We saw the teasers, here's the final product. It has a 41.5mm bronze case and utilizes the SW200 movement (an ETA 2824-2 clone). It is water resistant to 300m, which is more than acceptable. The best part of the watch is the design. I can't find a problem with it. You can find all of the info (and versions) on the Archimede website.
Expect the same specs, a 41.5mm case, SW200 or 2824 (although this is far less likely, why else would they use an SW200 movement if they could get a 2824) movement, awesome quality but in a new BRONZE case. We have seen bronze as a current trend and adapting to meet new markets is a smart decision by Archimede. The company better get ready for some serious sales!
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