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By TLex Introducing UNIMATIC and their debut divers model, the Modelle Uno. A Limited Edition of 300 pieces, the Modello Uno has been made in Italy in collaboration with leading suppliers ensuring the highest degree of quality at its price point.

Combing vintage styling elements with a performance driven design: it features a modest 40mm solid 316 Stainless steel case topped off by a larger 41mm unidirectional rotational divers bezel with coin-edging to ensure a firm grip.

The design of the 8mm in diameter screwdown crown echoes that of the fluted bezel grip. It has been fitted with a set of high quality gaskets, which along with a screwdown caseback and a double domed treated Sapphire crystal help to provide a water-resistance of 30 atm=300m=1000ft.

The water-resistance of each watch has been individually tested in UNIMATIC’s laboratory in Italy. The caseback has been engraved with some sort of conversion chart; the boffins among you will no doubt know exactly what it is ;)

The hands and dial markers of the Modello Uno have been applied with C3 Super-LumiNova lume which along with the anti-reflective coating of the crystal provide excellent visibility of the dial in all lighting conditions.

Timing accuracy is guaranteed by the Seiko NH35A automatic movement, which has been tuned to 21600bph with 41hrs of power-reserve and hacking seconds hand.

The Modello Uno comes on a solid link Stainless steel bracelet featuring a divers safety clasp complete with a hidden divers extension.

Price is €450 (≈ £325) + VAT. UNIMATIC are offering a special 10% discount with the coupon code ‘’oceanic10off’’ for the FIRST TEN OCEANICTIME READERS.



  1. Nice watch, but the discount code is already "expired" and shipping is 60 EU to North America. It's getting pretty steep for an NH35 powered micro. I do like the styling.

  2. Just ordered one now Jan 8 at 8:39PM EST and didn't have any issues with the coupon (I simply copied and pasted it). I got 45 EU discount and the shipping to the US was 40 EU.

  3. How did the watch turn out for you, Julian?