In 2014, the Danish watch brand Georg Jensen launched a 42-mm dive watch powered by an ETA 2824 movement. The surprisingly heavy Georg Jensen Delta Dive (named after the fourth letter of the Greek alphabet) offers 200-meter water resistance, a sapphire crystal with magnifying lens, a black ceramic bezel insert, a steel bracelet (without divers’ extension) and a sandwich-style dial.
Two versions of this mechanical watch are available: one with a case in black PVD and the other in regular stainless steel.
And since we at DiveIntoWatches.com recently had the chance to handle both the stainless steel and PVD versions — during a visit to the brand’s boutique in Munich — we simply couldn’t resist taking a couple of (very) quick photos, which are presented below.
In short, we were pleasantly surprised by the watch’s overall look and feel — but would have preferred that Georg Jensen offered an option with a less dominant magnifying lens, or even one entirely without a date function.
The Georg Jensen Delta Dive can be ordered in the brand’s online store; prices start at $2,400.
Beautiful looking watches. Jensen have definitely blended classic and modern styles well. The magnifying glass could have been less powerful for sure but this one reminds one of water drops and diving compatibility.