Zenton Introduces Debut M45 Diver's Watch

Aug 25, 2010
The young Hong Kong-based house of Zenton has taken the wraps off its debut M45 divers watch. The exciting novelty comes in a variety of color combinations.

The brand has offered its potential customers a great opportunity to opt for manufactory-made or customized watchs elements. The latter include the color of the dial, the choice between hour markers or numerals as well as the material employed in the manufacturing of the bezel.

The new Zenton watch is proposed with an impressive 45 mm case, crafted from brushed stainless steel. It is equipped with a crown, on request placed on the left or the right side of the model.

The case is also outfitted with an automatic helium valve that allows gas trapped inside the watch during deep dives to safely escape during the ascent. The timepiece handles the depth of up to 2000 m - this capacity to resist extreme pressure goes far beyond the current standards.

The new M45 watch proudly exposes a clearly laid out dial. It is completed with hour-markers or numerals, highlighted with Superluminova. Pointing to the hours, minutes and seconds are imposing luminiscent hands. The date indication is offered in an aperture between 4 and 5 oclock. The display is shielded by a 4.3mm thick sapphire crystal, treated with anti-reflective coating.

The functions mentioned are animated by a Swiss-made ETA 2824-2 movement adjusted to 5 positions.

The new Zenton watch is accompanied by a stainless steel bracelet, which terminates in a butterfly buckle. Alternatively, it can be presented on a leather or rubber strap.

Equipped with professional diving features, this timekeeper will become a perfect companion for those who love to explore the sea bed.

Ask a Question


posted by: / Aug 25, 2010

Notice: All Comments are moderated, offensive or off-topic comments will be deleted.
You can also stay up to date using your favorite aggregator by subscribing to the RSS

Name:  (Comments are editable for 3 minutes)
Enter the code shown »

© InfoNIAC.com 2007-2012   All Rights Reserved