Saturday, November 12, 2016

Dan Henry 1970

Designed as a recreational/scuba diving watch, the Dan Henry 1970 automatic dive watch has an oversized stainless steel case measuring 44mm diameter. It is powered with a Seiko Caliber NH35 self winding movement having power reserve of 41 hours.
On the front side, the watch has a Sapphire coated double domed mineral glass with Anti-Reflective treatment and the rear of the timepiece is secured with a screw-back case with Scaphtopus 3D medal.
The dial features inner rotating bezel, grey or orange minute chapter ring and inner matte black dial featuring luminous hour markers for better visibility. The inner rotating bezel indicates dive timings. The watch has two dual cross-hatched crowns: 2 o’clock crown operates the inner rotating bezel while the 4 o’clock crown adjusts the date and time. The date window is positioned at 3’o clock.
Tested for a water resistance up to 200 meters, this timepiece is supplied with a tropic silicone band. Packaging includes one canvas and genuine leather roll with three watch slots. Retail price starts from $ 250. Available in two dial versions - grey or orange minute chapter ring – each timepiece is limited to 1970 pieces only.

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