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The Oceanic Dive Watch by Thomas Gref

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Oceanic - black arabic dial

Oceanic - blue arabic dial

Oceanic - red arabic dial


Oceanic - black 'Geo' dial    

Oceanic - orange 'Geo' dial


Oceanic - clear back

Oceanic - solid back


Oceanic - side view

Oceanic - buckle


The Oceanic is an impressive 300 meter dive watch with a unique style.  The stainless steel case measures 42mm in diameter and is 13mm thick.  The top-quality bracelet features solid links, solid endpieces (20mm), and a foldover clasp.  The bracelet is adjusted using screw links (not pins).  The unidirectional bezel is made from solid stainless steel with the numbers and markers permanently etched into the surface.  Both top and back crystals are sapphire.

The Oceanic is available in many different options.  In total, five dials are available, all of which use Superluminova.  The 'arabic' dial is available in black, blue, and dark red.  This 'arabic' dial is fairly complex, because it is made from 14 separate pieces (the base, 12 applied hour markers, and the white applied ring for the minute track).  The 'Geo' dial is available in black and orange.

Two casebacks are available, either the solid or display back as shown.  

The automatic movement is a Swiss-made ETA 2824-2, which features 25 jewels, 28,800 BPH (beats per hour), hacking, and a quickset date. This particular movement is one of the highest grades of the ETA 2824-2 .  The movement has a durable rhodium finish and is highly decorated with perlage on the main plates, and geneva stripes on the rotor. The power reserve is 40 hours.  To learn more about this movement, click here to see the 'Movement' page.

These watches carry a one-year warranty.  All Thomas Gref watches come with a 5 day money back guarantee.

Price: $11

To place an order, please call 520-818-3382.  PayPal, Visa, and MasterCard accepted.
Add $15 for shipping via Insured Priority US Mail.



Because many people are interested in how watches are designed and produced, I wrote the following article which describes how I created the Oceanic dive watch.  Follow the link below to read this article.

Article:  How to Design and Build a Custom Watch

Thomas Gref   -   AWI Certified Master Watchmaker   -   BS Mechanical Engineering

PO Box 69151   -   Tucson, AZ  85737   -   USA   -   ph 520.818.3382