.
- TOP Execution
- Hours, minutes, sweep second
- Self-winding mechanism with ball bearing
- Date and day, corrector
- Stop second device
- Regulator system ETACHRON and regulator corrector
- 28.800 vibrations per hour; 4 Hz
- 25 Jewels
Not all steels are created equal. We use 316L stainless steel; one of the hardest premium steels in the world. In addition to its hardness and resistance, this high-quality steel stands out because of its finish as well as it very fine silver hue. 316L steel has a significantly lower nickel emission than, for instance, 904L steel, which is also a high-strength steel alloy. This is, for us, a reason to favour 316L stainless steel.
The darker, the brighter
Super-LumiNova is a brand name under which strontium aluminate–based non-radioactive and non-toxic photoluminescent or afterglow pigments for illuminating markings on watch dials, hands and bezels, etc. in the dark are marketed. This technology offers up to ten times higher brightness than previous zinc sulfide-based materials. When the luminescent pigments were stimulated by daylight or artificial light, they give off the light energy in the dark for several hours. This gives the watch extremely good legibility even in the dark.