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    Yes Steinhart will release 39mm models

    A little gift for you guys that have been waiting with me for smallers models.
    I asked for 38mm models and for homage to the oyster perpetual.
    Their answer is atached bellow.
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    Re: Yes Steinhart will release 39mm models

    Is the Ocean One Titanium 500 included in this new line up?

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    Re: Yes Steinhart will release 39mm models

    Hi 600 and Welcome to the Steinhart Forum -

    As far I know, there hasn't been any real information released about what models will be made in 39mm. (It took them forever just to confirm that they were going to even make some) A lot of speculation and high hopes for some Oceans and GMT's, but ZERO conformation. Unless I've missed it, I would welcome a correction from someone with some insight with Steinhart. But I'm also sure those people, if they exist on this site, have been sworn to secrecy too...

    We just have to suck it up and wait. Last to know, first to go.... buy a few..!!!



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    Re: Yes Steinhart will release 39mm models

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    Is the Ocean One Titanium 500 included in this new line up?
    I hope so. And now with a top grade movement.

    And with top grade I mean really a top grade :D
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    Re: Yes Steinhart will release 39mm models

    Ugh, and I just sold my OVM1.0 to fund my new Submariner purchase! I would love to have one of their bronze watches in 39mm.
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    Top grade? You mean Elabore right?

    At first they said Top Grade, but then again on their website it says Elabore.

    The Titan 500 seriously packs a shitload of value for the money! I have yet to see a watch with this amount of value for the money.

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    By the way their OVM line confuses me a bit. Maybe someone can chime in here.

    OVM comes in 1.0, 2.0 and 2.5 versions. But according to the official website designations like "1.0", "2.0" and "2.5" is not at all used. So which model is available for sale at this moment? And what color dial is it?

    I know there are black, dark grey and light grey but its hard to tell the exact color from a website.

    Also, the movment inside OVM is the 2824-2 Elabore. Anyone know if Steinhart got Incabloc in them or standard Etachoc shock system?

    I just picked up the Titan 500 and would also like to pick up the OVM but the light grey dial and the Incabloc vs Etachoc keeps me in doubt at the moment. Hope you guys can help as Steinhart is very slow with email responses.

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    600 -

    In my humble opinion, the only way to go is the V1 with the black dial. The grey dials just don't cut it. I cant comment on the specifics of movements all have worked well, but the black dial really is the best looking watch to me...



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    Re: Yes Steinhart will release 39mm models

    Quote Originally Posted by 600 View Post
    By the way their OVM line confuses me a bit. Maybe someone can chime in here.

    OVM comes in 1.0, 2.0 and 2.5 versions. But according to the official website designations like "1.0", "2.0" and "2.5" is not at all used. So which model is available for sale at this moment? And what color dial is it?

    I know there are black, dark grey and light grey but its hard to tell the exact color from a website.

    Also, the movment inside OVM is the 2824-2 Elabore. Anyone know if Steinhart got Incabloc in them or standard Etachoc shock system?

    I just picked up the Titan 500 and would also like to pick up the OVM but the light grey dial and the Incabloc vs Etachoc keeps me in doubt at the moment. Hope you guys can help as Steinhart is very slow with email responses.
    Vendor in Asia called Gnomon commissioned exclusively the OVM 2.5 as a limited Edition.
    Steinhart is presumably selling the 2.0.

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    Well the black dial do look most impressive. It has such a vivid overall look compared to the dull greyish look.

    So what version is the black one? 1.0 or 2.0 or 2.5?

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