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Steinhart Ocean 39 GMT Premium 500 - Steel with Ceramic Bezel 0950

Ocean 39 GMT Premium 500

The STEINHART Ocean 39 GMT Premium 500 is our contemporary interpretation of a divers watch classic par excellence and comes up with many remarkable details, such as the extremely robust stainless steel 316L case. Additionally, it has a from the inside double anti-reflective domed sapphire crystal, which is framed by the unidirectional rotating diving bezel with its glossy black and blue ceramic inlay whose engraved markings were generously equipped with luminous material.

This also applies to the pointer and the dial, whose light blue accents emphasise discretely the character of this modern sports watch. Inside the Steinhart OCEAN 39 GMT Premium 500 the movement 2893-2 premium of the Swiss company ETA performs its extremely precise service. The beautifully decorated movement is visible through a sapphire crystal bottom.

MOVEMENT
ETA 2893-2 / SW 330 Elabore 
Swiss Made
Automatic movement
21 Jewels
second stop

FUNCTIONS
screwed crown
Date at 6 position
Decorated movement, blue screws and golden STEINHART rotor
CASE
Stainless 316 L steel satined and polished
Diameter 39mm
Height 13 mm
Weight 160g
Lug width 20 mm spring bar
Sapphire glass domed, with double anti-reflecting coatings on the interior side
Bezel Ceramic black blue with Super Luminova BGW 9
Back Stainless steel 316 L screwed with sapphire crystal
Waterproof to 50 ATM

DIAL AND HANDS
Dial black
Super Luminova BGW 9
hour and minute Superluminova BGW 9
central second hand
hand for the second time zone
second time zone adjustable using bezel and watch hand

STRAP AND BUCKLE
Strap stainless steel 20 mm screwed
Buckle Butterfly Clasp 16 mm stainless steel with safety deployment clasp and logo

£595.00

Key Characteristics

Brand: Steinhart
Band: Steel Bracelet
Case Material: Steel
Condition: Brand New
Movement: Automatic

Additional Product Details

The name Steinhart has a long history in the Swiss Watch making valley. The name goes back to the early 1900s when Simon Steinhart supervised and ran the watch manufacturer Schlenker and Kienzle. Guenter Steinhart, the owner of Steinhart studied architecture and engineering in Munich, Germany, Steinhart’s philosophy is to make well engineered, and good looking watches at economical prices. Steinhart are high quality watches made in the Jura region of Switzerland.