Let Me Tell You, You Still Need To Conquer The Ocean …

Unlike the endless sky that humans yearn for, the ocean is always delusional to conquer it. The vast ocean is not only vast and bottomless, but it seems impossible to truly conquer the ocean. On the road of researching professional marine timepieces, the Athens watch has gone through 170 years. Perhaps you have conquered the ocean, and you are just a member of the ‘general general’ who can point you in the direction. Combining sailing and elegance perfectly, and interpreting the interesting collision between modern and classic, the Athens Sailing Series reinterprets the charm of the ocean for the world.
Athens Marine Series 1133-210 / E3

Model: 1133-210 / E3
Watch diameter: 43 mm
Movement type: automatic
Movement model: UN-113
Case material: Stainless steel
Water resistance: 100 meters
Case material: Stainless steel
Watch details: yadian / 54243 /
Watch Reviews: The Marine Series 1133-210 / E3 watch, which combines both precision mechanical watchmaking skills and superb artistic accomplishments, has attracted the attention of many people. The dark blue dial is made of large open flame enamel, and the unique ripple pattern reminds you of the ocean. At the same time, in order to fit the overall design style, the design of Roman numerals and retro hour hands is also very clever. The 12 o’clock position is equipped with a power reserve display, which echoes the 6 o’clock small seconds dial. The small second dial is also cleverly equipped with a round date display window. While improving the daily practical performance of the user, The symmetrical balance of the dial design is guaranteed.
Athens Marine Series 1283-181 / E0

Product model: 1283-181 / E0
Watch diameter: 43 mm
Movement type: automatic
Movement model: UN-128
Case material: Stainless steel
Water resistance: 100 meters
Watch details: yadian / 54237 /
Watch comments: Early sailing in our impressions should have been rude and unruly. In the movie ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’, Captain Jack led the crew to conquer the sea. But the Athens Marine watch has changed this inherent impression, making sailing more elegant. This 1283-181 / E0 watch is designed with a white enamel dial and a tourbillon dial with a strong sense of presence. Today, the tourbillon is regarded as the highest watchmaking skill. The design of black Roman numerals and black-coated hour hands against the white enamel dial, coupled with a soft and skin-friendly black leather strap, sails the ship on the ocean, overlooking the edge of the ocean, elegant sailing gentleman The image jumped out of sight.
Athens Sailing Series 1553-155-3 / 43

Model: 1553-155-3 / 43
Watch diameter: 44 mm
Movement type: automatic
Movement model: UN-155
Case material: Stainless steel
Water resistance: 100 meters
Watch details: yadian / 54232 /
Watch comment: Compared to the previous elegant sailing series, this Athens sailing series is completely different from the first two. On this watch, we see the insurmountable creativity and imagination of the Athens watch. The 44 mm stainless steel case is inlaid with rubber material, which is different from other watches in terms of shape. And the combination of stainless steel and rubber not only exists in the design of the case, this design also extends to the design of the strap. The sailboat chronograph stopwatch function in the dial, the yellow minute countdown scale pointed by the arrow is clear and easy to read. The movement has a 72-hour power reserve function to ensure that you don’t have to worry about insufficient power during long voyages.

Summary: The invention of the ocean timer provided the possibility for people to conquer more distant waters, thus advancing the history of human development. Today, the Athens Marine series watches also show us a variety of expressions of marine culture and marine series watches. If you also like the sea, if you also yearn for the ocean, I think you can really have an Athens Marine series watches, it can bring you more possibilities, maybe it can become your witness to conquer the ocean?