Tempvs Compvtare Supports Sea Shepherd Conservation Society

Feb 24, 2010
Tempvs Compvtare has chosen to support the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society in its future campaign in the Mediterranean Sea. On this occasion the company has released a unique watch, named after the association.

The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society has protected and preserved the marine sea life for over thirty years. The organization possesses a fleet of three vessels, sailing under the standard of Jolly Roger, in which a shepherd stick is crossed by the trident of Neptune. In charge of it is captain Paul Wilson, a founder of NGO and a true ecologist.

Within a period of more than thirty years, the Sea Shepherd association succeeded in saving hundreds of thousands of animals, sharks, whales, dolphins and seals. According to UN statistics, there are about 700 illegal fishing boats, sailing in the Mediterranean Sea.

The Tempvs Compvtare Sea Shepherd Watch is a respectful nod to Paul Watson and his organization. The chronograph watch demonstrates very impressive lines.

Encouraged by the Farley Mowat, flagship of Sea Shepherd, the timepiece takes up its colors.

The Sea Shepherd Watch is powered by a mechanical self-winding chronograph movement Valjoux ETA 7750. It boasts a 42-hour power reserve. The functionality of the movement includes hours, minutes, small seconds, day and date, as well as calculation of immersion time.

It is housed in a 47 mm case, crafted from DLC steel. It frames a black dial, protected by an anti-glare sapphire crystal. The water-resistance of the watch is down to 200 meters.

Similar to other timekeepers from the renowned brand, the Sea Shepherd Watch doesnt employ in its manufacturing skins of a shark, stingray, mammal or reptile.

Ask a Question


posted by: / Feb 24, 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