October 1, 2022
October 2022 is here at last, and as fall temperatures begin to drop it’s the perfect time to find a new go-anywhere, do-anything dive watch for autumnal adventure at sea or on land. The aBlogtoWatch team and Delma are here to help with our latest giveaway. One winning aBlogtoWatch community member will receive this bold, rugged limited edition Delma Quattro dive watch, with heavy-duty construction and a unique bayonet lug system that allows the watch head to be removed and mounted on an included aluminum decompression chart for tracking crucial diving telemetry.
The Delma Quattro immediately stands out from run-of-the-mill dive watch designs with its bold, symmetrical 44mm-wide stainless steel case. The Quattro’s instantly recognizable ridged dive bezel is designed for easy grip and operation, even while wearing heavy diving gloves, and the lumed dive insert uses a series of circular markers rather than numerals for easier reading in poor visibility conditions. Both the 3 o’clock crown and the 9 o’clock helium escape valve sit fully flush with the rounded case sides for a smooth, symmetrical look, but the Delma Quattro’s most unique feature sits at 7 o’clock. Once this flush lever is lifted and pulled, the central watch head can be rotated and fully removed from both the bracelet and the short, athletic lugs, allowing the watch to be mounted to the included waterproof decompression table to easily time the decompression stops crucial in avoiding “the bends” after prolonged scuba diving. Delma also fits the Quattro with a sapphire display caseback, and rates the watch for a massive 500 meters of water resistance.
Delma takes a bold, function-forward approach to the dial of the Quattro. The matte black dial surface, rounded diver style indices, and color-coded white and orange straight sword handset all work to form an ultra-legible layout, with a generous application of lume for high visibility even in low light conditions. The use of orange Arabic numerals for the outer minutes track gives the design a pop of vibrant personality as well, while the 3 o’clock dial-matched date window offers valuable functionality for daily wear.
Delma powers the Quattro with the dependable Sellita SW200-1 automatic movement. The SW200-1 is a mainstay of the luxury watch industry for a reason, and this durable powerplant offers easy serviceability as well as a dependable 38 hour power reserve at a 28,800 bph beat rate. Delma completes the Quattro with a pair of included strap options. The first of these is a classic three-link oyster style bracelet in stainless steel, and for more relaxed occasions wearers can swap to the textured black rubber strap. MSRP for the Delma Quattro is $2,390 USD.
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Good luck, and thanks to Delma, sponsor of the Delma Quattro watch giveaway on aBlogtoWatch!