Friday, June 10, 2016


Poland based watch brand G. Gerlach unveils its latest timepiece SUBMARINE that pays tribute to Mr. Stefan Drzewiecki - a polish inventor& scientist who invented, patented and produced several world’s first submarines, planes and other technical marvels.
The G. Gerlach Submarine watch has a 43x49 mm case made form brass as a node to 19th century. Instead of using the using bronze cases with steel crown G. Gerlach has decided to use a steel core brass crown. Tested for a water resistance up to 100 meters, the case is fitted with double domed sapphire glass with internal AR coating. Caseback of the timepiece is made from stainless steel. Sandwitch dial with high pole applied hour markers gives a steampunk impression. Inside beats TMI/Seiko NH35 automatic movt.
Technical details
Size: 43x49mm, made form brass, case back made from steel 316L
Crown screw down, made from brass with a steel core
Waterproof WR100
Double domed sapphire glass with AR
Sandwich dial high with pole brushed metal hour markers
Brushed hands
Movement: automatic Seiko/TMI NH35A
Strap: leather with a brass buckle

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