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First-class workmanship and the selection of the best materials make the automatic chronograph an investment for life, which even bought second hand for a long time will provide enthusiasm. It is made for adventurers who are as much in the urban jungle as they are in the remotest parts of the world. For the worldly gentleman and the man of action. Both sides anti-reflective sapphire watch glass ensures a glare-free view of the classically divided dial. There, the calendar window, various chronograph dials in the division 1/4-second, 30 minutes and 12 hours and last but not least the 18-carat gold embossed logo of the manufacturer provide plenty of visual stimulus. The black high-tech ceramic bezel and glowing in the dark hands with a triangle for the hours and a diamond for the minutes always provide the necessary orientation. With a minimum power reserve of 42 hours, the Superocean Héritage II delivers reliable service, even when it's not needed.
The latter, however, will rarely happen. If you make a Superocean Héritage II, even from second hand, can not help but use it. Measuring 46 millimeters in diameter and 16.35 millimeters in height, the designers have housed the chronograph, movement and rotor for the automatic elevator in the stainless steel case. The balance of the Superocean Héritage II runs at 28,800 vibrations per hour. For more accuracy and against the forgetfulness of the wearer. But also for less wear and higher water resistance. This is given in the Superocean Héritage II to a depth of 200 meters. With a weight of just 130 grams, it is so good in the hand and on the wrist - of course, the bracelet Ocean Classic not counting. Braided steel was the material of choice for the watchmakers from Grenchen in the Swiss canton of Solothurn.
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