Watchmaker Sinn announced some time ago to expand his T1/T2 series. Now the two models are finally on the market, both with a stunning blue dial. The T1 B and T2 B debuted on Baselworld 2013 and their basic models are very similar. The titanium used for the case and the bracelet is a perfect partner for the blue dial and in keeps the watch extremely light.
Both watches were designed and built as instruments and they are meant to be used that way. They are rugged divers watches. The cases are made of high-strength titanium and bead-blasted and the Tegiment-Technology used on the bezel makes it especially scratch resistant. The watches are tested based on European diving equipment standards and pressure-resistant to 100 bar.
The Captive Safety Diver’s Bezel is prevented against addicental misadjustment. It is distinguished by two basic components: its secure attachment and rotation protection.
The arrow-shaped minute hand makes the set time especially easy to read. To ensure that this is also possible in the dark or in adverse viewing conditions, the T2 B also feature colour-differentiated luminous paint for the minute hand and key mark on the bezel for clear reading of set time. The watches feature hours, minutes and seconds as well as a date display.
The Sinn T1 B and T2 B come with a mechanical movement, the SOP A10-2 with a self-winding mechanism. It comes with a seconds stop function, is shock resistant and anti-magnetic.
The Sinn Ar-Dehumidifying Technology enhances functional reliability and freedom from fogging. The watches are designed to be functionally reliable from -45°C up to 80°C.
The Sinn T1 B weighs 71g without the bracelet, is 45 mm in diameter and waterresistant up to 1000 metres. The T2 B weighs only 59g without the bracelet, is 41 mm in diameter and waterresistant up to 2000 metres.
Both models are tested on European diving equipment standards and certified by DNV GL.
You can choose between blue leather- or rubber bracelets or a steel one.