By TLex HALIOS have announced their 2013 line up, which includes, an elegant looking dress diver called the Tropik. It is their thinnest and dressiest diver to date. Features include: a lumed ceramic bezel, a vintage domed Sapphire crystal and glossy black dial with applied markers. [Tropik B]
Specifications include a 41mm case with a lug-to-lug of 48mm, a 120 click-type unidirectional rotational divers bezel with ceramic insert and lumed dive-time scale, a vintage domed Sapphire with AR-coating inside and a water-resistance of 300 meters. The watch is powered by Japanese made Miyota 9015 movement with automatic winding.
From HALIOS The Tropik's refined aesthetics add a dimension of versatility to its purpose-built design and engineering, Its size emphasizes wearability and comfort on the wrist.
We chose the Miyota 9015 for the new 2013 collection primarily for its exceptional performance. The cost and availability of ETA movements, however, were also factors in the decision. Based on our own real-world tests, the 9015 offers comparable accuracy, performance, robustness and serviceability, and we’re excited to have them power our newest generation of watches.