- Available in black, blue or white dial, in white, orange or blue hands and markers.
- Two movements: ETA 2824 at 9, or Miyota 9015 at 9.
- Water resistant to 500m
- Stainless steel case and bracelet
- Bracelet is 22mm, hex-keyed solid end bar, solid links and solid end links, flip lock with fixed-length wetsuit extension. Screwed links and 4 micro-adjustments. Special hex key tool provided.
- Sapphire crystal with inner antireflective coating
- Automatic helium escape valve
- SuperLuminova on hands, dial and bezel
- Lumed bezel, plastic
- 40.8mm across, 14.4mm thick, 42.0mm wide at the bezel, 46mm at crown. 51.7mm lug to lug.
- Signed 7.9mm crown with massive 6.9mm crown guards
- 32mm dial
- 255g on the bracelet, 135g on the Isofrane-style rubber strap
The bracelet uses a modified construction versus the original but is still great looking. The outside is all horizontal links and on the wrist it looks great with the tall design of the case. I love the look of the watch on my hand. The dial is still the minimalist, but highly functional design we have come to like. This is another "cross-hairs" style dial that for some reason I always find attractive and functional. Inside the watch is a Swiss Sellita SW300 which is an analog to the original Swiss ETA 2892 automatic used previously. The SW300 is the same movement by another maker. Brands like Porsche Design and many others are using Sellita movements as ETA is offering less and less to non-Swatch group brands.