When it comes to diving in the Great Barrier Reef, our Rasmus 2000 watch is completely in its element. On top of this, it also needs to prove its worth when used in the rough waters of the Baltic Sea or during a dive in a murky lake. We therefore worked with research divers from the University of Rostock when developing this model. They use the watch when training budding maritime archaeologists or marine biologists as a wide variety of different diving sites and will regularly inform us about their experiences with the Rasmus 2000. We have worked together to make the Rasmus 2000 a functional time measuring instrument that is not only extremely easy to read, but also highly pressure-resistant.
Movement: SW 200-1 Mühle Version, automatic, Mühle version with woodpecker neck regulation, own rotor, characteristic surface finishes, stop-second, fast date correction, 38-hr power reserve
Case: Stainless steel with a brushed finish, Protection against magnetic fields us to 80,000 A/m, Unidirectional bezel, 3.5mm thick domed and anti-glare sapphire crystal, Screwed case back, Screw-in crown, Water-resistant to 200 bars, rubber strap with stainless steel pin buckle or stainless steel bracelet with extension and stainless steel safety clasp, Screwed strap attachment bridges.
Dimensions: Diameter – 44.0 mm; Height – 17.3 mm
Dial: Black, Hour markers and hands coated in Super LumiNova, intensely luminous
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