By TLex This is not the end! Far from it; Steinhart’s "Last Edition" of their famous TRITON model might be the final model after a decade, which saw a succession of Triton models sharing the same case, but heralds the beginning of a new era with promises of exciting new models -
which if we know Steinthart, will offer the same degree of evolution of design and specification reaching the next level in terms of build quality while remaining as (if not more) visually appealing than any of their predecessors!
Now that the hyperbole is out the way with, let’s see (for the time being) what the final Triton model, the Triton 30 ATM Bronze "Last Edition" has to offer.
The trend for Bronze Divers is far from over – in fact, although it is still very much a niche material in the watch industry as a whole, it wouldn’t be fair to call it a trend.
Bronze has stood the test of time becoming a mainstay material offered by any watchmaker that wants to be taken seriously by watch collectors and connoisseurs, specifically those with diving or military pedigrees.
STEINHART's use of Bronze for the Triton 30 ATM Bronze "Last Edition" combines the ancient material with cutting-edge DLC-coated components creating -
not only an eye-catching level of contrast for your wrist, but an equally exciting level of contrast on paper, too.
In addition to the unidirectional rotating diver's bezel, a Sapphire exhibition caseback, through which one can see a Swiss automatic caliber, the Soprod A10-2 TOP flawlessly performing its duties, is also blackened by means of DLC-coating.
The same theme of ‘contrasts’ is carried over to the deep black dial which sports gilt hands and markers.
Finally, the STEINHART Triton 30 ATM Bronze "Last Edition" for the last time showcases an extremely robust construction with -
a water-resistance to 30 atmospheres as well as the scratch-resistant Sapphire crystal with double anti-reflective coating on its inside.
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