HourTime Show Watch Podcast Episode 169: Hanging At CES 2015

HourTime Show Watch Podcast Episode 169: Hanging At CES 2015

I recall the first watch Carlos Carvalho produced years ago under his then new Prometheus brand, called the Ocean Diver, that we reviewed here on aBlogtoWatch. About five years later, Prometheus watches has beat the odds for a small independent watch maker and continues to release new timepieces, almost prolifically. We can't review all their new creations, but here is a review of the Prometheus Sailfish timepiece in blue.

The movement inside is the ETA 2836-2 which, beyond the three-hand layout, offers day and date indications – although it is at times like these when one wonders how the face of the watch would look with a solid dial without any apertures. Unsurprisingly, the wide case offers plenty of real estate for a full sapphire caseback that provides a comprehensive view of the movement that is the basic, workhorse ETA movement dressed up with a customized rotor. It runs at 4 Hertz and offers 40 hours power reserve, which are, again, typical ETA specs.

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