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The Sinn Replica Deep Three is a third generation of Sinn Replica divers equipped with a mechanical depth gauge for measurements down to a maximum of 50 meters. IW355701, the third generation Sinn Replica diver, is equipped with a mechanical gauge to measure depths down to a maximum of 50 meters. The watch is made of titanium, and it features the same new rotating bezel as the Sinn Replica models.

The Sinn Replica Automatic 2000 is designed for extreme depths. The IW358002 is designed for extreme depths.

The water-resistant depth of this exquisite diver's watch is a staggering 2,000 meters (Replica Watches). This watch was inspired by Sinn Replica's iconic Ocean 2000 model, designed by Ferdinand A. Porsche back in 1982. This diving tool is not only able to withstand high pressures but it also features the robust and flawless caliber 80110, which was manufactured in-house. It has a Pellaton system for winding. The case is made of titanium and measures 45mm.

Swiss watchmaker also launches special editions to support the work of Charles Darwin Foundation and Cousteau Society. Three special editions of the Sinn Replica Chronograph are being produced to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Charles Darwin Research Station.

Sinn Replica Chronograph Edition “Galapagos Islands" (ref. IW379504), and the Sinn Replica Chronograph "Galapagos Islands Edition" (ref. IW379502 is powered by the caliber 89365, which was manufactured in-house. The first will be released in a limited quantity of only 500 pieces. Both are decorated with black rubber.

The third model, the Sinn Replica Chronograph Edition “Expedition Charles Darwin” (ref. IW379503, which pays tribute to Darwin's trip to the Galapagos islands where he collected evidence that became the basis for his theory of the origin of species. Breitling Replica has used bronze in a watch case for the first time. At that time, this metal alloy was one of the most common materials used in shipbuilding. This special edition watch is also powered by caliber 89365.

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