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Dive into the very heart of the Steinhart Ocean 39 Marine Blue, a magnificent watch that brings you the beauty of the ocean with its mesmerising blue and golden hues. This exquisite timepiece never ceases to impress with its strong military connections dating all the way back to the late 1970s. Discover the rich history behind every detail incorporated into this watch that bestows a tribute to its robust predecessors used by the French Royal Navy in the past, specifically the personnels in French Navy school -- the Ecole De Plongee and officers controlling the “Sous marins”.
Coming from a long lineage of iconic timepieces, the Ocean 39 Marine Blue is the breathtaking result of Gnomon Watches continuous collaboration with Steinhart. Our loyalty and friendship forged through thick and thin with this German watchmaker forms the foundation upon which we craft a phenomenal watch, fit for a king. As the first and only authorised dealer for Steinhart in Singapore, we have built a strong partnership with this renowned brand for more than two decades. We are greatly honoured to forge a coveted place on the dial of this Steinhart timepiece. Spot our company logo proudly laid out at 6 o’clock, perpendicular to the familiar Steinhart logo at 12 o’clock.
|Steinhart Ocean 39 Marine Blue - Ltd Ed 200pcs|
The Ocean 39 Marine Blue presents our first ever signature branded onto the dial of a timepiece, an indelible mark in history for Gnomon Watches. This double signed dial exudes an alluring sense of nostalgia as it was a common sight in the early 50s and 60s, making its collectability appeal much higher than its competitors.
Listen to the heartbeat of the ocean with the reliable automatic ETA 2824-2 / SW 200 élaboré movement that powers this Swiss-made timepiece. Operating at 28,800 bph (4 Hertz) with hacking and hand winding capabilities, this calibre is built with 25 jewels and a power reserve of approximately 40 hours. This manual-wind movement also allows the case of the watch to be thinner and lighter, fitting comfortably on most wrist sizes.
Made from 316L stainless steel, the case of this timepiece flaunts a satin-brushed finish on the top of its lugs and polished sides, mirroring the finishing of dive watches back in the 1960s. This 39mm case has a 47mm lug to lug and a height of 14mm. The Ocean 39 Marine Blue also features a classic diver bezel, with a luminous pip at its 12 o'clock. This brilliant blue bezel has deep and clean knurling on its side for excellent grip during operation. Polished to perfection, this unidirectional stainless steel bezel displays all the grandeur of this watch in 120 clicks.
|Satin brushed lugs with polished sides & bezel|
“Old Radium” Super-LumiNova glows green in the dark
The squared markers enchant with golden hues that change to a burnt brown colour over time, akin to the patina that forms on bronze watch cases. Declared by the “L Swiss L” nomenclature at the bottom, this colour change adds a vintage touch to this timepiece and is caused by the “Old Radium” Super-LumiNova painted onto the markers and handset that glows green in the dark. Furthermore, the Ocean 39 Marine Blue has a screw down Steinhart signed crown that allows for a water resistance of 100m.
Another trait that is unique to this watch is its domed Hesalite crystal, the same material fitted on the military watches of the French Navy in the 70s . This sturdy acrylic crystal gives off warm retro vibes and is hugely esteemed by vintage dive watch enthusiasts. Only the first 200 timepieces will be fitted with the Hesalite crystal. Subsequent production will only come in domed sapphire crystal.
|Engraved serial number on caseback|
The Ocean 39 Marine Blue comes on a satin-brushed oyster bracelet with screw links and a flip-lock. Tapered from 20mm to a slim 16mm, this stainless steel bracelet blends in with and extends its case and bezel, made with the same material, to form a single perfect timepiece. It also brings out the splendeur of this watch, gracing it with a timeless sophistication that is truly one of a kind. This metal bracelet does not typically come with military-issued watches in the past, but it tops off the sleek look of this watch so well that we just had to include it!
This prime timepiece exudes a sense of adventure and is one of the rarest, rawest and at the same time most handsome tool watches that will satisfy your collector’s needs. Do note that only the first 200 pieces with Hesalite crystal and double signed dial will have a unique serial number, reminiscent of military numbering in the 70s and subsequent pieces will be sterile. Hurry and be among the first 200 to get the exclusive collectable Steinhart Ocean 39 Marine Blue. And just like a snowflake, each timepiece is different in its own special way. Presenting la couronne de l'océan, la montre pour toi (the crown of the ocean, the watch for you).
On the wrist