The most recent individual from the Patravi ScubaTec plunge family offers the performance credits of a professional jump watch and supports a decent motivation simultaneously; for this situation, the black manta beam. Utilizing a similar 44.6mm case and COSC-certified programmed development as the 2 017 Patravi ScubaTec Manta Trust watch, the 2019 model comes with a black DLC-covered titanium case and a black and bronze shading plan across the bezel, dial, and strap.
Corporate social duty (CSR) is becoming nearly as significant these days as a company’s items and locking onto a decent aim – be it ecological maintainability, charity or moral strategic approaches – is acquiring footing among watch brands. On account of Carl F. Bucherer, the black manta beam (or rather, the UK-based Manta Trust Charity ) will be the beneficiary of some portion of the returns created by the offer of the Patravi ScubaTec Black Manta Special Edition. Specifically, the cause will channel a portion of the funds to an examination project considering development examples and conduct of manta beams in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico.
Serious jump credentials
Two years prior the first Patravi ScubaTec Manta Trust was dispatched in a black/dark variant two or three manta beams floating across the dial and engraved on the caseback. In any case, don’t be misdirected into thinking that this was only a ‘feel great’ watch to mollify the natural still, small voice of work area jumpers; the ScubaTec Manta Trust was and is a professional instrument watch furnished with a helium discharge valve and plunging limit of 500m.
The 44.6mm instance of the 2019 Patravi ScubaTec Black Manta is produced using super light black DLC-covered titanium – an oddity for CFB. The shading plan of the watch coordinates the cool specialized nature of the black DLC-covered titanium with bits of bronze to bring out plunging instruments of days of old. The strong unidirectional pivoting bezel is produced using titanium and clay and echoes the bronze/black shading plan of the watch with a bronze-hued territory to demonstrate the immensely significant 15-minute commencement function for jumpers. The profound scores on the bezel are expected to help jumpers set the time wearing gloves. A helium valve at 8 o’clock and the screwed-down crown and caseback affirm the watch’s essential work. The applied records and the tips of the hands are treated with Super-LumiNova and discharge a blue sparkle in obscurity. A progression of even sections cross the black dial and in the middle are the outlines of two manta beams painted in a bronze colour.
Prepared to perform under the waves and offer exactness ashore, the watch features a date window at 3 o’clock and flaunts a COSC-certified development. Underneath the screw-down caseback engraved with a black manta beam, is the programmed CFB 1950.1 type dependent on a Swiss ETA 2824-2 – 4Hz frequency, programmed winding, 38h force hold, 25 gems – with COSC-chronometer certification.
In keeping with the protection theme, the watch comes with a black material lash composed for the most part from reused PET containers with bronze sewing and a folding fasten in DLC-covered titanium. The Patravi ScubaTec Black Manta is a special edition. Cost will be CHF 6,900. More subtleties on www.carl-f-bucherer.com .