Deck Watch “Standard”
This timekeeping device of high accuracy is issued with a lever escapement. Its tolerance is held within +/- 9 seconds per day. The case is 53 mm in diameter. This magnetic-resistant model is manufactured in a stainless steel case with a gold-plated movement. Every single element of the watch is made following the highest standards.
The movement of the watch consists of over 500 parts, all of them being handmade and individually assembled with great care and precision by our specialists. The acceptable tolerance for components is as low as 0,001 millimetres to achieve better performance.
Our first deck watch was designed in 1952. Since 1953 the model has been in production and is still available for purchase. This timekeeping device serves as a backup and enables sailors to perform nautical observations and measurements at different points on a ship's deck.
Currently, work is underway for the development of a shock-resistant system for the balance wheel to withstand shock. Meanwhile, this deck watch is kept and maintained in a wooden mounting box. The case back is made of mineral crystal to expose the beautiful watch movement.
Along with the 6МХ marine chronometer, deck watches are the products we are most proud of. Leading watchmaking companies and experts have high regard for the quality of our timepieces. Undoubtedly, our highest priority is our customer gratitude and satisfaction.
Deck watches are not only a must for professional sailors, but they can also be a wonderful gift for those in love with the sea and ships.
At the customer’s request, the dial and design of the watch can be altered to give it a touch more individuality.
*The assembly and testing process takes 45 working days
|Case diameter||53 mm|
|Average tolerance||(+/-) 9 sec|
|Rate deviation||(+/-) 6 sec|
|Power reserve||40 hours|
|Weight||0,7 kg (box included)|
|Warranty period||18 months|
The set includes:
- Technical passport
- Technical description
- User’s manual
- Mounting box
- Outer carrying box
Certificate of Conformity