Helson as a company appears to be relatively new, but reviews on their other models seem largely positive. And by going through their site, you can tell they definitely have some interesting (and affordable) variations on the “common” dive watch.Unfortunately, when it comes to this bronze beauty, there’s really not a lot of information available.
- Movement: ETA 2824-2
- Case: Bronze (case back and crown are titanium)
- Dial: brown or black
- Lumed aluminum inlay bezel
- 24 mm band
I was able to find other pictures of the watch online, and the brown dial really is a killer look with the bronze case – and I can imagine that it’s only something that would get better with time. So, there you have it – at least two different watch options for you if you’re inclined to go for the bronze.
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