New Colors for Summer: Circula Adds to the AquaSport II and Super Sport Collections

As a family business based in Pforzheim, one of the centers of German watchmaking, Circula has been producing distinctive, precise and reliable functional watches for more than 60 years. The watches are robust and suitable for all adventures – on land, in the air or under water. This rings also true for the latest extensions of the AquaSport II and SuperSport collections that come with cool colors and a nice price tag below $1,000.

The AquaSport II is presented in three new colors in refreshing shades of orange, yellow and turquoise, matching the diving watch theme with cool wave patterns on the dials. The date discs are color-matched too, with the orange and yellow versions featuring a gradient effect on the dial.

The 40mm, 200m water-resistant retro-style tool watches feature a unidirectional rotating diver’s bezel with 120 clicks, which is fitted with a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal insert. Equipped with Swiss Super-LumiNova C3 X1, these watches guarantee exceptional visibility underwater and at night. They are powered by the reliable Swiss automatic movement Sellita SW200 in Elaboré grade.

The SuperSport collection is also being expanded with bright orange and yellow dials. This special 40mm diver’s watch has a super-compressor function in the caseback, making it more and more watertight when the pressure increases. The unidirectional, internally rotating diver’s bezel engages also with 120 clicks and the scale is coated with Super-LumiNova C3 X1. The sandwich dial with Super-LumiNova BGW9 also contributes to the excellent legibility in all lighting conditions. With a water resistance of 300m and the self-winding Sellita SW200 movement in Elaboré quality, the SuperSport series checks the boxes for a serious diver’s watch.

The AquaSport II turquoise is available from $820 (excl. VAT). The SuperSport orange and yellow start at $900 (excl. VAT) on a tropical rubber strap. Both models are available with rubber straps or bracelets.

To learn more, visit Circula, here.

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