This Watch is Part of a Special Edition Collection Created to Commemorate the Partnership Between Meccaniche Veneziane and Watches and Crystals - Only 20 pieces have been Produced for Each Reference.
42mm X 14mm 316L Stainless Steel Case - Deep Satin Finish - Decorated Case Back - Unidirectional rotatable (120 clicks) Bezel with Blue Aluminium Insert - Anti-reflective Sapphire Glass Crystal
Automatic Self Winding Movement CAL.MV145 (undecorated version) with 24 Jewels - 21.600 bph, and a power reserve of 41 hours. The MV145 movement, developed from a Seiko NH35 base, is a caliber of unquestionable reliability, it has many other functions such as bi-directional winding and hacking seconds.
Cobalto Blue Dial with BGW9 Swiss Superluminova. Silver Tone Hands and Hour Markers
22mm X 20cm Real Italian Vintage Brown Leather Band with Stitches - Stainless Steel 316L Tang buckle with Meccaniche Veneziane Logo
Water Resistant 200M / 20 ATM - Screw Down Crown - Black Meccaniche Veneziane Box
We are the UK Meccaniche Veneziane Distributor and Retailer
Deep satin finish
This careful stylistic choice provides a more modern look to a design that aims to convey tradition and innovation at the same time. The deep satin finish is obtained through the use of special brushes by skilled craftsmen who finish each individual surface through a completely manual process. Several handmade steps are required to achieve a homogeneous result that passes the internal quality control process.
Swiss Super-LumiNova® BGW9 is a phosphorescent pigment, otherwise known as Lume, emits a Blue-Green glow in the dark (as the name suggest) when properly charged by either sunlight or artificial light. In a daylight condition, BGW9 is white in color.
Compared to the much more widespread C1 pigment, the BGW9 has a relative brightness more than triple, making it the most widespread solution in the haute horlogerie.
A case-back engraved with a story of heroes
Nereide’s hull, like that of her sister ship Nautilus, was shaped similar to a torpedo boat, designed by the well-kown Curio Bernardis. Nereide was a Nautilus-class submarine in the Italian Royal Navy (Italian: Règia Marina) during World War I. It was built 1911–1913 at the navy yard at Venice and was sunk in 1915 by the Austro-Hungarian submarine U-5 under the command of Georg Ritter von Trapp.