The freshest delivery from YEMA exploits the current delirium for watches propelled by soda pops and superheroes in a savvy plan that is consistent with the brand’s device watch roots. The Superman Heritage GMT takes the Superman Heritage jumper as its motivation, and incorporates the very bolting bezel component that has become YEMA’s calling card. Furthermore, those bezels? All things considered, they’re accessible in an assortment of colorways that have demonstrated to have a wide allure in late watch history. Let’s investigate the new GMT offering from the French watchmaker.
YEMA Superman Heritage GMT
- Case Material: Stainless steel
- Dial: Black
- Dimensions: 39mm
- Crystal: Sapphire
- Water Resistance: 300 meters
- Crown: Screw down with locking bezel include
- Movement: ETA 2893-2
- Strap/bracelet: Steel bracelet
- Price: $1,499
- Expected Release: Available for pre-request July 22; delivering in November
The Superman Heritage GMT is a basic multi-time region watch using the ETA 2893 development, a type that perusers of this site and devotees of the watches we cover will be very acquainted with at this point. As the GMT complication has detonated in notoriety throughout the most recent couple of years, this development has gotten an exercise from a large group of little brands. A basic “caller” GMT, it considers the simple following of double cross zones through a freely set GMT hand (rather than a Rolex-style GMT where the neighborhood hour hand is bounced in single hour increases as you cross time regions). On the off chance that you work together in a distant time region, call family members abroad as often as possible, or need some assistance monitoring when that flood of the Cricket World Cup will begin, at that point this is an inconceivably helpful GMT movement.
The case and dial of the Superman Heritage GMT lose a lot of vintage vibes, unmistakably taking motivation from the most famous GMT of all, the Rolex GMT Master. Coming in at just shy of 40mm in breadth, the case should wear comfortably for most in a size that won’t become dated. The watch is brushed in general and water-impervious to 300 meters, equivalent to YEMA’s comparable committed jump watch, so this one is appropriate for watersports of different sorts.
So, the Superman Heritage GMT is a proficient instrument watch, with a strong development, made by a brand with genuine heritage and a mark style. Be that as it may, the genuine draw here, and the explanation this watch will, I believe, be a commercial achievement, is the bezel assortment. The famous Pepsi and Coke colorways are unobtainium and at a lot more exorbitant cost point in the Rolex world, and the blue/dim Batman-style game plan is similarly as difficult to find. YEMA, with this assortment, is offering a huge load of that style and appeal in a considerably more agreeable bundle, without being a directly up duplicate. While it’s not a substitute for a vintage GMT Master or a spic and span Batman on a Jubilee arm band (as of now selling for almost double the five-figure retail cost on the optional market), these watches absolutely democratize the overall tasteful, which many will welcome with great affection. All things considered, each is restricted to 100 pieces. So in the event that you need to partake in YEMA’s take on a symbol, act rapidly.
The Superman Heritage GMT is accessible for pre-request now through YEMA’s site, with expected conveyance in November 2019. YEMA