Swiss watch brand Edox presents North Sea 1967 Automatic, a new diving timepiece in a limited edition of just 320 pieces.
The North Sea Divers, who in 1967 first helped unlock the riches off the coast of Norway, paved the way for the country to invest its wealth in socially and environmentally friendly projects that will benefit generations to come.
Swiss watchmaker Edox, the official watch partner of the North Sea Divers, honours the achievements of these divers with the release of an historical limited edition timepiece.
Just 320 pieces available worldwide, the Edox 43mm North Sea 1967 Automatic pays homage to classic vintage dive watches of the past, such as the legendary Edox Delfin. The aged bronze case which houses the automatic Calibre 80 movement reinforces Edox’s strong maritime connections and reflects the rich and colourful history of the deep-sea diving industry.
The North Sea 1967 Historical Limited Edition has outstanding water resistances of 320m. The hands and indices are coated with Superluminova for enhanced visibility at night or in the water.
The individually numbered case back features a stylised diver’s helmet, the official logo of the North Sea Divers.
Featuring a black leather strap or with a water resistant black nylon and leather strap, the North Sea 1967 Historical Limited Edition is a fitting tribute to the North Sea’s deep-dive pioneers.
Model: Edox North Sea 1967 Automatic Historical Limited Edition
Reference: 80118 BRN N67
Caliber 80 (based on SW200)
Case and dial
14mm case height
Water resistance: 320M / 32 ATM
Superluminova on hands
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