Introducing Eza Sealander

Introducing Eza Sealander

Last week the new proprietors of Eza boiled down to the Fratello Watches HQ in The Hague and showed us their Eza Sealander. Obviously that we generally prefer to have watch individuals over in our office to meander aimlessly about watches over an espresso, we love it when we will see another watch or new collection that has not been dispatched yet.

If you are into vintage watch gathering, you may perceive Eza as the brand from Pforzheim, Germany. That’s right. Pforzheim was long time one of those urban areas that was related with watchmaking, and even today you will a few brands and providers in this German city. Eza has attaches that return to 1921, established by Hermann Becker and had practical experience in assembling treated steel cases for watches. Later on, Eza created complete watches with in-house created developments (types HB312, 313 and 414) and water-safe cases (1950’s).

Today it is in the possession of two Dutch folks: Diederik van Golen en Adriaan Trampe, situated in Rotterdam. These two watch fans (Adriaan is a prepared watchmaker and Diederik holds a Master in Entrepreneurship) met each other in a bar of the Erasmus University grounds in Rotterdam. Examining watches and the watch business for a long while, they chose – numerous coffees (read: lagers) later – to resurrect a distant memory watch brand together. They might have picked a name from many watch marks that were stopped gratitude to the quartz insurgency that Seiko began, yet their eye fell on the Pforzheim company called Eza. The way that Eza made water safe cases and had crazy plans, made their horological heart tick quicker and was in accordance with their plans to come up with a “desk diver” watch.

Yes, a “desk diver” watch. Despite the fact that the Eza Sealander is water evidence to 300 meters, there is no crown monitor (the crown has three seals and is screw-down) and the watch comes on a calfskin lash. Thus, in principle, you could plunge with this watch without issues. Be that as it may, as we as a whole know, it is regularly more about the style of a jumpers watch than individuals really taking the watch out for a plunge. The exemplary look of the Eza Sealander makes it an exquisite watch, just accessible in 41mm, that can be worn during an event. The ties have this vintage look & feel to it, and the absence of crown watches cause it to help us to remember those Rolex Submariners and Omega Seamaster 300s before crown monitors were added. The Eza Sealander has a ceramic uni-directional bezel that gives a strong snap while pivoting it. The bezel has a C3 Super-LumiNova filled 60 minutes marker.

Inside, there is a Miyota based automatic development (type 9015) that’s used  in various microbrands these days. However, Eza disclosed to us that they are directing these developments in six situations in their workshop in Rotterdam before the cases are fixed. The Eza Sealander has a force hold of 42 hours and a hack second-hand.

Update September seventh 2016: Eza chose to proceed onward and use ETA 2824-2 for the entirety of their watches. The value stays the same.

As composed over, the treated steel (316L) case has a 41mm width (14.25mm thick) and a cleaned case band. The highest point of the carries have a brushed completion, between the hauls it estimates 22mm. The lapped dial has shiny applied lists loaded up with C3 Super-Luminova, for legitimate clarity during low-light conditions. The twofold domed sapphire precious stone has AR covering. Joined is a 22mm cowhide lash with vintage look yet in the bundle you will likewise discover a NATO strap.

The Eza Sealander will be conveyed in a high gloss watch box and inside you’ll locate a top notch cowhide watch move with the watch, extra ties and an evolving apparatus. Later on this month there will be an authority dispatch of the Eza Sealander and orders will be taken from that second on.

Eza’s Sealander will have a cost of € 849 Euro, including (21%) VAT.

More data on the Eza Sealander through .

Dutch brand Eza will likewise be available at the Dutch Made Showcase occasion

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