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- Jul 17, 2014
Introducing Squale PeriscopeSep 22, 2022
Wanting to rely exclusively on high-grade professionals for the creation of every element of supply to their crews, Drass decided to entrust Squale with the task of creating a timepiece suitable for submarine operators, capable of meeting the technical requirements and honouring its great history of professionalism. Squale created Periscope model, made as a watch in supply to Drass employees, and not distributed commercially.
To celebrate this supply, today, in agreement with Drass, Squale has decided to market a model called Squale Periscope. All the features of the watch are the same as those of the Drass Periscope. Squale Periscope, infact, has just one difference from the one supplied to Drass, namely the dial: to underline the synergy between the two companies, it was decided to offer both the Squale logo and the Drass logo
|Watch Case Color||Black|
|Watch Dial Color||Black|
|Watch Band Color||Black|
|Watch Band Type||Sailcloth|
|Watch Case Material||316L Stainless Steel|
|Watch Case Width||42 mm|
|Watch Designed In||Italy|
|Watch Glass||Sapphire crystal with AR-coating|
|Watch Movement||Swiss Made Sellita SW200 Elaboré, Automatic|
|Watch Movement Type||Analog|
|Watch Packaging||Box & Papers|
|Watch Warranty||2 Years|
|Watch Water Resistancy||50 ATM|
|Watch Case Depth||16 mm|
|Watch Band Lug Width||20 mm|
The Squale Periscope: The watch for undersea vehicles enthusiastsThe story of Drass runs parallel with mankind’s passion for exploration of our oceans. Established in 1927 in Livorno, Italy, and headquartered in what has become one of the largest seaports in both the Mediterranean and the world, Drass’s unique history and extensive achievements have kept them at the forefront of manufacturing subaqueous technology.
Synonymous with some of the most influential maritime inventions of the twentieth century—they produced some of the earliest submarines, atmospheric diving suits which would revolutionize deep-sea exploration in the 1920s and 1930s, and the legendary human “maiali” torpedoes of World War II.
Today, Drass, in addition to offering a range of totally revamped traditional vehicles, continues to produce the most advanced vehicles for elite navies around the world
All the features of the watch are the same as those of the Drass Periscope in supply to Drass, making this watch available not only to professionals, but to all undersea and military enthusiasts.