A New Maritime Observatory Watch In Athens. A Perfect Fusion Of Technology
Since the rise of international trade in the 19th century, Athens Watch has always been committed to the creation and development of nautical observatory timepieces, so that captains and their valuable cargo can always maintain accurate voyages. The UN-118 movement has been continuously improved since it was first introduced in 2011, and has become the core of the design of 2012 marine astronomical watches. The diameter of the case of the new marine astronomical watch is enlarged to 45 mm, the newly designed crown is easy to operate, and the rubber indentation makes the winding more comfortable. In addition, there are even more amazing innovations, such as the use of exquisite enamel dials hand-made by the globally recognized enamel dial expert and the latest member of the Athenian Watch Group, black Roman numerals and rough cherry red, and white The beautiful background colors are beautiful and beautiful. The bezel in 18K rose gold reinforces the precision of the timepiece.
The UN-118 self-winding movement was entirely conceived and manufactured by Athenaeum, and is now used in marine astronomical watches. This movement continues to advance the use of new materials and technologies by Athenian watches. The standard anchor escapement in the UN-118 movement is made using the unique and innovative DiamonSil (the perfect synthesis of diamond silicon crystals, synthetic diamonds and silicon) of the Athenian watch, and promotes innovative cooperation with Sigatec. The UN-118 movement proves the perfect fusion of etching technology between silicon and diamond-coated silicon (DCS), becoming the first innovative series machine to accommodate the DiamonSil anchor escapement, and the Athens watch’s own balance wheel and patented spring. Core one. This movement has an excellent 60-hour kinetic energy reserve display and an oversized small seconds indicator, and the date is displayed at 6 o’clock. It also has the proudly set quick function of Athenian Watch, which can quickly adjust the date forward / backward.
The 18K rose gold watch of the Marine Observatory is limited to 350 pieces worldwide; it is also available in a non-limited edition: including a two-tone titanium case with a gold bezel and crown, and a stainless steel or titanium case.