Vittorio Veneto was the second member of the Littorio-class battleship that served in the Italian Regia Marina (Royal Navy)during World War II. The ship's keel was laid down in
October 1934, launched in July 1937, and readied for service with the Italian fleet by August 1940.
Limited to 150 pieces
Case diameter: 42 mm excluding the crown - lug to lug 50 mm
Movement: Seiko NH35 automatic
Case material: Tin Phosphor Bronze for heavy-duty applications
Crown: Tin Phosphor Bronze screw down crown 9 mm
Crystal: AR Sapphire single Domed 3.5mm thick
Dial: 32mm diameter grained Enamel with printed Swiss Super Luminova C3 lume .
Water-resistance: 200 meters / 660 feet / 20 ATM
Case back: Stainless Steel
Strap: 22mm brown leather 3.5 mm thick. Screw lug bars.
Buckle: Tin Bronze Buckle
Shock resistance: Shock-absorber device for balance staff
All Pre-orders get an extra zulu strap with brass buckle.
Veneto Bronze Metallurgy
Veneto Phosphor bronze is an alloy of copper (90.5%Cu), tin and phosphorus. The tin increases the corrosion resistance and strength of the alloy. The phosphorus increases the wear resistance and
stiffness of the alloy. These alloys are notable for their toughness, strength, low coefficient of friction, and fine grain.
*Veneto will ship on August 6 2018