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Steinhart Ocean One Vintage Two-Tone 103-1039

Ocean One Vintage Two-Tone

Unlike today, the first diver's watches were very large and provided the diver with no other additional functions except the display of the current time. It wasn't until the early 1950s, when the first diver's watches with a rotating bezel had been developed, that enables the diver to safely and accurately monitor the periods of his dives.

To this era, in which a now legendary sports watch design was created, we pay tribute with the STEINHART Ocean One Vintage two-tone and bow to the technical developments of yesteryear.   Above the golden hands and the dark gray dial with luminous paint in "Old Radium" colour bulges the tall sapphire crystal, with its double anti-reflective coating on the inside, reminiscent of the plastic crystals of watches from days gone by.

This picture is framed with the new, unidirectional rotating diver's bezel, and the also new stainless steel case, which shines with partially polished and partially finely brushed surfaces. Design of yesterday combined with technology and materials of today, the STEINHART Ocean One Vintage two-tone offers its wearer a rugged sports watch for everyday use, with a vintage look that makes one look at the watch, even when one already knows what time it is.

SW200 Elaboré
Swiss Made
26 Jewels
second stopp

Screwed Crown

Stainless steel 316 L yellow gold satined and polished
Diameter 42 mm
Height 16 mm
Weight 199 g
Lug width 22 mm spring bar
Sapphire glass domed, with double anti-reflecting coatings on the interior side
Bezel Stainless Steel black
Back Stainless steel 316 L screwed
Waterproof to 30 ATM

Dial Vintage black
Superluminova Vintage "Old Radium"
hour and minute gilded with Superluminova " Old Radium "
central second hand

Strap Stainless Steel 22x18 mm screwed two-tone
Buckle Stainless Steel 18mm with safety deployment clasp


Key Characteristics

Brand: Steinhart
Band: Steel & Gold Bracelet
Case Material: Steel & Gold
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.