Sinn T50 Diving Watch Introduces Goldbronze Alloy

Frankfurt-based mechanical and quartz watch manufacturer Sinn releases its latest diving watch, the T50. It comes in the T50 full titanium model, the T50 GBDR Titanium case/Goldbronze bezel model, and the limited edition T50 Goldbronze, made entirely of Goldbronze.

The new alloy, named Goldbronze 125, is made of bronze and 12.5% gold. The addition of gold makes the metal more hypoallergenic, seawater-corrosion resistant, and slower to darken compared to pure bronze.

The watches feature a 41mm titanium case measuring 12.3mm thick, Captive Safety Diver’s Bezel, 500-meter water resistance, color-differentiated luminous hands and indices, sapphire crystal glass, multiple strap options, and Ar-Dehumidifying capsule technology. All the T50 variants are powered by the automatic Sellita SW300-1 with a date feature.

The full-Titanium T50 comes with a Tegimented bezel, a matte black dial, a bead-blasted Grade 5 titanium case, and several strap options, and costs $3,840. 

The T50 GBDR carries a $4,670 price tag and comes in a titanium case with a Goldbronze bezel, several strap options, a matte black dial, and a bead-blasted Grade 5 titanium case.

The limited edition T50 Goldbronze features a bead-blasted Goldbronze case, crown, and bezel, a titanium case back, a decorative ground dial making each watch unique, and a nylon strap. The watch purchase also comes with a cleaning cloth on a nylon strap with a pin buckle plus a ‘decorative grinding’ dial. Limited to only 300 examples, the T50 Goldbronze comes in at around $5,760.

Learn more about Sinn T50 models are now available through the Sinn website.


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