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DAVOSA Ternos Ceramic Auto ROSE GOLD

I know these watches are highly derivate, they aren’t exactly oozing originality are they, but that doesn’t stop them from being damn sexy looking.

If you aren’t on a Rolex budget, but still demand quality then these new Ternos Ceramic Autos from Davosa are one hell of an interesting proposition.

Their 40mm Stainless steel cases house a Swiss automatic movement, the ETA 2824 and are fitted with high-tech ceramic bezel inlays and Sapphire crystals.

Water-resistance is 200m. Further divers features include: screw-down case-back and crown and unidirectional divers bezel.

These new variants come with a sand grey dials and Rose Gold colored partial PVD plate: bezels, crown and center-links.

While the PVD plating almost looks as good Tudor’s BB S&G, it does not use the same real layer of solid gold, so just for looks, but still quiet nice. These three new variants of the Ternos Ceramic will be available from end May / June.

The only thing that potentially kills it for me is the hulking great big cyclops – quite literally an eyesore; what do you think?


  1. Sorry man but the Tudor S&G is actually a quite thick layer of real gold wrapped arround a steel core - not PVD, so its in fact totally different from this.

  2. Many thanks for heads up, mate! :)