Delma Cayman Worldtimer Automatic
Dive and Travel Functions Come Together in This Overbuilt Tool Watch
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Why settle for just a dive watch when you can have a world timer too? Delma’s new Cayman Worldtimer Automatic offers both in a single package, combining the water resistance and practical features meant for diving with a GMT complication and a bezel for tracking time zones around the world. It also looks the part for the adventurous world traveler, with some vintage inspiration thrown in for good measure.
Not content to merely offer a handy combination of features, Delma shows it means business by giving its automatic dive watch an above-and-beyond water resistance of 500m. And despite this relatively hardcore water resistance rating, the brand was still able to offer a view of the movement through a display case back.
Housed in a 42mm-wide, 13.6mm-thick steel case, an ETA 2893 automatic movement handles the Cayman’s timekeeping and the GMT function. The GMT hand tracks a second time zone in 24-hour format, while the bezel rotates in order to allow the user to quickly reference the time in cities around the world.
The Delma Cayman Worldtimer is available directly from the brand in three different colorways for a price of $2,190 on a leather strap or $2,290 on a steel mesh bracelet. Quartz versions are also available with 200m of water resistance, thinner cases and prices from $650 to $825.
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