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Delma Cayman Automatic – an Affordable, Retro-Styled 500m Diver

Delma Cayman Automatic – an Affordable, Retro-Styled 500m Diver


Delma, the free Swiss watch brand established during the 1920s became well known with its strong profound plunge watches. The most recent ‘ultimate divers’ watch’, the Blue Shark III and its 4,000m water-safe case, will be accompanied by another nautical-roused piece, yet in the moderate portion. Retro style, Swiss automatic development, 500m water-resistance… for not exactly a great. Meet the Delma Cayman Automatic.

What is the Cayman? Plainly, not an upset, as we’re looking at an exceptionally old style offer: a vintage-roused automatic jump watch, which regards all the codes of the business. Nevertheless, it is a promising watch, with a pleasantly planned case, wonderful shading codes and a dependable automatic development at a good cost. Furthermore, that’s enough to tickle our interest.

The instance of the Delma Cayman Automatic is a modernized form of an exemplary 1970s theme. The hardened steel case has vigorous 42mm x 13.3mm extents and a plan regular of this period, with sharp points, brushed surfaces and a cleaned slope running on the hauls. It includes the basic unidirectional bezel with jumping scale, a huge crown and a strong 500m water-obstruction – all that anyone could need for every day use…

The Delma Cayman Automatic likewise comes with a smooth dial, with applied markers and facetted hands. All are loaded up with brilliant paint giving a decent differentiation and ideal intelligibility. The showcase is traditional, with hours, minutes, seconds and date at 3 o’clock. The sunray-brushed dial is accessible in 3 unique tones – dark, blue and silver – as is the aluminum embed on the bezel – in dark, blue or burgundy.

Inside the instance of this automatic adaptation of the Delma Cayman is the omnipresent ETA 2824-2, a dependable and simple to-support Swiss development obvious through a sapphire caseback (note that a quartz rendition is likewise accessible). The watch can be worn on either a leather tie with a steel pin clasp or a Milanese lattice steel bracelet.

The Delma Cayman Automatic is a pleasantly planned, proportional and, most importantly, a very much valued jump watch. Undoubtedly, the leather lash model will be accessible for CHF 990 while the Milanese lattice model will be evaluated at CHF 1,150. More subtleties at .