Monday, November 21, 2016

U-BOAT Classico U-47

Italo Fontana introduces a new version of his “Classico” design. Representing his idea of the pure, timeless design that does not fade and die like passing fashions, the Classico captures the essence of the brand’s popular style.

Designed for men and women with a strong personality, this Classico now in size 47 will be available on the market at a new and appealing range of prize. Like the previous editions, it will feature a left hand crown placement with the characteristic U-BOAT crown guard.
Available with black and beige color dial, the watch boasts a stainless steel 316L AISI case, satin hand finish with a serial number engraved on a small plate fixed on the side of the case. On the dial the U letter of U-BOAT replaces the index and number at 12 o’clock. The watch features hours, minutes, seconds and date functions through the U-28 automatic mechanical, personalized to U-BOAT specifications.
In addition to the handmade and hand finished calf leather belt, an extra strap with Kodiak with water repellent treatment is included in the box.

Technical details
Movement
U-28 automatic mechanical, personalized to U-BOAT specifications for stem to be positioned at 9 o’clock
Frequency: 28,800 vibrations per hour, 4 Hz
Power reserve: 38 hours
25 jewels

Functions
Hours, minutes, seconds, date

Case
Stainless steel 316L AISI, satin hand finish, distinguishing crown on left side, with a patented protective device
Diameter 47 mm
Serial number engraved on a small plate fixed on the side of the case
Back: screwed in, fumè glass showing the skeleton balance wheel
Crystal: high quality sapphire, scratchproof.
Water Resistance: 100 mt, 10 ATM

Dial
There are three superimposed layers, black with visible ruby
Arabic numerals, luminous hands, numbers and markers

Strap
Handmade and hand finished calf leather, tongue buckle in steel
Width 23/22 mm
An extra black strap, in ribber with lining in calf with KODIAK water repellent treatment is included

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