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.