29/11/2020 5:00 pm

Squale has added a new model to its Sub-39 collection – this little-boy-blue is the new Sub-39 SuperBlue.

The model distinguishes itself from other models in the collection not only by its dreamy, sea blue dial but with its set of “dauphine” hands. 

Seldom seen on a but not unheard of on a diver, the hands work beautifully with the dial’s oversized professional markers; making this the most legible of all the Sub-39 models.

As advertised the Sub-39 gets 39mm in diameter case. While this is a pint-sized diver it still has proper 300 meters of water-resistance. This has been constructed from 316L Stainless steel and fitted with a 120-click, brushed steel diver’s bezel and AR-treated domed sapphire crystal.

Powering the Sub-39 SuperBlue is a Swiss made Sellita SW200 automatic movement. Btw all hands and dial are with Swiss SLN. The watch has a Swiss MSRP is 1’189CHF. 

Thoughts? So nice, so small!


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