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Adventure Seekers Rejoice!

For all the adventure seekers and watch lovers, Carl F. Bucherer returns with the all new Patravi ScubaTec Black

After the success of the Black Manta Special Edition released last year, the Lucerne-based Swiss watch brand welcomes a new member to their sport family – Patravi ScubaTec Black. A true action hero, the watch is striking, powerful, resilient and features an all-black stealth look that is fascinating to say the least. Ready for any adventure with its 500m water resistance and COSC precision, the Carl F. Bucherer Patravi ScubaTec Black is dedicated to accompany you above and underwater.

Inspired by the Black Manta Edition, the Patravi ScubaTec Black is crafted in a 44mm titanium case with a matte black DLC coating with scratch-resistant ceramic unidirectional rotating bezel with luminous markers. The black dial is finely structured with black indices filled with Super-LumiNova that gives off a blue colour. Keeping it simple with a date-window at 3 o' clock and luminous hour, minute and seconds hands, the timepiece is a work of art.

Ideal for underwater adventures, the watch has a water resistance of 500 meters and is reliably powered by the CFB 1950.1 caliber automatic COSC certified movement with a power reserve of 38 hours.

In terms if aesthetics, there is no doubt that the 2020 Black edition rings true to the Black Manta Special Edition released a while back. But apart from the striking looks, the 2020 Black Edition (like the Black Manta) is also dedicated to protecting the oceans and to the brand's partnership with the Manta Trust charitable organisation. This support is expressed in the watch through the black rubber strap with fabric that is made of 100% recycled plastic bottle removed from the ocean. In addition to this, the watch is also available in a black rubber strap too.

The 2020 Carl F. Bucherer Patravi ScubaTec Black Edition will be available exclusively at Ethos Watch Boutiques by April, 2020

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