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By TLex Prometheus Watches have begun taking pre-orders for their latest divers model, the Sailfish. There have been a few minor tweaks made to the final design - these are the final renders, which include a new fourth dial color in grey.

The Sailfish pays tribute to the majestic fish, which is the fastest living sea creature with recorded speeds of up to 68 mph. The design of watch itself draws upon influences dating back as far as 70 years!

It's handset is influenced by one that was used for one of the earliest dive watches, a watch made by Longines for the Royal British Navy in the early 40s. The other unmistakable influence is that of the Blancpain Fifty Fathoms with its beautiful cambered Sapphire bezel inlay.

The Prometheus Sailfish is powered by a Seiko Time Module NH36/4R36 movement carrying with it a long history of tradition and precision by Seiko Corporation. The movement can be manually wound, hacks, has 24 jewels and beats at 21,600 vibrations per hour or 3 Hz.

Features include a domed sapphire crystal bezel. The watch is available in four different combinations: a black dial with a black bezel, a blue dial with a blue bezel, a yellow dial with a black bezel and a grey dial with a black bezel.

The curvy watch case will be constructed from 316L Stainless steel and will measure 43 x 52mm with a 22mm lug width. Its water-resistance will be 300 meters. Pre-order pricing is as follows:

410euro for residents in EU incl. del. via FedEx and VAT Tax
339euro for residents in Rest of World incl. del. via FedEx

From PROMETHEUS Pre-order confirmation requires a non refundable deposit of 100 EUR being this amount deducted from final price of watch. Example if price is of 339 EUR you pay now 100 EUR and 239 EUR once watch is ready for delivery.

To pre-order send an email HERE letting us know your number of choice together with your country of residence. List of available numbers for pre-order can be found HERE

Estimated Delivery Time: We expect watch to be ready in August 2013 though delays out of our control may occur.

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