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DELMA Cayman Worldtimer AUTOMATIC

While world travel mightn’t be at the forefront of our minds given the current status quo –

there is no reason why we shouldn’t be looking optimistically towards (a hopefully not too distant) future where we will once again be free to globetrot.

But until that day comes why not live vicariously through the abilities of a wristwatch that will allow you travel to 24 cities and dive to 500 meters.

A vintage inspired maritime, world-timer that could accompany you as you explore the vastness of our blue planet.

Based on Delma’s vintage diver, the new Cayman Worldtimer celebrates the diversity and beauty of the oceans; it is one of only a handful of diving world-timers.

Referencing 24 cities, one for each time-zone, the watch’s bidirectional riveted bezel compliments a polished sunray-brushed dial in nautical black abyss, deep blue or lustrous silver.

Luminescent hands and indexes accompany a distinctive triangular 24-hour hand to effortlessly indicate multiple time-zones relevant to the wearer.

Faithful to the vintage design codes of the Cayman collection beyond the case design, the Cayman Worldtimer also shares the same old school Milanese, Stainless steel mesh bracelet or leather strap with contrasting stitching.

Available as either an automatic, decorated movement with a Delma personalized rotor which can be seen through a Sapphire case-back or a Quartz.

MSRP is 2’190USD for an ETA 2893 automatic with 500m on a Stainless steel mesh or 825USD for a Quartz Ronda 515.24H 200m also on mesh.

Thoughts? World travel and diving are two pursuits that often go hand in hand so for me the Cayman Worldtimer makes an interesting proposition for anyone looking for a dive watch that does more than simply tell the time and read dive-time. The silver dial is absolutely stunning!


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