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Introducing the Abyss 2 from Zelos, Now Available for Pre-Order

Introducing the Abyss 2 from Zelos, Now Available for Pre-Order

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The Abyss was the greatest, baddest jumper at any point put out by Zelos. Evaluated to 3,000 meters and heavily clad with a thick, rakish bronze case, the Abyss was one monster of a watch and a fan-top choice for the individuals who love forceful jump watches. Presently it’s getting an update, and this time it’s packed with little subtleties that have come to characterize the brand. The CuSn8 bronze case (it begins looking nearly rose-gold however rapidly patinas) measures 43mm wide and 19mm tall. There are no ifs ands or buts, this is a fat watch, so on the off chance that you’re considering giving this one a go, that’s a thickness and presence you must be comfortable with on the wrist. The haul to-carry estimation is generally tempered at about 51.5mm, which is a number that bodes well relatively with the width of the case. A 7mm-thick, twofold domed sapphire gem ensures the dial, and it includes an interior enemy of intelligent coating.

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There are two variants of the case. Named the Turbine (more on this later), the first is a solitary crown with an outside, 120-click unidirectional diver’s bezel. The second is a double crown with an outside diver’s bezel and an interior 12-hour bezel for following a second timezone. Both element lumed markers and engraved, lumed logos on the crowns. A helium get away from valve sits at nine.

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The double crown emphasis is accessible in four dial variations: Green, Black, and Blue (all round brushed); just as a restricted contribution of a shooting star dial. The last is truly cool face to face, and Zelos has been at the bleeding edge of offering this uncommon material at a far lower cost than different creators for the most part can (or do). A Sellita SW200 development controls the double crown version.

The Turbine comes in two dial tones: Black and Blue (bothalso round brushed). This variant gets its name from the sub-dial at six, which utilizes a turning turbine instead of a sub-seconds hand. This is new for the brand, and it’s a detail that gives the dial some additional surface (however Zelos’ dials by and large aren’t ailing in that office). The Turbine is furnished with a Sellita SW260.

The watches are right now accessible for pre-request. The Turbines are $669, the double crown jumpers are $569, and the double crown with a shooting star dial is $769. The bundle incorporates a movement roll; an elastic, material, and calfskin tie; and a lash apparatus. In the event that you need to invest a few active energy with these, Zelos is one of the introducing brands at this year’s Wind^Up , commencing at 11 am today. Zelos

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