Venturo field watch by Gruppo Gamma

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Venturo field watch by Gruppo Gamma

Post by koimaster » June 24th 2019, 3:03pm


Deposit: US$ 100

Balance (to be paid when watch is ready for shipping): US$ 299

Preorders received after 15th June will be fulfilled in July.


316L stainless steel, water resistance 200m, weight 130g

Diameter 42mm, length 50mm lug-to-lug

Height 12.5mm excluding 1.5mm crystal

Lug width 22mm

Bezel with polished top and brushed side

Case with brushed sides

Double domed sapphire crystal with underside anti-reflective coating

Stainless steel caseback

Screw lock crown


Seiko SII NH35

21600 bph

Automatic bi-directional winding

Accuracy between -20 to +40 s/ day, power reserve 41 hrs


Matte cream sandwich dial filled with Swiss SuperLumiNova®

Black markers

Black hour, minute and seconds hands with Swiss SuperLumiNova®


Canvas strap, khaki, width 22/22mm, length 125/75mm or 130/80mm

Premium leather strap, width 22/22mm, length 120/80mm (free with preorder)

Fitted using spring bars


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Re: Venturo field watch by Gruppo Gamma

Post by biglove » June 24th 2019, 8:26pm

conjurer wrote:There is so little to like about this boring piece of fucking shit that I am going to hammer a Cabriole table leg up my fucking ass.

But it's a special microbrand offering awesome stories about the brand's inspiration and how they take stock parts and create something worth way more than you would pay for a comparable quality Swiss Seiko Hammy. Blahblahblahblah
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