Carl F. Bucherer Patravi ScubaTec Black

Originally dispatched in 2013, the Patravi ScubaTec is Carl F. Bucherer ‘s vision of a jump watch. Furthermore, it packs all that you can anticipate from an extravagance jump watch, being fully-prepared for profound plunges up to 500m. Following the uncommon release ‘ Black Manta ‘, the Lucerne-based manufacturer has as of late dispatched a cool black and silver version. We should take a nearer look.

The most recent emphasis of the Patravi ScubaTec comes in a super light titanium case that has been DLC-covered for a covertness black look. The huge 44.6mm case stands apart with its short rakish, faceted carries. The screw-down, simple to-grasp crown is flanked by a couple of crown watches fixed by hexagonal screws. The enormous unidirectional bezel works decisively and twofold knurling guarantees great grasp. It is fitted with a black artistic supplement and an enormous brilliant pearl. The water opposition is appraised 50 ATM/500m and there is a helium relief valve on the case, at 8 o’clock. The general execution is exact and comes to pass robustness.

The back dial is decorated with a scale-like example. Along with the wedge-formed raised hour markers, it makes a striking feeling of profundity. To guarantee simple and exact timekeeping altogether conditions, all the dial’s components are covered with brilliant material that gleams blue.

Turning the watch more than, two Manta beams are engraved in relief on the screw-down caseback. Inside is the programmed type CFB 1950-1 (in light of the attempted and-tried ETA-2824 design). The accuracy of this strong workhorse is certified by the COSC, the Swiss chronometer testing establishment. There is a hacking second for exact time-setting. Running at 28,800 vibrations each hour, its force save is of 38 hours when fully twisted. It shows the hours, minutes, seconds and the date.

The Carl F. Bucherer Patravi ScubaTec Black comes either on an embellished elastic tie or an elastic tie with PET material layer. It is fixed to the situation by screws for extra security. The watch is gotten to the wrist on account of a DLC-titanium safety folding catch with a fold-out plunging expansion. On the wrist, this almost 45mm watch wears cozy and compact gratitude to the ergonomic short carries.

The Carl F. Bucherer Patravi ScubaTec Black is a watch with an unmistakable character. If it has all the credits of a profound jumper (500m water-opposition, HRV), it feels to some degree different from the prototype plunge watch, specifically with its detailed case plan. It is a jump watch that looks great ashore and ocean. If you like the ScubaTec style, this is without question probably the coolest form: it is difficult to turn out badly with a silver and black plan. Cost is set at EUR 6,400. For more information, if it’s not too much trouble, visit www.carl-f-bucherer.com .