Catamaran Seal 8051 Chronograph Watch - Comfort Combined with Technical Mastery

Dec 14, 2010
The Swiss watchmaking company Catamaran delights the audience with its new Seal 8051 chronograph watch, which successfully combines comfort, harmony and technical mastery.

The new Catamaran watch is embodied in a 42 mm case, sculptured in high-resistant stainless steel. The case is equipped with a triple lock screw-in winding crown, positioned at 3 o’clock. It is joined by two neat chronograph pushers, featured at 2 and 4 o’clock. The water-resistance of the timepiece is assured down to 200 meters.

The company’s peerless artisans have also fitted the case with a screw-in back. On its front side, meanwhile, the model is assembled with a dome curved crystal, which offers a high level of resistance.

The top quality glass is held in place by a unidirectional self-cleaning turning diving bezel. The latter is marked with oversized Arabic numerals.

The new Seal 8051 chronograph watch is available with 5 different dial executions. The perfectly balanced display offers the basic functions of hours, minutes and seconds, complimented by those of split second, chronograph and date.

Taking care of hours, minutes and seconds are light-toned central hands, which make a fine contrast with the dark background of the display. They circulate over three white-painted Arabic numerals, revealed at 3, 9 and 12 o’clock. The numbers are joined by square-shaped hour-markers, performed in the same color. Some of the indexes are allied with round elements.

Set within the dial are also 60-second, 30-minute and 12-hour chronograph counters, positioned at 6, 10 and 2 o’clock respectively. Additionally, the display offers a date indication, arranged in the aperture at 4 o’clock. On the extremity of the dial, the user can find a tachymeter scale.

The interior life of the timepiece in question is represented by a Swiss-made quartz movement -251.272.

An assorted water-repellent leather strap, finalized by a folded buckle, completes the features of the new Catamaran watch. The eye-catching model is covered by a 12-month international warranty.

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