S.U.F. Helsinki Vetehinen By Sarpaneva

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S.U.F. Helsinki Vetehinen By Sarpaneva

Postby koimaster » May 15th 2017, 11:23am

The Dive Watch From The Far North – The S.U.F. Helsinki Vetehinen By Sarpaneva

Rough, cold, with a unique character and surprisingly though, fascinating… This description, which you might imagine being dedicated to this contrasting country that is Finland, will be equally relevant when talking about the new S.U.F. Helsinki Vetehinen, the brand’s first dive watch. A Finnish watch made by Finnish watchmaker Stepan Sarpaneva, playing with the codes and transposing them in his unique universe, resulting in a watch that simply feels different, in a very good way.

Technical Specifications S.U.F. Helsinki Vetehinen
•Case: 42mm diameter x 13mm thickness – Stainless Steel (Finnish Supra 316L/4435) – sapphire crystal on both faces – One-way rotating bezel, Screw in case back and crown – 300m water resistant
•Movement: Eterna Calibre 3901A – automatic – 4Hz frequency – 65H power reserve – 29 jewels – hours, minutes, small seconds
•Strap: Leather in various colours and rubber – steel pin buckle
•Price: EUR 4,650
•Limitation: 26 pieces per color

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Re: S.U.F. Helsinki Vetehinen By Sarpaneva

Postby foghorn » May 15th 2017, 2:13pm

" The S.U.F. Helsinki Vetehinen is a true diver, with a 300m water resistance, a screw-down crown and a one-way rotatable bezel – with a clean look, as no markers except the 12 o’clock luminous dot are present – meaning that it can’t meet with ISO 6425 standards, requiring a minute scale going up to 60 min and markings indicating every 5 min… but honestly, who cares."

Just a-fucking-bout anyone looking for a dive watch. That's who. Jeebus!!!

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