Glashütte sees the colourful side of life with the new two-toned SeaQ

A top player in the production of professional diving watches, Glashütte returns to the forefront of the watchmaking scene with a new model, the new two-toned SeaQ.


Steeped in history, this new piece is the reincarnation of the German watchmaker’s very first diving watch, the Spezimatic type RP TS 200 made in 1969. The two-toned SeaQ, the latest in a long line of timelessly elegant tool watches, will accompany experienced divers on their underwater adventures and in their everyday lives. This unisex model is designed for the men and women of today and can be worn on the beach, at the office or on a romantic rendezvous under the stars.

Colourful precision and reliability

This diving watch, which is driven by a calibre 39-11 automatic movement, is water resistant to 20 bar (200 metres) and boasts a stunning satin-brushed galvanised blue dial. The timepiece has proven itself through a series of tests, including DIN 8306 and ISO 6425 procedures, certifying it as a professional diving watch. It has hour, minute and seconds functions as well as stop-seconds and the date at 3 o'clock.

A unique look

A 39.5 mm case in stainless steel and yellow gold; a rotating bezel with a ceramic insert; a closed and engraved case back; hands, numerals and markers coated in Super-LumiNova to ensure optimal readability even in the darkest conditions... The timepiece plays with contrasts, alternating the warm tones of gold with the deep blue of the dial. Thanks to its two interchangeable straps, it adapts to your style depending on the time of day and what you're doing. With its blue synthetic strap and its black rubber strap fitted with a pin or folding buckle, the two-toned SeaQ accompanies men and women of action during the most important moments of their lives and when up against sports and everyday challenges.



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