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Delma Oceanmaster Antarctica

Post by koimaster » April 3rd 2020, 10:45am

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It is 200 years since the discovery of Antarctica, a place that is now synonymous with scientific exploration and perilous adventures. Perusing various historical archives reveals there is some debate as to who actually discovered it. Back in 1820, there were two rival expeditions, one from Russia and a second from Great Britain.

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Model: Delma Oceanmaster Antarctica

Reference: 41701.670.6.049

Case: Stainless steel; diameter 44mm; height 13.8mm;
water resistance 50ATM (500m); sapphire crystal to the front and solid caseback.
Functions: Hours; minutes; central sweep seconds; date; nautical bezel; points of sail markings; tactical planner
Movement: Calibre ETA 2824-2; automatic movement; frequency 28,800 vph (4Hz); 25 jewels; power reserve 38 hours
Bracelet: Stainless steel 3-rows bracelet with a deployant, featuring a safety clasp and pushers.
Price: €1390 (RRP as at 31.3.2020)
Limited Edition: 200 pieces

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Re: Delma Oceanmaster Antarctica

Post by MKTheVintageBloke » April 3rd 2020, 11:46am

conjurer wrote:
April 3rd 2020, 10:53am
The author of this article is short-listed for the Mickey Spillane Over-Writing Award.
We should create some awards for particularly bad writers, no? The Clive Cussler Graphomania Award could be one. The certifiably worst should, however, receive the Bazinga Cross of Demerit.
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