The Edox Delfin name goes right back to the 1960s. A watch that could withstand a pressing factor of 30 BAR (300 meters) and utilizing developments like a twofold O-ring framework and a supported case back.
Today, the Edox Delfin Mecano looks somewhat changed however is made with similar soul as sixty years prior. This cutting edge sports watch is water-safe up to 200 meters, because of the twofold O-ring framework, and screw-down crown, in an exceptionally current plan. Despite the fact that it would seem that a completely unexpected watch in comparison to the 1961 Delfin, there are a few fixings from the past.
In the 1960s and 1970s, Edox has various plunge watches, the Delfin was presumably its most celebrated model. The Delfin, presented in 1961, was a watch that Edox continued creating in the a long time to come. These were publicized as “highly water-safe timepieces” in TV commercials including real dolphins. In the quartz period, Edox continued creating the water-safe Delfin. This time, with an incorporated wristband and an unmistakable bezel that plainly motivated today’s Delfin Mecano watch.
Edox Delfin Mecano
The Delfin Mecano is a 43mm distance across watch with a humble stature of simply 12mm. This games watch will look as great with a dress shirt as it will with a couple of Speedos. The gold PVD covered treated steel case has a 12 sided bezel, which catches the delightful skeletonized dial of the Delfin Mecano. The openings of the dial uncover portions of the movement.
Despite this itemized show, Edox figured out how to keep the watch profoundly utilitarian — as an apparatus watch ought to be — and it’s exceptionally simple to peruse the time. The hands are loaded up with Super-LumiNova, for an appropriate readout in low light conditions. In the image underneath, you can see a nearby of the skeletonized dial with its dark casing and gold PVD hands and hour markers.
Through the sapphire case back, you can appreciate the mechanical self-winding type 853. This development, in light of the Sellita SW200, offers 42 hours of force hold. The winding weight has been engraved with the Edox logo. As demonstrated in the image beneath, the crown is screw-down to guarantee water resistance.
Edox’s Delfin Mecano comes on an elastic band, so you don’t need to stress over placing the watch to real use in the water. Altogether, the watch gauges 120 grams, including the tie. That’s a comfortable load for a steel diver’s watch. The Edox Deflin Mecano can likewise be seen on the wrist of Olympic jumper Jahir Ocampo from Mexico. The retail cost of the Edox Delfin Mecano is €1,550. .