Favre-Leuba Raider Deep Blue – Hands-on with Live Photos, Specs and Price

Favre-Leuba Raider Deep Blue – Hands-on with Live Photos, Specs and Price

Recently we provided details regarding the restoration of the Favre-Leuba brand, driven by the dispatch of the intense Raider Harpoon and Raider Bivouac 9000. Propelled by brand’s past wonders, these instruments watches are two monsters intended for the most extraordinary undertakings, either deep submerged or at the most elevated heights. On the off chance that you are not prepared for these monstrous 46 and 48mm watches, the Raider Deep Blue gives a restrained other option, while as yet holding the assortment’s solid and unmistakable character.

The Favre-Leuba Raider Deep Blue is a cool, unmistakable, retro-themed jump watch. Albeit the 1960s/1970s motivation is clear, it has been modernized into a contemporary watch. The Deep Blue name itself comes from a noteworthy Favre-Leuba model.

With perfect, unique lines, the 44mm tonneau (barrel in English) shape case includes a bi-shading unidirectional bezel to monitor jump times. Made of anodized aluminum, it is delivered in orange/dark or blue/dark. The substance of the watch has different completions to make a feeling of profundity and differentiation. The matte dark dial is finely grained, which add much more ‘vintage’ contact to the watch. The hour markers are faceted squares, and these are loaded up with brilliant material, as are the hands. The hour and moment hands are clearly enlivened by those of the Bathy 160, anyway the seconds are set apart by a short and unique focal turning circle/pointer.

The Raider Deep Blue has a water obstruction rating of 30 ATM/300 m gratitude to its screw-in crown and screwed case back. The case back is adjusted: the logo is consistently the correct far up and similarly situated, which is a pleasant touch as all the time this isn’t the situation for screwed case backs.

The Raider Deep blue is controlled by a programmed development showing hours, minutes, seconds and the date. The programmed development is a Sellita SW200, which is a solid and exact partner, identical to the notable ETA 2824.

Thanks to its case plan and coordinated elastic tie, the watch fits comfortably and cozily on the wrist. A metal arm band with security collapsing catch with jumping augmentation framework and cowhide ties are likewise available.

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Technical particulars – Favre-Leuba Raider Deep Blue

  • Case: 44 mm width x 13.5 mm thick – steel case – unidirectional pivoting bezel – screw-in crown – sapphire precious stone with antireflective covering on the two sides – screwed and adjusted case back – Water impervious to 30 ATM/300m.
  • Movement: mechanical development with programmed winding (Sellita SW200 base) – 38h force save – 28’800 vibrations/h – 26 gems – Functions: hours, minutes, seconds and date
  • Strap: elastic with pin clasp or steel arm band with wellbeing collapsing fasten and plunging augmentation system
  • Price: Depends on the decision for lash or wristband, and the decision for tempered steel or firearm metal PVD. It begins with the Raider Deep Blue in hardened steel with elastic tie for CHF 2.290 Swiss Francs. On steel wristband is the most costly form and this comes in at CHF 2.790 Swiss Francs.