Raising over $170,000USD on Kickstarter and reaching our goal in 7 minutes, the Revelot Hexmariner is back by popular demand in perfect pint size of 39MM.
Imagine the iconic Submariner facelifted with chamfers and hexes packed with quality workhouse materials at a bargain.
While maintaining the silhouette of the Sub, we transformed the overall case and bracelet to something more angular and edgy by introducing chamfers and hexes giving an industrial edge to the iconic profile.
With brush & polish metal finishes thrown into the final detail, the industrial effect has now taken a leap into elegance. Just like diamonds with multiple facets reflecting light giving it shine and sparkles, the Hexmariner does the same. And to top it off, a unidirectional ceramic bezel with C3/BGW9 Swiss made Super-luminova with an anti-reflective sapphire glass (no cyclops) added to complete the look.
The New Hexmariner 39 now with a more compact profile flexing new color plays and a new logo etching on the rehaut instead of hour numeric markers.
The Hexmariner 39 comes with 200M water resist with double o-rings on the screw lock crown. Sandwiched sapphire glass on both ends for better water resist as well. It is a casual diver suitable for swimming, snorkeling or some leisure diving.
The new Bracelet features a 5 hole micro-adjustment buckle with milled clasp for improved adjustments. Rosegold and gold bi-color options are now available on the Hexmariner 39MM.
To keep the price attainable for everyone, the Hexmariner is powered with a workhorse Seiko NH35 with date, running at 21,600 bph (beats per hour). Its easy to source, repair and service for product longevity.
The Hexmariner comes with a decorated exhibition sapphire glass caseback to seal the deal. Some might frown upon this but we chose an exhibition caseback over a solid caseback because the Hexmariner is meant to be a dress styled dive watch with a playful temper.
Spilling over to the hands and dial, a sturdy chamfered sword shaped hands with mirror polish on the side and brush on top with a generous dash of Swiss Super-Luminova. Same for the Indexes in order to match the drapes; hex shaped chamfered blocks filled with C3 or BGW9 and the latest addition, Swiss Old Radium lume.
Now comes the dial, with so much going on the case, there’s just no way to settle for a plain flat dial like the Sub, playing along with the idea of hexagon shapes, we came up with the embossed Crystal Star pattern which sat really well with the overall design, and for a premium alternative; Muonionalusta meteorite dial from northern Scandinavia now also available in IP plated blue on the Azure Meteorite variant.