Athens has always been known for its precise nautical timepieces. In more than 160 years of watchmaking history, it has won more than 4,300 championships. In the era of navigation without satellite positioning, the only navigation instrument on board was the Athens Navigation Observatory Clock, which was used in conjunction with the sun and horizontal lines to calculate the azimuth. At that time, the navies of more than 50 countries in the five continents of the world designated the Athens Marine Astronomical Timepiece as a necessary instrument for maritime navigation.
The latest ‘Maxi Sailing Dive Titanium Watch’ launched by Athens is a continuation of the existing Maxi Sailing Dive Watch Series. The 45 mm diameter case is finely polished, using lightweight anti-sensitive titanium, a one-way reverse diving chronograph bezel, available in 18K rose gold or stainless steel.
The face plate is decorated with wave three-dimensional patterns and luminous hour markers, and the time is clear and easy to read. In addition, the strap is specially selected with a black sea-textured rubber strap with rose gold or titanium metal components, which is integrated with the face plate to implement the inseparable relationship between the brand and the ocean. See-through case back design, let the self-winding movement and ruthenium-plated automatic disc reveal.
The movement is certified by the Swiss Official Observatory (C.O.S.C.), and the surface is equipped with an oversized second hand and a power reserve indicator. The beautiful case has an independent number plate on the side and is water-resistant to 200 meters.
Movement: automatic movement, UN-26 calibre, COSC certification, kinetic energy: 42 hours, functions: hours, minutes, seconds, big date, energy reserve indicator, case: titanium, size: 45 mm, outer ring: 18K pink Gold, crown: screw-in, mirror: anti-reflective sapphire crystal, water resistance: 200 meters, face plate: black guilloché wave pattern, strap: rubber with 18K rose gold or titanium