By TLex Prometheus Watches have revealed some renders of their latest divers model, the Sailfish. In tribute to the said fish, which is the fastest living sea creature with recorded speeds of up to 110 Km/h / 68mph, the Sailfish draws on influences dating back as far as 70 years.
Its handset derives from one used by one the earliest dive watches, made by Longines for the British Royal Navy in 1943. And of course there's the unmistakable bezel of the Fifty Fathoms with its beautiful cambered Sapphire bezel inlay. The bezel will be lumed by the way.
The case with its curvy lines doesn't immediately call to mind anything I have previously seen. It 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.
The Sailfish will be powered by a Seiko Time Module NH36 automatic movement (OEM version of 4R36). Three dial colors are proposed: black, blue and yellow. It will feature an engraving of a Sailfish on its caseback.
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