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Swiss Made Dive watch

Each watch is individually assembled in Switzerland in our workshops by one skilled watchmaker with the utmost concentration

Delma’s hometown, Lengnau near Biel/Bienne, lies at the core of the Swiss watchmaking region which stretches from Geneva in the south-west to Basel in the north-east. ZeitZentrum, the only German-speaking watchmaking-school in Switzerland, is located just one kilometre from Delma’s headquarters and all of our highly-qualified horologists hold a degree from this prestigious institution.

 

See how a real Swiss watch compare to a cheaper Japanese watch, when a professional watchmaker breaks down two different watches; one watch with Japanese movement and another with Swiss movement.

A Look at Periscope Automatic

The Periscope’s namesake from 1969 is the pioneer of Delma’s submariner tradition as the company’s first timepiece designed for diving.

Daring; Present-day models have sturdy and intricate technical features which give them the dexterity to perform as professional diving instruments that exceed contemporary standards. 

Unique features

The current models are sleek and smart with a lustrous black bezel paired with a dramatic black, white, bright orange or yellow dial

Mechanism Automatic
Caliber Delma custom rotor, ETA 2824-2
Power reserve (h) 38h
Number of jewels 25
Frequency 28’800 A/h
Case material Stainless steel
Case back Stainless steel w/ transparent crystal
Size in mm 45.5
Height in mm 13.7
Weight in grams 205
Water resistance 50 ATM / 500 m / 1650 ft
Bezel Stainless steel, unidirectional diver bezel
Dial color White
Lug size in mm 22
Bracelet color Silver
Clasp Deployant clasp with security fold over
Functions Date, Unidirectional diver bezel

 

No dive Is too deep

Always dive within your limits – but know that this watch will stay with you all the way.

Delma Periscope, automatic divers’ watch, mechanical movement with date. Stainless steel case and bracelet. Unidirectional stainless steel diver bezel. White dial, applied indexes with luminous markers. Silver hour, minute and red-tipped seconds hand with luminous markers.
Water-resistant to 50 ATM / 500 m / 1650 ft.

 

Luminary

The unidirectional bezel crowned by a luminous circular indicator allows for precise timing in all lighting conditions while the substantial indexes and striking dial varieties aid effortless performance up to 500 m / 1650 ft.