The Spirotechnique recaptures the style and design of the watch originally imagined by Jean René Parmentier in 1963. 50 years later, the legend is back with a new collaboration between Triton watches and Spirotechnique (Aqualung).
A legendary design…
The Spirotechnique case recaptures the lines of the design originally imagined by Colonel Jean René Parmentier in 1963. With its rounded, double-dome sapphire crystal and restrained proportions (39mm in diameter), the new Spirotechnique retains the vintage charm of its glorious predecessor. The Spirotechnique case is designed to withstand a depth of 200 meters, as it did in 1963. It is thoroughly tested against air and water.
Crown and crown guard
The position of the crown at 12 o’clock and its articulated crown guard are the DNA of Triton watches.These 2 iconic features immediately differentiate Triton watches from all other diver’s watches. A unique design since 1963.
The Spirotechnique is equipped with a customized Triton mechanical calibre on a La Joux-Perret G100 base with engraved Côtes de Genève on the rotor and bridge. This calibre, 100% Swiss Made with 28,800 beats per hour and 68 hours of power reserve, features automatic monodirectional winding.
Calibre with hours, minutes and seconds functions.
Instant date change with quick change facility.
Stop second (hacking) for precise time setting.
The Spirotechnique dial provides optimal legibility of the hands and date display.The creation of dials is a real art, requiring a great deal of manual skill. The “Super Luminova” luminescent material is applied by hand.The Triton Spirotechnique is fitted with a unidirectional notched bezel (120 clicks) with synthetic resin insert, offering all the charm of a vintage bezel. The graduations on this bezel feature a “Super Luminova” finish for maximum legibility in and out of water.
The new Triton Spirotechnique features a Tropic sport strap in the pure tradition of 60s diving watches. This strap was developed specifically for the Spirotechnique case. The attention to detail is reflected in the grained look of the rubber, typical of the 60s.
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