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RALF TECH WRB Automatic Metal

the WRB is now available in 3 new versions with metal bracelet

The WRB is equipped with the RTA003 automatic movement offering this watch a power reserve of up to 40 hours. Its case is made of 316L surgical steel and its 39mm diameter make it a versatile watch, both sporty and elegant. The hands and hour markers of this timepiece are equipped with SuperLuminova®, allowing optimal visibility by day and night. Its 120-click unidirectional rotating bezel complies with the ISO 6425 standard, ensuring optimal use during dives. WRB Automatic Metal Finally, the WRB has a screwed-in case back and crown, guaranteeing an actual water resistance of at least 200 meters.

WRB Automatic Metal

WRB Ocean Metal © RALF TECH

3 versions of the WRB are now equipped with a brand new metal bracelet. They are the mythical First Edition, Original and Ocean versions! They are now called WRB First Edition Metal, WRB Original Metal and WRB Ocean Metal. Their bracelets, made of 316L surgical steel, with a classic design, are perfectly integrated to the cases thanks to custom-made clamps. It is thus possible to adjust them to fit the size of the wrist but also to enlarge them to wear them over a diving suit. In all cases, the multiple H-shaped links will allow you to adjust your bracelet to your needs. These bracelets have "easy lock" deploying buckles to make it easier to put on the WRB. These folding buckles are of course equipped with a safety system that prevents the bracelet from opening involuntarily.

WRB Automatic Metal

WRB First Edition Metal © RALF TECH


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In 1996, professional diver Frank Huyghe created the RALF TECH brand: diving suits, buoyancy compensators, regulators, masks, etc. In 2003, on the strength of his personal experience, he designed a watch that could withstand the enormous pressures of the ocean depths and beat the World Record of deep diving. This was the RALF TECH WR1.

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